Monday, March 31, 2014

A few new red transferware finds...I just couldn't resist!

I've been really, really good about not spending money for non  necessities. But, every once in a while, when I come across something that I love and it's priced so low I just can't resist!

 Red transferware is my newest addiction and I found four beautiful pieces that I just had to add to my collection.

 This first one is my new favorite...a tiny, little creamer. I just adore it!

It's the earliest make of my four pieces.

The second is this sweet, floral, sugar bowl.

A matching cup and saucer was the third piece of my find.

#4 made my heart beat for just $10!

It's a late 1800's dinner, I have to find more!

The last one was this tiny, 2 inch, personal creamer a more modern version, but still very appealing to me.

They're all on display in our bay window.

The tiny creamer quickly found a home in our terrarium.

Here's a look at the whole vignette with my cast iron scale.

It's holding my antique, Redcliff, ironstone tureen.

Allysum is happy in my distressed terra cotta pot.

I found this precious, floral creamer at my favorite, antique shop for a mere $3. Miss Minnie's Antique's, in downtown Shallotte, is my favorite place to "score." Don't miss visiting there, if you're in the area, and be sure to tell them I said, "hello!"

Playing with "grandma's" pearls

and a vintage, cloth bunny.

 And the very first piece that started my collection!

More of my bay window vignette can be seen here.

I'll be back later this week to show you how my Easter tablescape turned's a tiny peek!

Love, Hugs and Kisses,

and Gucci, too!

Visiting Southport,  N.C? b e sure to stop by my booth @ the Northrop Antiques Mall and see what I may have there for you!

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Patty @ That's So Pretty said...

OMG!next time I'm @ Kure beach I will have to look your up JP! Lovely post! :)

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Those are so pretty and you displayed them beautifully!

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

I love red transferware. I have a few favorites as well, creamers and small jugs. I love your vignettes.

Heirloom treasures said...

Always lovely blue or red transfeware is a favourite

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Very pretty pieces, Janet! I would have bought them, too. Some things you just can't resist!

Kathe said...

I MUST go shopping with you! I love each and every one of your finds and how you have them displayed!

Junkchiccottage said...

Love love your sweet red transferware. The little creamer is my fav. Adorable. Great finds.

Curtains in My Tree said...

Oh I love your new red transferware .
I have the same little creamer however I found mine in a lavender.I wish I had the little sugar to match.
I haven't run across any transferware lately yours is all wonderful
I seen you over at Ivy & Elephants

The Speckled Hen Cottage said...

Your new finds are beautiful, love the covered sugar! Linked from Ivy & Elephants~~~

Janice Kay Schaub said...

You made some great finds. I would have bought them too. I have given up on the idea of not collecting/hoarding any more stuff. It is an addiction I admit it. Still, when I pop my clogs the kids can have one heck of an estate sale right

Debbiedoos said...

Sweet as sweet can be. I absolutely love it! Happy weekend to you. XO

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

What a beautiful post showcasing some stunning pieces!! I too collect transferware both red and blue!! I do have some of the same pieces and I love them too!!

Thanks so much for sharing!!


Sally Annie Magundy said...

Oh! Your transferware is so lovely, adore everything! If I had room, I'd start a collection too. Enjoy!

Happy Rednesday!

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

What a gorgeous collection, I am RED with envy, and your newest follower. Happy Rednesday! :)

Crafts a la Mode said...

Really pretty Spring window, JP. Love it. Love your style. Best wishes, Linda