Jazz Up A Vintage Glass Bowl With Fresh Or Artificial Fruit
Look how terrific this vintage green glass bowl looks with the addition of some bright yellow and orange fruit. This dealer at the Colllinsville Antiques Company spends a lot of time showcasing her antiques and collectibles. Just by adding a few pieces of plastic fruit (orange, pear, lemons) she has made this bowl come alive. And she is showing her customers how wonderful this bowl could look when they take it home for their own table. At home you could of course use fresh fruit.
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