I was inspired to showcase some of my milk glass after a friend showed me her grandmother’s collection. It consisted of some sugar bowls, fruit-shaped dishes, a planter…it was all just so pretty. Milk glass is one of those classic pieces that doesn’t go out of style. It’s been around since the 16th century and became highly collectible during the 20th (of which these pieces are from). The first and third pictured below are made by E.O. Brody, Cleveland Ohio. He was an entrepreneur of his day and sold his milk glass in volume to buyers like FTD who then used them for their floral arrangements. The second and fourth pieces are not marked, but all are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. I think milk glass looks great grouped as a collection or individually. It would also make a great hostess or housewarming gift. Who wouldn’t love a piece of vintage glass showing off a plant or some flowers! Please call or email to purchase and I will deliver! 843-478-0706 or firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, thanks for taking the time to look!
An example of milk glass in a collection…modern art using vintage finds!