Re: [gardeners] There's no stove like an old stove . . .

Margaret Lauterbach (
Tue, 23 Jan 2001 11:00:27 -0700

At 10:52 AM 1/23/01 -0700, you wrote:
>Yepper, those are the ones!  It always surprises me the things we have or 
>have had
>that end up being a collectors item or antique.  I have a beautiful 
>carnival glass
>pitcher that my Granny gave me.  It has dahlia's on 3 sides, and then the 
>handle on
>the 4th side.  I picked up a carnival glass book at Bookmans the other 
>day, and
>after much searching found that pitcher.  It was appraised at $950!  Dang, 
>dang...that sure shocked me.  What's funnier, is, I would never sell 
>it.  It's from
>my Granny, and that makes it special, beyond what it is worth.  I do love 
>it when I
>get treasures like that though :)

Yep, and that was probably just pressed glass.  Cheap when it was new. 
Well, imagine how many of them were broken to make yours so 
valuable...Margaret L