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A Pretty Sea Blue

Posted by marquest z5 PA (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 17, 12 at 11:29

In my blue glass search I have discovered that there is blue and there is OMG Blue. When I saw this blue in the thrift store it really spoke to me. It is such a sea color blue the pic does not do it justice.

When you search for glass do you see a certain color and it really screams buy me Quick!!!!??? lol

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All colors of glass scream at me!
Some more than other tho'.
And blue IS special!


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Very pretty, of course the canister would go in my kitchen!! I like the deep blues too! Nice grouping there! Jan


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Very pretty collection.
Kathy


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I love that color blue. It was popular 100 years ago I think, but you never see any glass items today made in that shade. I have a pressed glass crescent-shaped dish that is supposed to be a canoe, just like one my Grandma had that I always hoped to have one day. I found mine on ebay. Also I have a beautiful blown glass pitcher in the same shade of blue that my grandma gave to me. They're both treasures to me.

I love your whole collection. Very pretty.


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Beautiful blue!! Nice gathering. I'll be anxious to see what you do with it. Jlily


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Those are soooo pretty. I love all shades of blue.


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Oh yes! LOVE that color of blue and I sure know what you mean about certain colors calling to you. Way to go...you made a great score!


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Thank you all for looking. I am going to mix it with clear crystal for totems. Blue is a color in the garden that everyone loves to see. It is like chasing the elusive true blue flower.


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