Tuesday, November 30, 2010

BEAUTIFUL THRIFTY WHITES

I have found some beautiful whites to share with you today!


This little restaurant teapot was found yesterday at one of my favorite thrifts...I wasn't going to stop in but it was half price day and well...so glad I did!  $1 after the discount!
 This sugar bowl and creamer were found at two different thrift shops and I was amazed to find they matched
Marked Federalist Ironstone each piece was 99 cents
I love the simple lines on them
These two were found at a little thrift shop in Murphy, NC last week.  Mr ALC and I took a mini vacation to the Smokey Mountains
 This coffee pot does not have a lid but I think it would be lovely with flowers or even a green Christmas arrangement in it and....get this, both pieces were only $2
They are marked J & G Meakin England
Classic White
This pretty glass jar isn't vintage but I love the design
 
 For right now it sits on my dresser

Not bad for some pretty classic whites!
I'm joining in these fun parties




 Suzanne at Colorado Lady

Don't forget to come join me for
Junkin Finds Friday!

Happy Junkin,
Linda


42 comments:

GWENDOLYN KAY said...

Linda,
Don't you just love when things come together like that... bought at different places but they match. I am having a giveaway , come have a peek.
Blessings~
Gwenny

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Fabulous Finds Linda, That sweet white pitcher will be charming filled with fresh greenery and some simple candy canes for the holiday. Happy White Wednesday.....early! :)

~~Carol~~ said...

Great white finds Linda, and the best part is that they'll go with everything, especially your Christmas decor!

Rebecca said...

Isn't it crazeee when you find things that are old that match? Makes me want to pay more attention to my LIFE! :)

Lovely finds sweet friend!~

Rebecca

Jane said...

Love your finds! Those would make great Christmas gifts as well,

Jane

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

These are wonderful white finds... So Lucky to find the matching set at different stores, THAT truly meant that they "Belonged to You"! The little coffee pot with no lid is Darling and you may find a lid, be sure to measure it and take that thrifting with you! actually you should POST RIGHT HERE where you said it's lid is missing the SIZE you need, "WE CAN ALL HELP"!!!
Hugs to you,
Donna

Olive Cooper said...

You are speaking the language of my people...my mama is from Murphy, N.C.

Love the teapot!

Vonlipi said...

White is a classic, it goes with everything!

Great thrifty finds my friend!

Rebecca said...

Who could resist those prices!

Kim said...

Those are some great finds Linda. I love the sugar/creamer. I bet the Smokies are gorgeous this time of year.
xoxo,
Kim

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Nice finds! You were lucky to find the 2 matching pieces at different places.

sissie said...

Girl, I still say you are the Queen of thrift and find. Great that the piece match!

hugs
Sissie

Blondie's Journal said...

How sweet that you found the creamer and sugar bowl at different places...that is amazing and they are so cute. I wouldn't have passed up the little coffee pot either, I like your idea for filling it with flowers!

XO,
Jane

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I agree that the coffee pot will look fantastic with some flowers and fresh greens-enjoy:@)

Sandy said...

I love your little white china pieces.. Every dish I own is white, so clean and beautiful!
Thanks so much linda for your visit today.. I've been away from my blog for a while and am happy to say "I'm getting back to normal once again".... Have a great Holiday Season!
Sandy

Ames said...

My very best girl friend works in Murphy and lives in Andrews! A nice quaint and quiet little town.
I love the white ironstone. As a matter of fact that looks pretty close to the Antique White pattern by Mikasa that I really really want. I also purchased a teapot without the lid for the very same reason. Great buys!~Ames

Polly said...

Great finds Linda!!

Susan said...

I love your finds Linda!! The white ironstone is gorgeous!!

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Linda! That's the sugar and creamer from my mom's set when I was growing up. Of course, it's gone now and I've been toying with the idea of starting to collect some pieces. So fun to see it with you. I love your white dishes. I've got to go thriftin' soon!

time-worn interiors said...

Wow! You got some great deals there!
Theresa
aka:TOT

Chatty Crone said...

White is a classy color and you can put it with anything and everything. See you tomorrow.

sandie

Deb said...

You know I love the whites, Linda. Lovely post and yes, throw some fern in that little pot without the lid. Hugs, Deb=^..^=x5

CAS said...

Great finds & totally cute.
CAS

Diann said...

Linda, I love all your newly found white treasures!! You know I can't wait to see the pink tree! :)

Jane said...

You found some wonderful white pieces and the prices were phenomenal!!! Those would have gone in my shopping cart too!
Jane

Mom Walds Place said...

OMWord! Your fabulous red glass in your header popped up with only white before your background loaded, and it is simply the most fabulous photo! Wow, just wow!

Your whites are WONDERFUL! What luck you have finding good companies and great prices. Even your contemporary glass is great. This is the lovelies blog post I've seen this month. Hah! It's only Dec. 1st. Seriously though, thanks for the eye candy, vanilla candy that is.

Secret Garden Cottage said...

You found some great white ironstone pieces at terrific prices, Linda. All of your whites are so pretty.
Happy WW!
~ Jo :)

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Hi Linda! Love the ironstone pieces! I also have a lidless teapot...full of flowers! Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

Sherrie said...

You never go wrong with whites. They fit in every tablescape and can be dressed up or down. Besides who can resist a deal? I was also wondering how your etsy shop is going? Hope your day is going well.

Pam said...

Great pieces. You can never have too many white pieces.

LV said...

You found some nice pieces for a great price. White dishes with a touch of color here and there really makes a pretty table.

Susan said...

Hi Linda,
I love your white finds today. Just so pretty... and sugar and creamer in different thrifts with the same pattern... luck was smiling on you today. Those are quite beautiful. I actually like that design very very much.

Hope you are having a very lovely day. It finally snowed here and that just made me so very happy in my heart.

Hugs,
Susan

Maureen said...

HOw lucky to find the matching set!

Faye said...

Wonderful whites! I love the creamer and sugar that match even though they came from different places...what fun!

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Beautiful whites! Great prices! These will make a nice white vignette!

Katherine

Miss Sandy said...

What great finds! Wonderful collection.

Vintage Christine said...

MAN! You get so many comments on your posts that it takes forever to get to the Post A Comment box!!!! Those are some great extremely thrifty finds--I LOVE ironstone so those would certainly have made me happy to find them!

Angie, Catladyland/Katt Food said...

Beautiful! You do have an eye for really cute treasures :)

I especially like the little restaurant pot.

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Great finds! I adore white pitchers.

Happy VTT,
Sally

Nancy's Notes said...

Linda,

love it all!

Miss you girl!

Been out and busy, back soon.

Nancy

Anna said...

Ahh, unexpected finds, love it. These are all great pieces!

Erin@likegrandmas said...

I swear I saw the exact same tea/coffee pot at my GW on Black Friday!!! It was 2.99, I told the man I needed it, he smirked at me and asked what for!!! Well, now I just have to go back and see if it's still there!