My permanent shopping list makes shopping for vintage dishes easy.
Shopping for vintage at the holiday season? Get organized to better enjoy the thrill of the hunt!
I have favorite vintage dishes and glass items I’m always searching for. And I keep a small notebook that’s my “permanent shopping list” to keep track of them.
The notebook helps me as a place to record what I have, and the particular piece types and patterns I want to collect.
My list is organized by pattern, but I can also see having it by piece type, depending on how many patterns . . . → Read More: Shop Vintage Dinnerware All Year Round
Time to bring out the Thanksgiving dishes, like vintage amber glassware.
This Tiara amber honey box is from the 1970s, when Harvest Gold was a popular fashion color, in glassware, cookware and even appliances.
In a modern table setting, the warm color complements more contemporary dinnerware patterns.
And we love the bee motif, too.
One or a few pieces can add to your centerpiece or buffet decoration, for Thanksgiving or other winter holidays.
These Tiara glass serving pieces are not terribly common, but if you shop year round for your vintage dinnerware and glassware, they are available in . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving is Coming – Tiara Honey Box
We were out and about last week, and found this classy glass decanter and matching tray in the Bicentennial Blue color, Sandwich pattern, by Tiara.
Tiara was sold at home parties, and made by Indiana Glass in Dunkirk, Indiana. One of its most extensively made patterns was No. 170, called Sandwich or Early American.
This pattern harkens back to the early glass makers in Sandwich, Mass. The pattern has stylized flowers and swirls and is quite charming. The Tiara ware is properly called Sandwich Pattern, vs. Sandwich Glass, for the glassware made by companies in and around Sandwich, Mass.
. . . → Read More: Rare Tiara Decanter in Blue – Estate Find