Saturday, May 1, 2010

Pink Saturday Pinks

Happy Pink Saturday!!!!!!!!!

Is it like winter at your house, it sure is around here. We had snow yesterday, thru this morning, nothing stuck though. Now the wind is blowing and it is cold, we have the wood stove going once again.

My Pinks today are...a beautiful dish that belonged to my Grandma Hardwick
, can you see the sweet birds on the edge of the bowl. I don't know anything about it as far a design is concerned. All I know is I love it and it is very special because it was my grandma's.


















This next piece is one I could not resist at one of the antique shops I loved to visit at our old location. It is not is perfect condition, but that is ok, I love it anyway. I don't know this pattern either, but then again, I have not researched it.


















I hope you have enjoyed these Pinks for more Pink posts visit Beverly @ How Sweet the Sound
Thank you Bev for hosting us each week, we love our Pink.

15 comments:

Herself said...

Gail, how fun! I just posted the last of our vacation posts and have some little pink tea cups and saucers in depression glass shown in the garden! What lovely treasures from your grandma! Beautiful!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

WOWZA!! What pink beauties you have!! It is going to hit 80 here today after we had frost in the beginning of the week! Go figure!!
HPS!!
Debbie

Mary said...

Beautiful pink glass, Gail. You're so lucky to have your grandmother's bowl. Happy PS~

Lisa said...

Oh Pink glass makes me swoon!!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Hugs, Lisa

She'sSewPretty said...

Your pink depression glass is gorgeous! Happy Pink Saturday!

Susie Jefferson said...

I love your Granny Hardwick piece - the birds are adorable.

Happy Pink Saturday!

© Jennifer Raley said...

Good AFternoon and Happy Pink Sat. Where are you? We've been hot/humid a few days here and it's just spring pleasant outside. Too bad we can't send it your way! Love you dishes. I have a plate similar to yours -it's got scalloped edges, no gold or embossing - and is a blue-green. My grandmother always served pecan pralines on it at Christmas. I have it stored on its edge in my hutch and have to watch out for the handle! Like you, I love these things from my family! THanks, Jenn

Kelee said...

I love--especially the dish from your grandmother.It is so pretty!

Thank-you Gail for your kindness--always! And Colette thanks you as well!

Mumsy said...

Those are real treasure! I love see old dishes like your grandma's, and you have a great find too!

Embellished Bayou said...

What special pieces, love the pink glass!

Sherry from Alabama said...

Wow, I can't believe you're still getting snow! We've had a few cool nights lately but it's been very muggy the last couple of days. I love your pinks! Thank you visiting me this weekend.

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

joey said...

hello, what lovely pink pieces. How wonderful to have your grandma's precious treasures.
love and hugs, joey

Teena said...

thanks for sharing your special pink glassware, they are very pretty! I'm feeling chilly this morning myself, but I would safely say not as cold as you! Hope it warms up soon for you there <3

Linda said...

A late Happy Pink Saturday. Your pink dishes are treasure from your grandma, they are beeautiful

Natasha said...

These are such lovely pink treasures! I have enjoyed seeing them and reading about your snowy weather! What a difference to our mild winters here in Brisbane, Australia!

Thanks so much for visiting and for your sweet comment.

Best wishes,
Natasha.