Would you have noticed the Waterford mark on the bottom of this frame. It was sitting on a shelf at Goodwill and I noticed. I also noticed the $1.00 price tag.
She was dirty, I bet that is a silver rimmed frame. Small chip at the very top in the back.
Yep, silver rimmed Waterford frame! She cleaned up nicely.
Another day, another GW. There were two plates and a large sugar creamer minus the lid in this lovely pattern. I passed on the bowl that was small and chipped. Creamer $1.99, plates .99 cents each.
I kept the creamer on my desk at work. Florescent lights help to take great pictures.
I have red transferware and want to mix in green for Christmas time.
The pattern mark says, Dalyrmple - Bisto England with an angel mark printed and also pressed into the plate. Love the edging and pattern.
History lesson starts here....
I binged/googled Bisto England and found out that Bisto stands for Bishop and Stonier and their pottery was under this name from 1899 - 1939. So I may go back for the chipped bowl and I know why the top of the sugar bowl is missing. These are at least 70 years young or older. It is not an angel but a wand of Caduceus.
Onto our Dillard's clearance store. A whole store where all the clearance items end up.
Half price off the lowest price in the linen and china department was the best special I could find. I was going to hand sew some Easter napkins, but why when these pastel beauties were marked down from $8.00 each to $2.40 and then half off to $1.20.
And these silver napkin rings for my collection, $4.00 to 1.20 to .60 cents! They only had two, drat.
Love the embroidery look of the design. Super soft and thick cotton.
These will work with my new white plates. I bought 8 napkins, but I plan to mix my white linen napkins in with them. Our guest count for Easter lunch is already over 8!
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