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Heart of Glass - Blenko Glass

Blenko Glass is a West Virginia treasure that spans generations. Nothing symbolizes the state of West Virginia better or more beautifully than Blenko Glass. We will discuss current and former craftsmen and designers and how important it is that Blenko and West Virginia glass be appreciated and valued by the younger generation.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

PINK ICE - Available NOW Blenko Visitor Center


Pink Ice is back. Because YOU ask, and Blenko Glass http://www.blenkoglass.com/ LISTENS!
The photo shown is from their website, visit website for enlarged individual photos of available pink ICE. The # 3700-PK has my attention, however all 7 pieces would make the beginning of one dynamic collection.
Affordable and available NOW. 304 743 908a

6 comments:

westvirginiajanis said...

PINK ICE.....

looks stunning for lovers of pink. Oh, and as for those who have encouraged BLENKO to make batches "ahead of the holidays," pink ice will be perfect for Valentine's Day.

My dear friend, West Virginia Lana, changes her glass display monthly for each holiday. For February, red, clear, milk, and, now, PINK ICE glass. I just may need to swing by Milton and buy her another Christmas gift!

WV Janis

Anonymous said...

BAD PHOTO ASK BLENKO TO SEND OU GOOD COPIES
MOUNTAIN RITA

Anonymous said...

WestVirginia J the pink ice is even prettier in person, we bought some during the November sale GlassLady told us about.
It is blenko color at its best.
Sue M.

susan said...

We bought 3 pieces of the vintage pink blenko.
You must get photos for blog of this color.
I can't capture on my camera. It is too die for.

bridgett said...

Blenko maybe listening to the color pink, but I see a lack of blenko generated photos and information for the blog.
FYI

ren-woman said...

Folks: I love Blenko as much as the next person, but let's be reasonable. I keep seeing requests for more and better photos and information. If I understand Hillary's profile, this is a labor of love, not a full time job. She is a full time student who is out of town to see family and to attend a seminar...what she does is FABULOUS...should we not be grateful for the job she has done, and allow her a little time to herself?