It’s finally that time again! This Saturday will be my first market of the season, and since I haven’t had a show in like three months I have so much new stuff to share. But first, the layout has changed a bit from last year, although I’m happy to say that I have a corner booth (perfect for my preferred layout) that is near where you could find me last year.
I’m still on the northwest side of the building, just a little further from the centre doors.
Since this is the March market and hence the one closest to Saint Patrick’s Day, I thought I’d showcase some of my green pieces.
These stacking Pyrex mixing bowls are from the 1980’s; this style remains a pretty constant favourite.
These Hazel-Atlas bowls have a lovely green ivy print.
This rather large oval casserole dish is from the 1972-1978 Pyrex Spring Blossom Green collection.
This is my most vibrantly green piece — although it’s only this bright under UV light. Granted, it’s still a lovely green otherwise. It’s Depression glass; this type is also known as uranium glass because a tiny bit of uranium in the mix is what gives it its colour. It’s also known as Vaseline glass in some places, but while all uranium glass may be called Vaseline glass due to its colour, all Vaseline glass may not be called uranium glass because it doesn’t all contain uranium. Don’t worry, there’s not enough uranium there for it to be dangerous; it’s no worse than eating a banana.
Hope to see you at 613flea!