Milk Glass Vases…

Have you ever been to Cobweb Antiques in Monroe?  All I can say, is ’Wow’ – it is one amazing store! Think DSW for shoes and you’ll understand what this store is for antiques!  If you are looking for something you just can’t find anywhere else, you most likely can find it there.  Although be prepared, you will have to search ~ inside the main store there is cabinets filled to the brim of fantastic antiques.  Outside there is a covered area with piles of stored antiques. An outbuilding filled with just about any chair possibly ever made and tables upon tables and furniture galore.  They are only open a few days a week, so you’ll you’ll want to check their store hours before going out to visit.

Recently I was in the store and found that their fabulous milk glass was all 50% off.  Lucky me….as I snatched up all of these sweet vases for less than $10.00. I plan to put them in my Guest Suite and when I have visitors, I will fill these vases with something fragrant from the garden! 


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allisamazing said…
What a great find!
Melanie said…
That is a great find! I like the look of milk glass too! You have me wanting to find this antique store in Alabama! Sounds like a great place to spend some time!!
Ricki Treleaven said…
I love milk glass, and I really wish I could find neat finds like this!
ANNE said…
What a pretty find!
Nice collection Tracie. I have a couple like yours and a bigger one that will hold a big bouquet.
I often see the small ones at garage sales, they've lost their appeal to the newer generation I guess.
chateau chic said…
Lucky you! They will make such a pretty display with the blooms from your garden. Can I come and be a guest??
Mary Alice
What a great deal -- I especially like the two on the right with the straight lines on them -- so pretty!
Candylei said…
So sweet! I have these bud vases too all they were all from a thrift shop as well. ;-)
Unknown said…
Milk Glass and white hobnail glass both are things I can't seem to walk away from!! Your vases are perfect and will be lovely with stems of beauty from the garden!

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