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Turquoise Milk Glass Compote with Lid / Blue Hobnail Candy Dish Pedestal / Vintage Pastel Pedestal / Wedding Dessert Buffet Bar Candy Bar by RocheStudioVintage on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/188992353/turquoise-milk-glass-compote-with-lid

Turquoise Milk Glass Compote with Lid / Blue Hobnail Candy Dish Pedestal / Vintage Pastel Pedestal / Wedding Dessert Buffet Bar Candy Bar

Turquoise Milk Glass Compote with Lid / Blue Hobnail Candy Dish Pedestal / Vintage Pastel Pedestal / Wedding Dessert Buffet Bar Candy Bar by RocheStudioVintage on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/188992353/turquoise-milk-glass-compote-with-lid

Turquoise Blue Milk Glass Compote Footed by BarkingSandsVintage

Turquoise Blue Milk Glass Compote Footed Bowl by Fenton, 1950s

Vintage | Pyrex | I have never seen these cuties before, but now that I know they exist ... I will be on the look-out!

Vintage | Pyrex | I have never seen these cuties before, but now that I know they exist ... I will be on the look-out!

Here's a treasure: Fenton turquoise blue hobnail cake stand by BarkingSandsVintage on Etsy. This cake stand is in the turquoise version of milk glass produced by Fenton between 1955 and 1958.

Fenton Turquoise Blue Hobnail Milk Glass Cake Stand, 1950s Wedding Cake Plate

Here's a treasure: Fenton turquoise blue hobnail cake stand by BarkingSandsVintage on Etsy. This cake stand is in the turquoise version of milk glass produced by Fenton between 1955 and 1958.

Turquoise Blue Hobnail Milk Glass Vase by Fenton - Large. $110.00, via Etsy.

Vintage Turquoise Blue Hobnail Milk Glass Vase by Fenton - Large Round 1950s - Wedding Decor

Turquoise Blue Hobnail Milk Glass Vase by Fenton - Large. $110.00, via Etsy.

Turquoise Blue Hobnail Milk Glass Candy by BarkingSandsVintage

Turquoise Blue Hobnail Milk Glass Candy Dish by Fenton, 1950s Pastel Covered Box

Turquoise Blue Hobnail Milk Glass Vase by Fenton!  Hobnail glassware gets its name from the studs, or round projections, on the surface of the glass. These studs were thought to resemble the impressions made by hobnails, a type of large-headed nail used in bootmaking.  Fenton Art Glass introduced Hobnail Glass in translucent colors in 1939 & Milk Glass Hobnail in 1950

Vintage Turquoise Blue Hobnail Milk Glass Vase by Fenton - Large Round 1950s - Wedding Decor

Turquoise Blue Hobnail Milk Glass Vase by Fenton! Hobnail glassware gets its name from the studs, or round projections, on the surface of the glass. These studs were thought to resemble the impressions made by hobnails, a type of large-headed nail used in bootmaking. Fenton Art Glass introduced Hobnail Glass in translucent colors in 1939 & Milk Glass Hobnail in 1950

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