Monday, October 17, 2011

New Arrivals: Just Listed! Shabby Roses China, Mechanical Postcard, Pop Up Valentines

Each week I have a favorite piece. I think this is it!

There are so many things to like about this cake plate.

Victorian pitcher. The lines and shape are elegant,

not to mention the lovely roses.

A very pretty two handled cake plate.

I like the background on this antique pop up Valentine, red instead of the usual white.

Printed in Germany.
I found this pretty plate in a little local antique shop.
Handpainted gold touches throughout.

A mechanical, folding, pop up postcard. This is the first I've seen like this.

This cup is so sweet! I usually see these with "Mother" or "Father" printed on them.

The "Mama" is so endearing!

Cowboy songs! Yeeeee haaaaaa!

Vintage style bling...I'm thinking holiday party!

Ask, Seek, Knock. I'm offering this piece free to anyone who asks for it.
(To go with the motto)
Glass inkwell ...comes with the shabby old pen and antique postcard.

Antique pop up Valentine from Germany.

George and Martha plates by Johnson Bros. England.

Kind of ironic, eh?

A little book on OLD French Furniture. . . of Louis XV

Great photos of some elegant pieces.

There are a few more items not shown can check them out in my

Just Listed cateogry on

Thank you for stopping by! I enjoy finding new homes for the antiques I find.

Let me know if there is something you are looking for.

I'm linking to How Sweet the Sound for PINK SATURDAY!

Won't you join the rest of the crew to see what is new?


Anonymous said...

Some great finds, here, Jillian! Love the rose plates - so lovely!
I've added a bonus tea post link to my tea post today - my story on the Ren Faire! Don't forget to check back to catch a glimpse of our adventures after we saw you.

BTW - the new teacup is sooo pretty in that mint green. I'm planning something special to write-up about it!


Ms.Daisy said...

I have a new favorite: the victorian pitcher. Pitchers are my soft spot - I am so drawn to them!


Joyce - Quilted Nest said...

Does this mean your computer is back? George and Martha - made in England - ironic indeed :)

Tammy@Beatrice Banks said...

I love browsing your shop. It's like going through a fun antiques store. Thanks for the little excursion!

karen said...

Can you put the "Mama" cup aside for me? :)

Chubskulit Rose said...

Such gorgeous pink! Happy weekend!

Shade of Pink at my page.

LV said...

I love all your favorites. I especially like the pitcher.

Rhissanna said...

These are lovely! Thank you for sharing! And yes, the George and Martha plates are ironic.

Stephanie Suzanne Designs said...

Hi Jillian,

Everything is pretty but that pitcher is over the top beautiful. I'm visiting for Pink Saturday.

I hope you have days filled with Pink Sparkles.

Stephanie Suzanne ♥

Olivia said...

Oh my I love those Valentines!