(Closed) Any Milk Glass experts in the house?

posted 6 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
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802 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

@stellabella:  All Fenton has a red stamp on the bottom. At least all of it that I have. Honestly I doubt any of it is worth .20

I own almost 50 peices of all sizes and shapes and have never been told or heard about it being “cheap”. Just check for quality, if it’s thick(ish) and not yellow-y, or chipped. It’s good.

If someone is asking 20 for a budvase, tthats not good lol.

 

 

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

A budvase? I’m not sure what a good price is, but I know personally I wouldn’t pay more than $15 for one. If your collecting for your wedding, and just want “milk glass” all white stuff, there is a collection of 6 of them for $15 on EBay right now. “Hobnail”, which is the bumpy kind is more collectable, so i’d pay 0-$12 for it, because it’s smallish.

Post # 6
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89 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I’ve been buying most of my milk glass vases for my weddng from ebay. Most sellers sell them in lots that sell for about $35-$40 dollars for 10-15 vases, not even including shipping. It gets pretty expensive since a lot of other bidders are trying to win them too. The cheapest vases I’ve purchased averaged $1.20 per vase but that was an auction that ended like a 2 in the morning that i stayed up to bid on lol. Upon receiving them though, it looks like the seller purchased them for $0.55cents and a few as low as 25 cents each at goodwill or a thrift store because the price stickers were still at the bottom. 

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