Schumann Wild Rose

Schumann Wild Rose
Dishes, dishes, dishes........

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Pink Depression Glass Table

This week's table is set with pink "American Sweetheart" Depression Glass manufactured by the MacBeth-Evans Glass Company from 1930-1936. [You might remember that a few weeks ago we set the table with our other set of "American Sweetheart" in white called "Monax."] It has a thin, delicate feminine look but it is resilient. And lucky for us, there is lots of it still around. We were able to finally acquire a complete set for eight reasonably priced.
Pat started with a white lace place mat on top of the white tablecloth

Flatware is "Plantation" silverplate by Oneida

The glassware is assorted patterns but similar shape

Since the dinnerware is so feminine, it seems that the centerpiece should also be. The Armani figurine is another one from our Mother's collection.

One of Pat's favorite tricks - use a matching water goblet as a vase

One last look from the other end
Where it came from:
Lace Place Mats - from Lentz Department Store (a really neat local store now closed)
Dinnerware - "American Sweetheart" by MacBeth-Evans Glass Company from where ever we can find it (eBay,, antique stores, etc.)
Flatware - "Plantation" Silverplate by Oneida from our Mother
Glassware and Candle Holders - Assorted patterns of Depression Glass from our collection
Napkins - from TJMaxx two years ago
Napkin Rings - from Pier 1 this year
Silk Roses and Garland - from Michael's
Armani Figurine - from our Mother's collection

We will be joining the following Blog parties this week:
"Dishing It! & Digging It!" at Rustic & Refined this Sunday:
"Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch:  
"The Scoop Link  Party" at Stone Gable: (Here) 


  1. Oh, my goodness, this is my dream table! I started collecting pink DG as a teenager, you might say it was my "first love". I have various pieces but no dinner plates. Thank you for this beautiful inspiration!

  2. I love this table! June 2nd was my mother's birthday and how she would have loved it, too! Fit for a princess!

  3. The subtle colors on this table are incredible! So creative to just keep it simple with white and natural greenery. Lovely table. Dianne