Saturday, October 12, 2013

Saturday Treasures 10/12/2013

 
Today I hit two garage sales and one estate sale.  This is my "loot".
 
 
Isn't this cup and saucer just beautiful?  It is marked "Fine Bone China Crown Staffordshire England".  I thought the saucer was especially pretty with the little ring of flowers.
 
 
This is a decorative wall plate made by Wood and Sons/England in the Ascot pattern.
 
 
Don't know what the little piece on the back left is - any ideas?  It is marked "Haddon Hall/Minton 1793 Bone China Made in England".  The pretty little chinz cup didn't have a saucer but I loved it anyway.  It is marked "Made in Great Britain/Rosalynde". 
 
 
A nice silver trophy cup???? and a set of s/p shakers.
 
 
You would not believe how heavy this set of s/p shakers are.  I'm sure they are cut crystal with silver lids.  And a darling silver oblong tray.
 
 
Some precious little Cocker Spaniel figurines and the tiniest clock you ever did see to go in my clock collection.
 
 
I swooned when I saw these.  It's a partial set but will be so pretty to decorate with.  I think I got eleven pieces.  They are marked "Countryside Wedgwood & Co Ltd./ England".
 
In addition, I got two really nice painted tole trays - one rectangular and one round, a china creamer, and a small bag of lace and notions.
 
Fun day!
 
It was a beautiful day in Oklahoma!!
 
Enjoy!
 
Till next time, Judy
 
 
 
 
 
 

24 comments:

  1. Judy,
    I need to go to garage sales with you. You find the best stuff. I would guess that piece was for sugar packettes and then you said the date of 1700's so I do not think they had sugar packets then!!! Ha Ha!!!! Lovely treasures.
    Kris

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  2. Countryside is very popular with the collectibles crowd, hard to find and sells quickly. Good finds. Very quiet of the gs/estate sales in my area, its a long weekend and that always seems to be 'few' gs's.

    Joy

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  3. That is a cute haul! Could that piece be a toothpick holder? Great job!

    Cheery wave from
    Bev

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  4. Score! My favorite is the heavy crystal S&P - and the silver loving cup.. nice job! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  5. I also went out today. There were lots of tag sales. Lots. I started out at 8:30 with a friend and stopped around 1. Some days are better than others. Today I did get a few things .. a maple table with a built in magazine rack. I love looking at furniture (and buying it if it's cheap enough). Nice visiting. Linda

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  6. The salt and pepper shakers are so pretty! Could the china piece be for calling cards? I have no idea, just a guess. Lovely tole trays, too! I just got back from an estate sale, myself, and found some great deals. Woo hoo! Have a good weekend!

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  7. Sweet chintz cup. Nice finds. I went to a 2nd day sale and found a couple of things. Been pricing stuff for the booths, Christmas goodies!
    Warmly,
    deb

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  8. Nice finds! Dreary and light rain half the day here, so did not get out - my lazy side kicked in.:)

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  9. What wonderful finds!! I love everything!

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  10. Wow, you did wonderful! love the tole trays.

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  11. Great finds Judy. Love the trays and pretty blue dishes. The little square dish could that be for salt or tooth picks? You found some wonderful treasures.
    Mary

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  12. My goodness! A banner day, for sure!!! Love the china!! All of it!!
    xo Kris

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  13. Fabulous finds! Can't believe that itty bitty clock, it's so cute and I've never seen anything like that. Those blue and white plates...I have a whole stack of the little ones that I got while thrifting. I use some of them under potted plants!

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  14. What a haul! Love the trays as well as the other things. You will need to find out what that one piece is, although there are some good suggestions on here.
    Deb

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  15. WOW you did fine some good things. I like the plate the best or maybe the chinz mug.

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  16. You found so many goodies!
    I can't pick a favorite-I love them all.

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  17. Lovely china..I've gotten rid of a lot of silver like that..Needs replating and then has to be polished..

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  18. Great finds. I love the little dog figurines, and even though you only found one chintz piece, that alone is perfect. Chintz is one of my favorites.

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  19. Oh you did well, and I love those silver salt shakers, and the trays.

    Jen

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  20. What a great haul, I love china especially Royal Worcester and Spode because I used to work for them. You've found some lovely pieces, but I'm afraid I don't know what the Minton piece is for.
    Thanks for visiting my blog, following you back.

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  21. Judy I love seeing all your great finds! While you shopped, I donated! I'll be glad when I'm done going through all my stuff and I can enjoy decorating and crafting!

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  22. You always find the best stuff! Love the plates and the little dog figurines!

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  23. Nice. I went out for a little while. I found some dishes also. Have a great weekend. Linda

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  24. Judy,
    I found your blog while searching the internet. Just in case you are still wondering, the little Minton piece you have is a cigarette holder: http://www.replacements.com/webquote/M__HAH.htm. I have the same piece, but mine has the green edge and yours is gilt. I too, love finding lovely, homeless pieces; there is always a new use for them, don't you agree?
    Barbie

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