Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The Last Two Saturday Treasures!

Don't get me wrong - this isn't my last Saturday Treasure, but the last two Saturdays that I shopped, OK?  I was busy helping Brenda get ready for her move and just did not get the last two weeks posted - got it?
As you can tell, I hit a motherlode of vintage lace and trim.  I was just shaking because I was so excited.
I got two vintage tablecloths, a lot of crocheted potholders and doilies and many linen pieces with wide crocheted bands.
Found this darling, curvy little set of sugar and creamer and tray all in Silverplate.
A cute little Silverplate basket.
Love this intricate little Silverplate dish and oh my, that little pink plate is the sweetest thing.  It is marked Bavarian china, #239 Everett Studio Hand Painted.
This darling little pitcher and/or creamer.  The blue crocheted trim you see is crocheted around blue rick rack.
Some cute little pieces.  The two separate pieces I think are chalk and the other one is china marked Japan.


  1. Hi there! Thanks for the visit to my blog :) Okay girl... you have me DROOLING!! I just scrolled through some of your post and made a visit over to your Etsy store AND checked you out on Pinterest. I seriously LOVE what you do with your sewing projects and all your trinkets, etc... I haven't done it yet; but am thinking of getting into making crazy quilts (or at least one block) and all this lace and such that you found certainly are treasures.
    So glad you found me ... so I could find you. Have a wonderful day!!

  2. I know what you mean...I get so excited when I find the things I love. Lace and crochet are always nice. Love the little chalk figures, too. I went this morning and found a beautiful salt shaker. I always think of you and your pretty holiday projects when I buy one! Hugs!

  3. Judy, I like all those sweet old doilies. The trays are so sweet too. xoxo,Susie

  4. Oh, my goodness!! Gorgeous treasures!!!

  5. Tons of great lace and linens. Love that hand painted plate...Gorgeous!

    hugs, Linda

  6. Love that pink plate and wow that lace!

  7. Where do you find all the great linen? Love your finds. I have a pitcher almost like that one. Love it!

  8. You found some great things, Judy. I love it when I find crochet work or linen pieces. That is a very cute little chalkware couple there, too- xo Diana

  9. I know you will make beautiful things with all that vintage lace and trim. Just out of curiosity, what do you do with all the other treasures that you find - do you keep them and rotate decorative items in your home or do you end up selling them in your etsy shop?

  10. You find the best stuff! I love the crocheted hot pads and lace! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

  11. Oh look at all the lacies, and the silver, you did good.

    It's finally on it's way...the package. Long story there too...will tell you one day.


  12. Oh my goodness, what a lot of wonderful finds. I think the silverplated pitcher is my favorite.

  13. The pink plate is gorgeous. I am glad I am not the only one who gets excited about linens Judy!

  14. You really did hit the jackpot with these goodies! I love finding vintage tablecloths and linens. The silverplate is beautiful, too.
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and for following. I'm already a follower here and enjoy your blog!

  15. wow and wow again, so much treasure, glad you found me too, so I was able to find you!
    following along
    bestest Daisy J

  16. Boy! You really hit the mother load! I love all of your treasures, Yard sale season has been pretty dismal around here so far, but it's still kinda cold.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, come again!



  17. Gorgeous lace, silver, and love that little pitcher! Good finds :)

  18. You are such a finder of treasure, Judy! I love all the lace and other textiles you discover, and how you often find a lovely little dog too!
    Happy weekend!
    Helen xox

  19. Oh Judy, I just read about you on Kris' feature and I think we're gonna get along like two peas in a pod. I LOVE vintage linens (I would've been shaking too!). I am Rita C of Panoply, and Panoply is the name two of my six sisters and I call ourselves for our antiquing and vintage business. Linens are a mainstay, and I love your weekly feature of finds. Stop by sometime and visit - we share an interest in gardening too! Happy to have met you, Kris is such a kind heart, and she featured me too, back in Feb. :) Have a great weekend.



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