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Marina, I'm so glad you enjoyed the puzzle! I hope that your eyes are feeling much better now :-)


Lovely Depression glassware. My mom had a lot of these in pink and green.


Jan, I'm so happy that this brought back such good memories. Thank you :-)

Iris, thanks for enjoying my puzzle :-)




My Mother had Depression glass butter dish and sugar bowls, so good memories thank you☺♥


Jan, thank you for the info! The only depression glass I've seen is pink, and I didn't know that it came in so many colors. Have you ever posted pictures of yours? I'd love to see them! :-)


Bekka the dish is definitely Depression Glass but not so sure about the other two pieces, but they are fabulous. I have green, blue and pink, as well as lot of amber and clear Depression Glass. Perfect for the theme.
Thanks and hugs. ♥


Wendy, thank you! I'm so pleased that you enjoyed this puzzle :-)


These are so beautiful. - Wendy


OK, thanks, Nev :-)


Rebekka, we had Depression glass here in pink, also. Both colours. But green was the most common, as my mother had several pieces too. From memory, I think yellow was another colour as well. Our Aussie "specialist" in this field, here on Jigidi, is Janet (jan42ful), as she is a collector. And the one to ask about this particular subject. ♥♥♥


Nev, I've seen some Depression glass here, but it was pink. That's interesting that it would be two different colors in two different countries.


Rebekka, here in Oz we have green glass very similar to your items here. It is called "Depression glass" because they started making it in the 1930s, and it is now highly collectible. Depression glass was cheap and affordable in the 1940s/50s, but hard to find now, and consequently very, very expensive. ♥♥♥

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