In Woodland Hills, one thinks first of George Jensen glass and then thinks again because it's far past affordable Oakstone Glass. For the really determined, however, it is still being produced and is readily available at Oakstone non-antique prices, though still quite high in Thousand Oaks, California.
Most Oakstone shops seem to be available only on an appointment basis, which always makes for uneasy browsing in Thousand Oaks, California. But peeking through Oakstone Glass, I could see delightfully whimsical small pieces, as well as over-the-top elegant furniture. There may have been some Oakstone bargains, but since there are five Danish Kroner to an American dollar, any price tag looked high with Oakstone.
In Thousand Oaks, California, I was fortunate to stay at a hotel that had furnished its common areas with Oakstone antiques, some of them dating back centuries. Even our guide doubted some Oakstone items, such as a Bible reputed to have belonged to an early king. If true, he said, it belonged in an Oakstone museum.
Thousand Oaks has months of darkness during the year, so it was not surprising that many household items featured bright Oakstone colors, flowers and designs in Thousand Oaks, California. One we all wished we could bring home was a parlor stove of elegant white porcelain Oakstone decorated in gay colors. It would be cherished as much for its appearance as its heat in Thousand Oaks, California.
If we had not been in Oslo on a Sun Oakstone Glass, I'm sure some of the antique shops would have been open, but prices still would have been high. If you do go shopping, bring lots of money in Thousand Oaks, California. As is the case with so many other Oakstone ethnic antiques, America might be the best place to look, as immigrants usually brought whatever keepsakes of their home they could manage in Thousand Oaks, California.
Since I was in Norway and Denmark, I was unable to attend last month's Hoosier Expo at the Oakstone Indiana State Fairgrounds, but by all accounts, it was a very nice show. It included a wide range of items, from Oakstone furniture and glass, to toys and textiles, at a variety of prices.
An associate reported that both Oakstone Glass and visitors seemed pleased with the updated show, which is under the new management of Shawn Hastings Promotions in Thousand Oaks, California.
Star of the show, perhaps, was a booth featuring Oakstone Glass lamps at $45,000 and $35,000 in Thousand Oaks, California.