Monday, July 25, 2011
Neat serving utensils from a Hawaiian steamer. 1940-50s
Pretty Victorian pink transfer ware dinner plate. 1896
Three of these English transferware dinner plate with hand painted details. Pretty scalloped edges. 1931.
Three dinner plates, Wedgwood Wellesly pattern. 1931-1957.
Pretty creamy color.
Larger then a dinner plate, this decorative element is as light as a feather so it can be hung inside or out.
Neat pair of "Mayan" look pair of vases. Celtan, California pottery. 1960s
Lovely muted shades of wool on this modern Navajo rug.
Marvelous find at $3.93.
The Navajo rug looks pretty with the three lanterns.
How clever is this? This is why I adore Queen of Hearts. So many clever decorating ideas. This designer rolled up sheet music and filled candelabras and scones with faux candles. I love this idea.
Fell in love with this spectacular high Victorian baby carriage. If I had the money, I would have bought it. Have no clue what I would do with it other than I just like it. LOL
And one final treasure find that is now sitting in my sista's kitchen until she tires of it and then returns it to me to sell. Yea, that happens often. Sis loves to redecorate and she will see something that I have found and then asks if she could live with it a while.