Hello friends! I haven’t shared any of my thrifting finds in a long time….but I think you know by now that does’t mean I haven’t gone thrifting:-}. Most of my finds have found a spot in the Charmer and I’m not pulling any out to take photos. Today I’ll share what I found last week.
This gorgeous Lord Nelson vintage milk jug… an England vintage pottery with blue flowers pitcher milk jug. She has gorgeous crazing on her too! No chips or cracks $1.99.
If you been following me you know I have a passion for vintage dishes, and I really, really, really try to stay away from the dish department. BTW, its not working.
Two green transferware plates. The pattern is a grain mill in a winter scene. No marking on the back. Both for $2.30. I have very few green transferware, and adding it to my holiday decor.
Now I need another pitcher like I need a hole in my head…but this was just too pretty to pass up. The roses are so pretty on the pitcher. $6.00. I can’t wait to add some fresh flowers from my gardens next year. It’s heavy, so I’d use it more as a vase than a pitcher.
Even though this set isn’t vintage, I’ve been wanting a white snowflake set of salt and pepper shakers. The simple snowflake on the front with a hobnail like rim appealed to me.
As soon as I spotted this gorgeous, blue wool throw I gladly laid down $50 for it. I’ve never seen a blue wool throw before and I wanted it. This was a fine at a local antique store when I was the SOTF Potato Creek event. The store is in LaPorte, IN and I will be going back.
Its wonderfully warm as I wrap it around myself as I knit by the around fireplace. I just picked up 1/2 cord of wood and will be spending lots of time here knitting.
I need some more light to knit by and picked up this cute table lamp for $4.
I love thrifting and its so exciting to anticipate what thrifting finds I’ll score. Thrifting finds are used to decorate the Charmer in her cottage style, on a budget with great charm.