During the Month of November I have been sharing my Collections from the Acorn China Cabinet. If you have been following along you know that the China Cabinet is part of my Dining Room furniture and was a Twenty-fifth Wedding Anniversary Gift from HiHoney. It's all in the Series of Posts that follow this one if you want to check them out later. For Pink Saturday, I'm continuing what I started yesterday by showing some more my EAPC Collection....the Flower Vases!
I'm using them to show off the last roses from my Rose Bushes. I've said that several times since the last ones were suppose to be done back in September.
Well, here it is November and those Pink Roses are still blooming like it's May! Mother Nature has sure had her Pink Panties in a Wad this year! I've given up on trying to predict Texas weather.
I've also brought out the Month of November Birthday Angel from that collection to help celebrate the November Rose Parade and Pink Saturday.
A little information on the EAPC Vases. They were made by Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation from 1960 to 1999 and come in the two sizes I used for the Pink Roses.
These two sizes are fairly easy to find in Thrift and Antique Shops and are among the least expensive pieces in the 700 Line of Star EAPC pieces. The 10 inch vase is listed at $12 and the 81/2 inch one for $7. The smaller one is the only piece that is still being made today by Anchor Hocking for the Floral Industry.
I guess you have figured out by now that this post is REALLLLY All about the PINK ROSES!
Please stop by How Sweet The Sound and see what Pinkness Beverly has for this November Pink Saturday.
You know that's where the LIST of PINKIE Participants can be found as well. So be sure and check out the Newbies, the Featured Pinkies and all the Pinkies on the List!
Last week I visited a Featured Blog Mille Fiori Favoriti. Listen Ya'll, I've never been to New York City and if I ever get to go, I'm callin' Pat to see if she'll be my Guide. Her beautiful Blog is all about New York City and chocked full of fabulous Photographs by Pat. Go There...It's a Trip...I've been to New York City everday this past week....via Mille Fiori Favoriti...I can't pronounce that with my Texas accent....good thing I can type in Italian!