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Buzncuzn1

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WESTMORELAND MILK & COLORED GLASS
« on: October 26, 2005, 04:56:04 PM »
Greetings...
 
We have in our possession....over 75 boxes of Westmoreland Milk Glass of every description.
 
Each box contains 10 to 15 pieces of various styles and patterns.  We are currently in the process of cataloging and inventorying all pieces.  My wife's mother and father collected Westmoreland for about 40 years so we know we have pieces dating back that far...or even farther.  My wife inheirited their entire collection as per her father passing away last March.
 
We have punch bowl sets....vases...compotes...cream and sugars..plates...cup & saucers...pitchers...roosters...chickens....and that's only the begining.
 
Please let us know if there is any particular piece or pattern that you might be interested in and we'll be on the look out for it as we go through our inventory.  As we can not possibly keep the multitude of vintage Westmoreland, we will give certain businesses the opportunity to browse the inventory before we go public with this diverse collection.  You may set an appointment or I can email photos of our stock.
 
God Bless
 
David Anderson
Antebellum Milk Glass
Shelbyville, TN
931-680-2771


Offline lousbasement

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Westmoreland milk glass
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2006, 07:35:13 PM »
Hi, I just came across your listing for Westmoreland milk glass through a Google reference.  I am looking for pieces in the Della Robbia pattern, fruits of apples, grapes and pears.  Please feel free to contact me if you have anthing like that.  Thank you, Tony


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« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2006, 08:06:39 PM »
Tony

I doubt David is a regular here, phone him. I took your email address off your post so it does not get farmed by spammers.
Frank A.
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