|As much as I would love to share this recipe for the Italian onions, eggplant and pepper dish, I will have to consult with my daughter how she makes it and post the recipe.|
Westmoreland milk glass luncheon plates, platter, pasta bowl, and gravy boat. Yesterday, at Goodwill, they brought out a bunch of milk glass wares, that were brand new, never used, and must have been sitting around at whoever donated it, because they were still wrapped up in their original wrappings. It was a service for 12, from dinner plates, soup plates, all kinds of saucers, cups water pitchers, vases, you name it and they had it all. It was quite a field day, with people swarming around, and only the ones that appreciated their value bought some of thees items. I, once had a beautiful milk glass collection, and got rid of them all. Since I have traditional style furniture, these pieces will work very nicely. They are originally from about 1977, and kept packed for 33years, some one's wedding present, that was never used. I was able to get 6 luncheon plates, for about a dollar each, estimated at $25.00 apiece on an antique website. The large shallow bowl, and the serving platter, were about $6.99 selling at this same antique website, for about $100.00 each. The gravy boat, was $2.99 selling for about $45.00. The only thing I did regret is not getting the water pitcher, which would have been $4.99 selling for $55.00 at the antique website. This is very fortunate for me, because I do love this style, but did not think that I would start, another milk glass collection, again.