I've never really been an antique person.
However, a few years ago I stumbled across Mr. Eddie Ross.
If you don't know who I'm talking about, click here for his bio
and take a glance at his fantastic work.
After seeing how beautiful 'select' antiques
can be paired with modern furnishings and decor.....I'm now an antique shopper.
His centerpieces and tablescapes made me wonder why
I hadn't broadened my shopping horizons before now.
I had a milk glass pedestal bowl from my grandmother
and loved it. It sparked my interest to get some more pieces and
expand my collection.
I adore milk glass. It's timeless, beautiful, easily found, versatile,
and very affordable.
|This Christmas, I added some gold and silver glass ornaments to them.|
|After my MIL found out I was on the milk glass hunt,|
she gave me this gorgeous hobnail Fenton footed bowl
for my birthday this year.
I've been using it as a jewelry bowl in my bedroom
|I love the ruffle edge detail.|
|Here's another piece she gave me for Christmas this year.|
|Here's a vase I picked up the same day I scored the pedestal bowl.|
I didn't have a vase this size or shape and loved it.
I could't pass it up for $4.