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Friday, October 3, 2008

Friday Show and Tell – Additions for Several Collections

Show and Tell
Show and Tell Friday is hosted by Kelli at There is No Place Like Home

My visit to the Lancaster Marketplace with my three sisters and niece on Sunday September 21 was wonderful. I found things for several of my collections or sets:

Brown Transfer Ware
2 dinner plates in the Royal China Company’s "Wellesley" pattern. $1.00. I now have 8 dinner plates.

Brown Fostoria Goblets
6 Fostoria "Virginia" goblets for $5.00 the set. The four I had before were bought new for $39.99. Now I have 10.

Souvenir Spoons [of places I've visited]
3 silver plated spoons for $1.00 each – London/ England/ Canada

Salt and Pepper Shakers
A tiny individual silver plated set, $1.00 – Made in Occupied Japan

Blue and White Souvenir Plates [of places I've visited]
Six-inch plate "Venice" by Ridgway - Made in England $1.00 . I have a similar plate for Rome.

Here it is along on the wall in the guest bath with two other plates. Another wall displays eight more plates from the collection.

Teapot collection
A small white luster ware teapot with black trim. From the FREE box at one dealer. The knob of the lid is chipped, but I will fix that with some black color.

Nativity Scenes Collection
Three Wise Men and two trees from the Enesco Foundations Nativity by Karen Hahn. These are new pieces from a gift shop in the flea market. I got them at $1.00 a piece =$5.00 total.

Milk Glass Collection
Three lidded and footed vessels (the items have not been cleaned yet.)

One large oval dish, an Avon grape bottle, and a hobnail container with fluted edge.

I plan to do separate posts on the milk glass additions and on the other collections.

To see more interesting personal treasures, visit Kelli for a list of participating posts.


Skoots1moM said...

wow, what finds...especially love the plate...
my hubby collects nativities...he's got some a beautiful bronze one...i'm hoping to get him a cabinet so we can view them all yearr long and not have to keep wrapping and unwrapping them each year

Anonymous said...

Hi Carrie,

Lovely lovely treasures!!! I especially like the brown transferware. I am also drawn to geometric designs! :)

Kathy said...

You found some really nice things, Carrie. I got some Fostoria goblets just like yours, only green, for a wedding gift. When I changed colors I gave them to my mother. Then she gave them to my daughter at her bridal shower. I love that we all three used and enjoyed the goblets.

Kathi said...

You found some wonderful things. I love those little salt and pepper shakers and the spoons. Kathi

tania said...

bellissima collezione!
baci Mary

Eleanor said...

Thank you for your prize. I shall post it in the next few days. I like your three Wise Men best! I left a rose for your Mom on my blog in honour of her 90th birthday!

Hootin' Anni said...

What great stuff!! I think I like the milk glass best for personal reasons...reminds me of my mother.

My show n tell is Halloween, solar lights since most all my visitors have been asking for some of my halloween decorations I've been setting up...and a set of kitchen linens that match my blog's header that I found! Come on by if you can find time...Happy Friday!

Grammy said...

What a joy it is to find more of what you are collecting. Love your wonderful finds. Have a good weekend.

Pamela said...

Great finds! I love how you've managed to add to your plate and glass sets this way. My favorite piece is the blue and white plates; it looks lovely with your others.

Alice said...

Such great finds! For a long time I didn't like milk glass. I think it was too recent for me to find it interesting. But now as I'm getting older, my tastes have changed and I love it.

Unknown said...

What a treasure trove of items you found!

Thanks for sharing.

Carrie said...

How nice that the goblets have been used by three generations.

I also have 8 of the same goblets in blue to go with my blue and white dishes.

Carla said...

SCORE! Don't you love finding things to increase what you already have?

Kelli said...

You found beautiful items to add to your collections, Carrie! The dishes are so pretty and I love the milk glass! Have a great weekend.

Lady Katherine said...

I love your collections. Its so fun to see what other collect.

Tammy said...

Absolutely gorgeous items you found! I love things like this...

~Tammy @ Lattes and Lollipops

Anonymous said...

Gosh, Carrie, you totally cleaned up! What great little collections, just as you showcase them there.

I like that you have transferware plates in a unified color palette but intentionally depicting different scenes.

Anonymous said...

Wow, those are some great finds! Love the plates (and the price)! Love, Love, Love the milkglass!!


joyh82 said...

I love milk glass and blue and white china! What pretty things you have.

Colleen formerly of South Africa said...

Love the transfer ware plates. They are wonderful. What a find.

Baba said...

Hi Carrie, I love all of your collection of great stuff..I especially love the spoons and Nativity set..I collect Nativity sets and I have never thought of hanging plates on a wall..thanks for sharing..

Gayle said...

What great items for your collections!
My Show & Tell

Decor To Adore said...

Oh my sigh! You found some terrifc deals. I love the milk glass.

The Tiquehunters Wife said...

Hi Carrie!
I love all the lovely treasures you found! And its always so much fun on the hunt when you get such great deals!
Blessings to you!
Claudia O.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Wow, great finds! I like it all! I think I need to go shopping with you! But then we might have a tug-o-war over some of those things we both like!!