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Monday, May 30, 2011

Made in England

I know I am cleaning out my stashes of things that I have way to much of BUT the girl next to me at the flea market  had these brown and white transfer ware dishes a 4 place setting made in England and had staffordshire on them only $7.50 she had sold things all day  long and about 2pm it slowed down so I looked what she had on her tables and I said to myself OMG only $7.50 I picked them up and ran over to my tables to hide them LOL.( so no one else would buy them )

I thought they would look so good with the brown and white odds and ends I already have like  my brown transferware  turkey plates etc.

She said no don't pay for them we will trade things OK that worked for me. She is the one wanting to travel Europe for a month she teaches art in Jefferson City Missouri

Then the girl on the other side of me left about that time because she had sold all her red wing pottery and had to go ride her horses she said. She brought the most amazing beautiful old yellow crock bowls with blue rings around the top she had ever size from I bet 1/2 cup to 3 gal I wanted them all

She said I drove all over the states collecting these when we built out ranch and did my kitchen in all these yellow crocks. I told her to pack them away for a while then when she sees them it will be new all over. I have started doing that on some things .

I was cleaning off my patio picking up tree branches and cut back my ivy around my patio so any way that is why I took my dishes out side . It was a beautiful morning yesterday and I had my coffee out there then Emma my neighbor came over to chat. She is helping to encourage me to eat healthy.  can do that  THEN I want a piece of pie or some home made cookie or what about a slice of home made pound cake? That is what she is on to me about LOL

                   love the inside of these cups





then i put an old lace tablecloth on my patio table my brown and white calico stafforshire pitcher looks good with the new dishes I think

       This is the plate the yellow crock bowl girl gave me  Johnston Bros          
                         Outside on the patio, my flower beds are not blooming yet


This would have been a better  picture if I had removed my plastic cup
     
I don't know the name of this flower however it is blooming so picked some
                                                              
                                                             
                        
                          Curtains in my Tree (French lace)
                   A friend brought me these to plant a couple years ago                               
                                                                                      


Fun Sites I have Joined in for Show and Tell
                                                             
     I added my dishes to Coastal Charm for Nifty Thrify Tuesday
A Stroll through Life has Tabletop Tuesday
  Savvy Southern Style has WOw Us Wednesday
 Just love this blog All Things Heart and Home                                                         
  It's Rednesday today @It's A VAery Cherry World
 A Southern Daydreamer has outdoor pictures
 White Wednesday at Faded Charm                                                             
 Beautiful at BNOTP                                                 
A Collection of this and that
If you love Red Transferware dishes take a look here
  You must see show and tell At My Romantic Home
The French Cupboard has fabulous french items for show and tell
it's a Hodgepodge Life  today
Feature Yourself Friday @ Fingerprints on the Fridge
                                                                                                             

18 comments:

  1. Hi!
    Beautiful outside sitting. Love the curtain in the tree. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Food for Thought
    http://100sweets.blogspot.com/2011/06/this-is-new-ethanol-plant-in-marion.html

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  2. Hi: I love the treasures you purchased. The brown transferware is stunning. Your blog is always so pretty and interesting. I love visiting here. Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

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  3. Ah,elegant old porcelain!



    A SEEKER OF CRIMSON AND RED

    A seeker of crimson and red
    Did part her fair lips as she said,
    “A daiquiri’s fine,
    And so is red wine,
    But I prefer claret instead!”


    ©2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Still Life with Red Blossoms

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  4. That's got to be the best thing about being a flea market vendor, getting to raid the other vendors stash! I love transferware and your table setting with your pitcher looks so pretty!

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  5. Lucky you to get those brown transferware dishes! They look lovely at your table outside. The curtain in your tree is gorgeous too! Thank you so much for sharing the beautiful tea cup and saucer for Tea Cup Tuesday!
    Hugs,
    TErri

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  6. What beautiful finds! (I love the curtains in your tree!) Thank you for visiting my blog. (I used to like Philosophy's Amazing Grace until I found Inner Grace.)

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  7. Lucky, lucky you on the transferware! Come by when you get a chance!

    Happy Rednesday!
    Back Porch Blessings,
    Rebecca

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  8. Love your pics! You just had to have those plates!

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  9. Love your new transferware. What a wonderful setting you've made with them.

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  10. I love your new transferware! Your table is gorgeous and I love the curtains in the tree! What a fabulous look!
    The name of your plant is "Hyacinth". They have a very sweet, most times strong fragrance if you use alot in one place.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Susan

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  11. Hello Janice,
    Thank you so much for your comment,
    I'm glad I give comments again to other blogs. They realy work hard to solve the problem at blogger.
    I do love your findings. Tomorrow I go to a fleamarket with my sister, It's one of my favorite things to do, in summer.
    Have a great weekend,
    hugs Ester

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  12. So pretty--love your tablescape!

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  13. Janice...so glad I stopped at your sale this morning!!! I couldn't wait to get home and see if this was REALLY your blog...can't believe we're about five minutes from each other!!! It was so nice visiting with you...I think we understand each other...even if our kids don't...silly kids!!! LOL Peggy

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  14. OMG Peggy

    I am so happy I met a fun blooger in the same town where I live !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Miracles do happen !!!!!!!!!

    We must keep in touch because I am still moving things from my storage area

    also the next flea market set up July 2 2011 @Artichoke Annies Millersburg exit


    Janice

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  15. The plastic cup afterthought is hilarious. Now I get "curtains in my tree"! Hello! Where have I been? I love the way you identify the ladies at the flea, ie., "girl with the yellow crock bowls"...

    You have so much fun!

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  16. So so pretty. I love the bargains you got. Isn't it a great feeling?

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  17. It's so great when we can swap with friends that have the same vintage style as us! Thanks for sharing your sweet French inspiration.

    Blessings... Polly
    French Cupboard &
    Counting Your Blessings

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  18. Hi!, I am visiting your site yet again to see more of your exciting posts. I found this something I have been thinking about and just had to comment a huge thank you for all your effort. Please continue the great work your doing.

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