I seem to be drawn in every time I pass a thrift store. I glean what I can from that store and move on! The Salvation Army store is just across the street from where we bank so I was dropped off while Mr. Me did the banking. He then came in and dozed on a sofa until I was SURE all had been seen. In Florida when you see a senior citizen dozing you are never quite sure if he is asleep or if he has moved on to a better world.
. The Salvation Army is a place I like to support. Everything in this post came from that one shop except the Asian dish.
I really liked the green bamboo on the dish on the right. The Asian influence has lots of possibilities.
The pink tulips are embossed and the little lid handle is also a tulip.
The maroon red plate is California Pottery and it goes beautifully with the
antique sauce dish.
I have a weakness for glazed pottery pieces and also for small jugs.
I think the creamer has my name on it.
Roosters are popular in totems. I decided this must be a baby rooster. He will look great nesting on that plate.
This teapot might have to be a keeper. It is just the right size and it has a friendly shape. The antique teacup and saucer are fun to make bird feeders with.
I was born to thrift. Honestly, even as a kid before I ever heard about yard sales I used to hang out in the dustiest dirtiest junk store there ever was. I was happy as a clam.
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