My parents had both the coin glasses and the glass relish/nut dish. Too bad I had to buy them, but I only paid $3 for the dish and $4.50 for 6 glasses.
A very cool ceramic TV lamp that just needs a light kit and it's moving out of the kitchen and into the living room.
OK, here's where my family starts to get concerned about me. This is just one shelf of my Pyrex, Fire-King, Glasbake, and Federal mixing bowls and casseroles.
The coin glasses will be joining this collection of retro glassware. My favorites are the carousel animals glasses.
I really should start having dinner parties. Top shelf: Pyrex "Pink Flamingo" dinnerware and Monax dessert set for four. Middle shelf: Fire-King "Vienna Lace" dinnerware and Fire-King "Pink Swirl" dinnerware, along with several sets of matching glassware. Bottom shelf: Bavarian porcelain, miscellaneous Hocking Glass "Miss America" pieces, and my favorite, Royal China's "Blue Heaven" dinnerware.