I can't remember the last time I did a tablescape!
& I don't have one ready now, BUT I do have a tablecloth
and more thrifted goodies to show.
Love this geometric modish design. It was
identified for me on Modish.net as a Harmony House.
I've had a few Harmony House (Sears brand) vintage tablecloths
with sewn in labels, this one has no tag or label, so I was glad
to get the information.
I did go to a church-school sale and a consignment shop
this week-end, and found a few goodies.
Love this mid-century dish! Marked Taylorton, designed by John Gilkes
for Taylor, Smith & Taylor Co. USA. I found a vintage ad for the china
online dating it to 1959. It's very cool!
The candlestick holders are contemporary Fiesta Ware.
Here's a close up of this tablescape deserving cloth!
Here are my other finds. The pitcher-vase is Haeger, Pyrex double dish,
4 iridescent looking glasses, cute pig honey-jam jar, and
sweet woman 2-piece figurine.
The Pyrex was marked 50 cents! Sometimes I wonder who does the
pricing at these sales. Fifty cent Pyrex and next to it a chipped & cheap made in China
bowl for $3...go figure!
The sweet little pig has a blue bow and is proudly holding her
ears of corn! Made by Otigari. I'm familiar with them, but under
that it says copyright Mary Ann Baker, and I am not familiar with her.
Are you? Please let me know if you are.
I think the ruffled dress girl may be English, but not sure.
On the bottom an S is inscribed with a crown type design over it,
and a number over that. Whoever made her, she's so sweet!
Her top half lifts off, so the bottom makes a nice little
ceramic holder for jewelry or whatever.
Lastly, a few vintage linens. Love the sweet
hand embroidered pieces.
Nothing to take to the Antiques Roadshow this week,
but I sure had a fun day of treasure hunting!
What did you find???
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