Isn't child labor great!The pink is most likely depression glass. To get an idea of the value, go to ebay and do a search on pink depression glass. I think you will be surprised at what you find.
Time with the grandloves is always an exhausting reward.Your pink dishes are pink depression glass, of which I also have several pieces. Do look them up as Deanna suggests...they have some value.I love the glass caddy and your 1950's glasses or earlier. And the silver trimmed glass is from the late 50-60's...Mom has some. They too, you should be able to find on ebay. Good luck with the auction.Have a Great Week
Ah, yes... child labor. My husband is thrilled because in a few more years, he'll never have to mow the lawn again. I have no idea what your treasures are, but the pink dish is beautiful!
Now, Gma... I hope you didn't work 'em too hard.. lol. They are too cute! I know nothing about those treasures, but I do love the colorful glasses. Good luck!
Oh,my, I cannot imagine what I would do with 3 kids for a whole weekend! (You can tell I have no grandchildren!) It looks like you had a lot of fun.Good luck on the auction. I am hoping to see pictures and get all the details of how it went. :)
How nice that you took on those little bundle of loves, my Mom just tells me know and my Dad will say yes he's the softie!! I love your glasses very mid-century. Your best bet is referance books at the library.
They look so intent on their labor! I turned the girls loose on some green beans and they snapped half the bean off :( I guess they need more practice!
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