More pictures from our antiqueing fun last weekend. Click on the picture for a closer look. Can you tell I'm a dish freak? I love the ones with the pale blue rim and the roses in the center. See the blue and white ones like Rhondi has? And the little cottage picture reminded me of Becky. Penny would love the red transferware, and the chicken salt and pepper shakers with them!:>) It was like you were all there with me...at least in spirit! Victoria is home this weekend for spring break so we won't be going out. Just hanging around at home enjoying having her here. Have a great weekend. Spring is here! (I officially declare it:>)
I love the ivy ones and sadly passed them by when the were affordable in antique stores along with not buying Fire King when it was ten cents a plate (pre-Martha making the price soar). What a lovely bunch of dishes.ReplyDelete
from a Raggedy Roberta Anne
those green and white ones would look great for Saint Patrick's Day!!ReplyDelete
All of the dishes are beautiful, Kathy, but what really caught my eye was the green and white checked tablecloth with the hand embroidery. I am an absolute nut for vintage linens:-)ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great weekend.
I Love antiquing too. We mostly go from April to Nov. or when the weather turns. I like collecting dishes, music boxes and anything unusual. Your stash is great. LindaReplyDelete
Oh they are all gorgeous. Love the checked tablecloth tooReplyDelete
I think you were channeling me too Kathy~there is not a dish there that I don't like!! What a fabulous store~did you buy anything? I'd need a lot of restraint!ReplyDelete
Hi Kathy..I've been away from Blogland for awhile with a unexpected "plant potting" injury...I enjoyed just catching up with your posts and happy to see the daughter will be home this weekend...Enjoy her to the max!! SueReplyDelete
Oh I love dishes too! I am just now starting to pull some things together to do a tablescape thursday. I love to hang them on the wall instead of setting the table..lol:) But I am learning!ReplyDelete
I wish I was shopping with you! You are right, I would love the red transferware for my home....I would love all of them for my studio!! Have a wonderful weekend Kathy!ReplyDelete
Oh! I love the cottage pic! And I agree! Those blue rimmed dishes with the roses.... TO DIE FOR!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
Hi Kathy, well...you know I love dishes! So many pretty ones!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time with Victoria! We have 3 more weeks to go before spring break.
These dishes are so lovely. I love the mosaic of all the designs. Enjoy your time with your daughter. Happy Spring break.ReplyDelete
I am with Penny.... the red transferware is wonderful!ReplyDelete
Looks like a fun place to spend the day ohing and awing!
Did you buy anything Kath?
Have a fun weekend,
Cherry heart blessings,
send spring up here!
We still have SNOOOOOOOOOOW!!!!!
That is a cute thing you did, pointing out what reminded you of who!!!ReplyDelete
The blue and white in the top middle are so delicate and pretty...put my name on that set ;)
Hi Kathy. I just got your blog link off of Penny's blog again. I had lost it.ReplyDelete
I must purchase one of your aprons after the first for my kitchen.
Hope all is well with you and your family!
Hi, I love dishes...OH and your lemon scones with lemon curd (my fav) looks so good...with a cup of hot tea!ReplyDelete
I saw you Feb. rain post...I feel the same, I love blogging, but it is the www (world WIDE web). My family is having a bit of rain fall too...we are in Michigan and things are tough here. God is good and HE always provides...in His time. I pray you found some wisdom...we are seeking Him for wisdom as well.
Love all those dishes. You guys had a bunch of fun, I can tell. MimiReplyDelete
Oh - What fun you had antiquing and what great dishes you found - I love everything especially the blue dishes.
Have a lovely week,
OHHHHHH Kathy!!!!!! This is too gorgeous!!! I have GOT to get to that shop, lol!!!ReplyDelete
I had to come and THANK YOU so much for your kind comments on my collages! They made me feel so good! Thank you sweet friend :)
Kathy, I adore the Green Ivy dishes! Right on time for St. Patrick's Day! Your treasures made me smile knowing all of these beautiful, delicate treasures have found a home where they will be loved, nurtured and used!ReplyDelete
You inspire me to go "Antiquing!" and soon!
You saw some of my dainty blue! I've never seen it in any stores. I need a new creamer and cups. I don't suppose you happened to look at the price? I would have been so excited to see it!
Hi, Kathy girl...oh,what pretties you are showing us here. I want every one of them....ReplyDelete
Spring is here in West Texas...we had a slight sand storm the other day! uggg!!
It is all so pretty..m.ReplyDelete
You found some very lovely china, I love the last one on the right, blues and white, my favourite.ReplyDelete
Ooh, Ooh, Kathy. I love the dishes with the green ivy.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time with your family.
Oh I LOVE those plates with the light blue rims too!!! Gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
Kathy, I keep trying to sign up to follow you and it takes me to a Google page...??ReplyDelete
O - O - O!!!!!! I love them ALL!!!!ReplyDelete
You and I are for sure kindred spirits. I LOVE dishes, too. Do you know that that is the first thing I buy for my space in the shop? Yup, dishes. Maybe there is something deep seeded that draws me to them. I love all that you found. Yes....the cottage is right up my alley - well, so to speak.
I love you!!!
it is all so pretty!!ReplyDelete
Have a fun spring break
HI Cathy! What beautiful dishes - I love these too! Where did you find this store??? Hope all is going well,ReplyDelete
I do hope and pray that ya'll are having a great time.ReplyDelete
I went antiquing with a friend yesterday and thought of with each cute little apron I saw. :)ReplyDelete
Just wanted to say hi.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed touring the shop with you. It was so much more fun than cleaning ;-)ReplyDelete
I love all your finds! They work well together!ReplyDelete
Ooooo, how pretty! I love the ones with the light blue rims, too. Hope you are enjoying your visit with your daughter, and some spring-like weather, too. :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful ...isn't it fun to just look. I think that's half the fun. I love the 'Shelley' china ...I have a collection of three Shelley tea cups in different colors in the pattern you show. I'd like to have a whole set of the different colors ...but my wallet says no!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks, Kathy, for coming by to see my yellow room. I didn't know you were doing one, too. You are right in that the yellow really warms up a north room. I can't believe I had it green in there so long...I want crown molding really bad in there and plantation shutters..then I'll quit "wanting".....nawh....never!!ReplyDelete
These are all so gorgeous! I need a day of antiquing/thrifting...to look for some dish itmes. I too just love a pretty piece of dishware!ReplyDelete