Thursday, March 16, 2017

Junkin' Finds-early March 2017


Well, everyone's purging, and that is a GREEN and Good thing if you are searching for OLD or NEW.

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First I snagged this gorgeous 'Country Living' label Quilt for a mere $12.99 at a local thrift store. The large top is perfect with a few faint spots on the back. It is pieced and machine quilted.



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The colors are perfect for the back porch, but the greens actually match the living room. So I'm sure I will use this in multiple ways---except for eating on. 

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I love the fabrics---very vintage looking cottons and very nicely done. 

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I love the puckering from the quilting and the star point edges. 
I'm not a ruffles girl, so this was right up my alley.


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Another pretty tea cup---marked Elizabethan Staffordshire.

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Clearly Britain can't produce too many tea cups. From the wear on this I think it isn't particularly old, but is in perfect condition. Stoke on Trent factories, produced and still produce much of Britain's wares. Taylor and Kent used this name up until 1982, their Florence factory was sold and then wares produced under 'Elizabethan' name, and then I get a dead end.

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This appears to be newer than that, but only $.99 for the set, so a deal. Lots of stuff around with this or a similar mark. I will guess almost 30 years worth, figure after 1985, this shape later, even.


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The term bone china comes from a required percentage of animal bones ground for their calcium in the production of the clay. 
So, just another pretty teacup from Staffordshire England---
the Mother-ship for all stray teacups. 

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After Christmas purging? This was adorable a classic small Racer not a scratch on it, or a bend in its runners, abandoned at GoodWill, for 2.99 going for $9-24.95 on eBay.
I think it may have been issued for an anniversary.  Too cute.


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It really is cute. I can see a REDO wreath wearing this for winter. 

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After Valentine's purge---three tins/box for heart REDO projects next year $1.25 total. 
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Two, washed once, hand towels in a vibrant red print. With the new all white kitchen, 
I'm sure these will be great for summer entertaining. $1.50 for 2. 
I think they match 12 bandanas in a similar print I found on sale.

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I'm dealing with my Gramma's OLD costume jewelry. She had such gorgeous stuff. I will be listing these bracelets earrings and a few necklaces in my ETSY shop. 
I'm sure someone who is a collector will snag those gorgeous amber earrings and a matching necklace. The quality swarkovski and pearl expandable, never go out of 
style and the old ones don't pinch like the imported stuff on the market now.

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I did snatch this gravy boat tray, in silver-plate. This is a heavy piece, with nice lines and details.



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Perfect desk, bathroom, or vanity tray--not too big. Simple REDO.

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It's in pretty good condition, I may give it a light polish and buff.

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More of Gramma's stash---I'm keeping the white beads, they are a rope, very long with a catch,
 so versatile. I remember my mom and gramma swapping these back and forth.

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I still haven't totally cornered the picnic basket market yet. (I think I have 10 or more.) Honestly they are so useful and I go for the ones with flat tops for stacking.
 This a more recent style, probably from country style in the 1990's. 

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Clean as a whistle inside and out---this one will go to the craft room, or under the Barbie House.


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Why are English graphics so lovely compared to 
American, cough-(Made in China, ha!) tin/metal pieces?
I snagged this tray for $5.99 and would have paid more. 
 I love the paint-like print and it's huge.
 I'm sure it will eventually end up on the porch wall. 
Right now it is on my buffet adding a Spring vibe to my nonexistent spring.

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Pansies were my great grandmother's favorites and I confess one of mine also.
Unlike many floral pieces the flowers are all from the same season. 

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The tray has wear, and is only from 1993---made by Ian Logan-painting by Lucy Neil. I think I will search for a few more pieces of this---I hope they made several different shapes. 

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Now isn't that perfect for spring, speckled eggs----!

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Almost forgot this OLD Japanese Moriage cup and saucer---probably from the late 1950's-early 60's. Marked Made in Japan. And the little doily for $.25- this one is really OLD, you can feel the rayon mixed with linen thread. 

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More delicate than some Moriage pieces which can be gaudy with heavy blue and gold. A steal at $.99 and no chips, dings, or cracks. 

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This is just the right amount for me---blue enough to work with my blue and white, 
and spring enough for a seasonal tea setting. 
Happy Spring...as blogger glares at 10" of drippy snow outside. 
It melts only to succeed in making icicles.

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Not bad for the first weeks of March. Grins! Grand total about $30.00 for all my goodies. 

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14 comments:

  1. I adore that quilt. My grandmother used to make the same kind - with those small octagon pieces, and she did them completely by hand. I'm so sad that we don't have one of hers. Where they went, I have no idea.

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  2. I love all your pretty pieces,mainly the Moriage chinese tea cup:very gorgeous! Hugs,Maristella.

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    1. Maristella, yes that is a pretty piece of Moriage, thank you for stopping by, Sandi

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  3. Sorry:JAPANESE MORIAGE ! Have a nice day!Maristella.

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  4. What great treasures you have found. Thanks for sharing.
    Marilyn

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  5. Lots of wonderful finds I especially like the quilt.

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    1. Not often you find a navy blue with that nice soft green, I love it too. Thanks for stopping by, Sharon. Sandi

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  6. So many wonderful finds!! The tea cups are my favorite!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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    1. Thanks Debbie, yes, I really love the Moriage tea cup, Sandi

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  7. What a great bunch of finds, Sandi--that quilt especially. It has such a great look for not being old. I also enjoyed seeing your Gramma's jewelry. I was very close to my Gramma and inherited some of her jewelry :) Thanks for partying with us at Vintage Charm--

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    1. Diana, I know it's hard to part with such fun jewelry, but I'm just not the Grand Dame my grandmother was. Although I have used several of her pieces upon occasions. Thanks for hosting Vintage Charm, my favorite, Sandi

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  8. That's quite a haul! Thanks so much for sharing at Best of the Weekend!

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  9. Thanks Amy, love your 'NYC' posts as I have never been able to get there---yet! Sandi

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