The 'Once In A Lifetime' event of Winter Solstice and the Lunar Eclipse coinciding for the first time since 1638 on December 21, 2010
had this Texas Gal looking at the Night Sky and the Acorn China Cabinet.
I decided to let the Professional Photographers Shoot the NightSky Moon.
Lunar Eclipse 2010: See What You Slept Through
Moon and Stars Glassware has been in production since the late 1800's. Started by Adams & Company in 1874...continued by LG Wright Company from 1930-1999 and LE Smith Company from the 1940's-2004...and currently produced by the Weisher Company since the 1980's. You can read about the History of Moon and Stars at The Official Moon and Stars Glass Collectors Club Website.
Although, I've collected Moon and Stars in Amber, Green, Clear and Red this color Blue is my favorite.
Besides the pieces featured here, I have the Complete Canister Set.
The next Winter Solstice Lunar Eclipse is predicted for December 21, 2094!!!!
I thought I'd better get a few shots of my own to remember:
Who What & Where I was on December 21, 2010....
...and for posterity!
The moon was perfectly positioned in its passage, so that my daughter and I lay down on the floor and watched the eclipse through the skylights - lovely!ReplyDelete
These are beautiful Sue! That shade of blue is so lovely!ReplyDelete
I didn't get up to see the moon, sorry I didn't now that I see the pics. It looked spectacular!~Ames
Beautiful blue dishes! My favorite!!ReplyDelete
Great pictures of the moon! You will have to add them to your memory album so you can remember in the years to come that you got to see it!
Your blue moon and stars glassware is beautiful!! We had clouds, so no lunar eclipse was visible here. But two of my sisters (they live clear across the country from me) saw it.ReplyDelete
To my fellow Texas Blogging Gal, I hope your Christmas is filled with joy, peace, and love.ReplyDelete
Those are gorgeous. The dishes I mean. I showed hubby a picture and said that's what I want to look for. Thanks for the link to the club site. Not sure if it might be too collectible but maybe I'll have a lucky find. Take care sweetie.ReplyDelete
Wow, what pretty pieces! You are definitely the Collectin Texas Gal!ReplyDelete
My son stayed up to watch the lunar eclipse and he can't quit taking about how beautiful and magical it was.
hugs and Merry Christmas.
Lovin those blue dishes, they're gorgeous!!! I slept through the eclipse...but it was cloudy and rainy here so it probably didn't matter...Merry Christmas to you and yours!!!ReplyDelete
What gorgeous pieces! Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing the pics of the eclipse, I missed it :\ReplyDelete
Oh, I love the blue. I have few pieces of the green that my MIL gave me a year or so ago. I especially like the cake plate.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of the moon. We didn't see the eclipse. It was a cloudy night here.
Gorgeous pieces and I love that color. No seeing the solar eclipse for us, clouds...I won't make it to 2094!ReplyDelete
Your Moon and Stars Glass is Gorgeous. Nearly as gorgeous as the Moon we have been seeing. The sky has been amazing. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
MerryChristmas and BlessYourHeart
Just stopping by to wish you a wonderful Christmas and a Blessed New Year. My New Years resolution is to be a better blogger this year. We will see.ReplyDelete
Hi Sue! Great moon photos! Love the blue stuff, too! (BIG HUG!)ReplyDelete
I like anything blue so these dishes are truly delightful! My kids were out watching the moon while this mama was sleeping soundly in her warm bed! Hee Hee! AnneReplyDelete