Old Fashioned Cake Plates
Posted by Gail Blain Peterson at 9:29 AM Thursday, March 25, 2010
Last time I shared at Vintage Thingie Thursday (thanks to Susanne for hosting each week), I shared a sampling of my collection of vintage pickle dishes. Today I thought I’d give a peek of my collection of vintage cake plates. You might be detecting a trend here. I love glass…especially old-fashioned pressed glass. So sweet and sparkly…they come in all shapes and sizes, some with pedestals, some without, some in colored glass, most in clear. All beautiful and think of all the cakes they have probably displayed in their *lifetime* (you know cake is a pretty vintage thing when you think of it). I have no will power to resist when I come across one in the thrift stores or at a garage sale. So while I never intended to collect vintage cake plates, a collection of them I have. I use them a lot when catering. They come in handy for displaying the obvious, cake, but also cupcakes, muffins, cream puffs, tea sandwiches, fruit, and the list goes on. So, they rarely get the opportunity to collect dust in my home.
I LOVE Vintage Cookbooklets and this one ranks as a favorite. I've never heard of SnoSheen Cake Flour.
A Sweetheart Cheesecake on an Old-Fashioned Cake Plate
A sampling. Don't they look so festive!
A Triple Layer Raspberry-Filled Coconut Cake from a recent catering.
Triple Chocolate Cheesecake from the same catering (you can see cream puffs in the background also on a vintage cake plate)