Monday, January 16, 2012

Plates - Thrift Share Monday

Early days, yet, in this new year. We're gently winding down from the holidays. Christmas tree is still decorated and dropping needles in the living room.

Very minimal thrifting efforts happened so far.

But a trip to Melbourne, FL and a visit to our favorite Molly Mutts II charity  shop downtown did turn up some appealing crockery.

There's a Stetson pastel leaves oval platter as well as a Taylor & Smith ironstone Honey Gold chop plate.

I can't pass up anything Berggren with the Rosemaling decoration. The phrase Var Sa God apparently translates to "if you please".

If you find yourself traveling and looking for charity shops nearby - check out Plug-in your city/state or just a zip code and see all the offerings in the area!

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  1. i think interpreting plates would make a great quilt block idea.

  2. ...yes, easily so...and ring-like too.


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