I love milk glass, especially the Indiana Harvest grape pattern and Fenton Hobnail. I have been lucky to collect 21 of the Indiana dinner dishes in which I found in local antique stores and flea markets.
I have set my table for two using some of my favorite pieces of milk glass. I am using the Fenton vases for a small serving of shrimp cocktail:
This bowl (which might be Westmoreland?) will hold the pasta. The silver spoon was my mother's.
I used a Fenton epergne as a centerpiece to hold a few yellow flowers. This was also my mother's and she used it during holidays, filling the bowl with candy and each individual vase with flowers:
As for the condiments and cocktail sauce for the shrimp cocktail, they will be placed in a small Fenton bowl and the yellow floral bowl from Sur La Table will be for parmesan cheese:
A simple setting for 2:
The extra shrimp cocktail will be served in a larger Fenton pedestal bowl and I am using Lenox stemware:
The smaller forks for the shrimp are really plastic disposable forks!
The zebra chargers are from Hobby Lobby:
I have also found more Indiana pieces to match the dishes, my favorite being a large platter and small sherbet bowls. I am always on the hunt for more pieces!