I fell in love with Depression glass as a little girl. My mom would sometimes serve chocolate pudding in her green Depression glass sherbet dishes, and I always felt so fancy whenever she used them. Over time, I have built up my collection, and I love creating new memories with my family by using some of my pieces for special occasions. In the 1930s, American glass companies created colorful glassware that was sold in five and dimes, and used by companies as an incentive for people to use their products. I love to imagine a woman opening up a box of detergent and finding a beautiful piece of glass. In hard times, it can be a struggle to find beauty and joy, and I love that Depression glass brought a little beauty to the world. I hope Reflections captures the spirit of finding beauty in simple things.
This print is Dancing Bouquets in Parchment and features small scale red and navy blue flowers over a white background.
Designer: Lauren Brewer
Manufacturer: Riley Blake Designs
Material: 100% Cotton