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Hobnail Milk Glass Lamp Shade

hobnail milk glass lamp shade

    milk glass

  • Semitranslucent glass, whitened by the addition of various ingredients
  • opal glass: a milky white translucent or opaque glass
  • Milk glass is an opaque or translucent, milky white or colored glass, blown or pressed into a wide variety of shapes. First made in Venice in the 16th century, colors include blue, pink, yellow, brown, black, and the white that leads to its popular name.
  • Gas pump globes made of milk-colored glass. Most early one-piece generic pump globes are made of milk glass.

    lamp shade

  • The shade serves the important function of blocking the glare from a light bulb and is usually the most decorative part of a lamp. The lamp shade can be made of glass, fabric, metal, or other more creative materials.
  • lampshade: a protective ornamental shade used to screen a light bulb from direct view
  • A cover for a lamp, used to soften or direct its light
  • A lampshade is a fixture that covers the lightbulb on a lamp to diffuse the light it emits. Conical, cylindrical and other forms on floor-, desk- or table top-mounted as well as suspended lamp models are the most common and are made in a wide range of materials.

    hobnail

  • A short heavy-headed nail used to reinforce the soles of boots
  • supply with hobnails
  • A blunt projection, esp. in cut or molded glassware
  • Outersole design with many small circles.
  • Glass decorated with such projections
  • a short nail with a thick head; used to protect the soles of boots

hobnail milk glass lamp shade – The Big

The Big Book of Fenton Milk Glass, 1940-1985
The Big Book of Fenton Milk Glass, 1940-1985
The most complete listing of Fenton Milk Glass is now revised and expanded. The beautiful white and pastel Milk Glass made by Fenton Art Glass from 1940-1985 is described and displayed in over 470 striking color photographs. During this period, Fenton was the preeminent manufacturer of Milk Glass wares. One look at this book will show you why. Superb examples in the popular Hobnail and Silver Crest patterns abound along with Block & Star, Cactus, Daisey & Button, Regency, Rose, and many other popular patterns. Forms from ashtrays and candy boxes to tidbits and vases are featured with a history of the company, glossary, and bibliography. Newly updated market values are in the captions.

something old something new

something old something new
I found this beautiful vintage hobnail milk glass lamp on etsy, I knew it would be the perfect bedside table lamp. I couldn’t find a shade I liked so I bought a plain white one and glued some nifty fabric to it! If there’s one thing I’ve learned while decorating my new room it’s that a little fabric goes a LONG way :D

milk glass lamp base

milk glass lamp base
it was dusty and is missing the shade part but i love the hobnail edge. didn’t know if it worked when i paid $2 for it but got it home, found a bulb and plugged it in and it lit up. Hooray!
hobnail milk glass lamp shade

hobnail milk glass lamp shade

Milk Glass Moon: A Novel (Ballantine Reader's Circle)
Milk Glass Moon, the third book in Adriana Trigiani’s bestselling Big Stone Gap series, continues the life story of Ave Maria Mulligan MacChesney as she faces the challenges and changes of motherhood with her trademark humor and honesty. With twists as plentiful as those found on the holler roads of southwest Virginia, this story takes turns that will surprise and enthrall the reader.

Transporting us from Ave Maria’s home in the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Italian Alps, from New York City to the Tuscan countryside, Milk Glass Moon is the story of a shifting mother-daughter relationship, of a daughter’s first love and a mother’s heartbreak, of an enduring marriage that contains its own ongoing challenges, and of a community faced with seismic change.

All of Trigiani’s beloved characters are back: Jack Mac, Ave Maria’s true love, who is willing to gamble security for the unknown; her best friend and confidant, bandleader Theodore Tip-ton, who begins a new life in New York City; librarian and sexpert Iva Lou Wade Makin, who faces a life-or-death crisis. Meanwhile, surprises emerge in the blossoming of crusty cashier Fleeta Mullins, the maturing of mountain girl turned savvy businesswoman Pearl Grimes, and the return of Pete Rutledge, the handsome stranger who turned Ave Maria’s world upside down in Big Cherry Holler.

In this rollicking hayride of upheaval and change, Ave Maria is led to places she never dreamed she would go, and to people who enter her life and rock its foundation. As Ave Maria reaches into the past to find answers to the present, readers will stay with her every step of the way, rooting for the onetime town spinster who embraced love and made a family. Milk Glass Moon is about the power of love and its abiding truth, and captures Trigiani at her most lyrical and heartfelt.