I am joining in for Silver Sunday
Please go by and check out all the other posts. This is hosted by our friend Beth at GYPSY FISH!
I have just returned this week from a month long visit to my Mom's in Houston, Texas! I thrift shopped going, while there and returning home. I didn't find a lot of Silver, well not much at prices I would pay but I did find these few items and I really love them.
I think my favorite must be this sugar bowl. No lid but I love the detail on the handles and the feet.
I also found this porringer...(a shallow, round bowl with one or two flat, horizontal handles set on opposite sides of the rim and, usually, a shallow lid. In recent usage, the word has also been used to refer to late 16th- and early 17th-century English silver vessels of cylindrical form with two vertical scroll handles. The precise purpose of porringers, or écuelles, as they are known in France, is in dispute; but it is thought that they were used to hold broth or gruel. description from yourdictionary.com)
I also bought two of these little serving dishes marked Lovelace from International Silver Company. It is a 3 footed candy dish.
Now don't forget to check out the other beautiful silver at Gypsy Fish.