Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Vintage Finds

Wow, two posts in one week. That hasn't happened in a long time.

I thought I'd do a quick post and show you a few items I found this past weekend.

I need to get things packed up and put away.

It was a good weekend for treasure hunting. We found a lot of wonderful items.

The thing I got the most excited about though was...


Wonderful pieces of Ironstone!

I was fortunate to get into quite a few pieces.

You know how it is. You pull up to a house, analyze it run down, new neighborhood, newly remodeled etc...

Well, that's what I did with this one.

I didn't think I would find a thing.

It was a well kept home, it looked to have been updated.

When I walked into the kitchen though, my heart skipped a beat!

Ironstone...lots of Ironstone!

One of the reasons I was so excited is because this ironstone had my favorite mark on it.

I don't know why I like that mark, but I do and I've collected many pieces of it.

I also love the age spots that come with these wonderful vintage pieces.

There's just something about it!

I also found two wire baskets, possibly French so I was told by the owner's mother.

So, what I've learned again..."You can't judge a book by its cover!"

Have a great week!


Florence said...

Wow you did score! Great job! Florence

BROCANTE said...

That was a good catch! I share your love for white china and ironstone. For me it has to be all white or blue and white!

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Oh my gosh girl that is pretty much amazing to find all of that ironstone!! I love it!

Debbie said...

You hit the jackpot!!
How wonderful to find so many pieces of ironstone, and all in one place! I love it, too.

kathee said...

so TRUE Debbie! AMAZING find girl...thanks for sharing...xok

Cindy said...

There is just something good about old ironstone with it's brown spots and patina. Great find!


Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

That would definitely be my dream to see all that wonderful,old ironstone in one place just waiting to go to a new home. Great pieces too (oh, the compote). Enjoy your new treasures,