Everything about this little creamer tells me that it is French. Do you know the pattern? I can only imagine the exquisite set that it once belonged to. The creamer is one of a handful of sweet little finds from this week that cost me next to nothing, and gives me a little cheap therapy.
These dessert/salad plates, Rose Point by Pope-Gosser, are one of my top favorite patterns. I found six of them for a dollar each. The close-up shows you what great condition they are in. I snapped them up almost quicker than I spied them!
The little creamer was two dollars.
Someone was also unloading a milk glass collection of double ruffled Fenton. I picked out two beautiful compotes from the few pieces that were there.
Though they are not something that I would usually be looking out for, they are striking together.
These monogrammed damask napkins are thin and oh so soft from long use. I will either finish wearing them out, or fashion some project from them. (At least that's what I tell myself!)
A beautiful natural linen tea cloth with four napkins to match stole my heart. For me, it is all about the texture and color.
I love the details on this darling little work of art! You can see that the handle is curved left and right rather than straight, and the hand-painted details also enhance the shape.
Doesn't it make for a sweet little portrait?
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