I’m still trying to figure out what the mark is on their bottoms. Each mark is worn in a different place, so I might be able to piece it together.
I’m hoping if I rub this teapot just the right way a genie will pop out and grant me three wishes. lol.
Now, hmmm, what would l I wish for? What would you wish for?
Here’s another vintage silver plate genie-like creamer. This one is marked Monarch Plate, and since it’s a single it’s free game for repurposing… unless I discover in my research that is has some real value.
I also found my first silver and glass sugar shakers. I can tell they’re sugar/flour shakers, and not salt and peppers, because of the way the holes are placed in the silver caps.
I also found a sweet set of white milk glass hobnail salt & peppers, and a black enamel plate. I love anything enamel.
This silver plate teapot set has amazingly lovely tarnish, at least it looks that way to me. Aging is good right? So I keep telling myself. lol.
This set is marked Leonard, Silver Plate. I haven’t decided yet if these will make their way into chimes or be sold in my etsy shop. Until I decide I’ll just enjoy them.
And this framed picture of the Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe in Paris is one of my favourite finds, and it was just $2.
When I fist saw it from a distance I thought it was needlepoint, but it’s actually a tapestry fabric. It’s professionally framed, but since the frame is a little beat up it’ll probably get a little makeover.
That’s it for this week. This Saturday is the annual village garage sale in a small town very close to where we live. It’s always great fun, and I’m hoping to find some treasures.
Thanks so much for reading and until next time…