Whoa doggies!!! (That's Oklahoman for boy, did I have a good day shopping at garage sales and Estate sales.) I even had to take two pictures to show my treasures.
In this first picture, going from back left I found: a planter with a girl in a red hat, a beautiful blue saucer, a dish with red and white polka dotted bow, two little chalk dolls, a Humpty Dumpty, crocheted glass cozies, two cream colored little birds, a trio of small white pieces - a salt and pepper shakers and don't know what the other piece is, a birdhouse wall pocket and a tiny box of darning and mending spools of thread.
The blue saucer is stamped "Mason's 'Bour Bells' English Ironstone". The three piece set has a little base that the pieces sit on and it is marked "Marutomoware - Made in Japan", and the two bowl with the red and white polka dotted bow is marked "Shawnee".
These two little chalk dolls are barely 2" tall. Aren't they cute?
Look at this little box of darning and mending thread. It only measures 2" x 5". So tiny and cute.
This is my second "bunch". I found a mannequin that I need to recover, a beautiful white china planter that has china roses all around the top, a snowman plaque, a cruet set, several salt and pepper shakers and a whole bunch of vintage post cards. SCORE!!
I was so afraid that I would not be able to find things while the flea market was closed, but.....
Till next time, Judy