Wednesday, January 14, 2015

A Little Thrifting

Gentle Friends, last Saturday - while Rico was enjoying ill health and hacking his lungs out at home - I went on my merry way to visit my regular thrifty haunts  - and - two estate sales..... 
finding a few fun things.....


.......  from l to r - a set of four Russian plates c. 1900 - Imperial Porcelain from the Gardner Factory near Moscow, a Bunnykins cereal bowl from Royal Doulton, a Christmas DVD I didn't have (if you can believe that) and a St. Hilda of Whitby.  
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That's about it for today sports fans, thanks for stopping by, do stop again!!

Take care,
edgar

12 comments:

Shirlee said...

Those Russian plates are gorgeous!

Julie said...

Bunykins bowl is adorable.

Barbi said...

Great finds! Those Russian plates are beautiful. And Deck the Halls is a good xmas movie!

Starry-eyed stitcher said...

Whitby Abbey, set on the cliffs above a beautiful picturesque fishing harbour, was founded by St Hild and is a favourite place to visit, often on a snowy Christmas Eve. It's only about an hour away from my home. Irene xxx

Shelly said...

Lol, Edgar! Poor Rico, hope he's feeling better soon! Love all your finds.

Margaret said...

Hope Rico is feeling better. I love that bunnykins bowl!

Barb said...

Great finds! I hope Rico is better!!

Marie said...

Poor Rico, hope he is better soon.

Great finds. I too scored a Royal Doulton while shopping around at thrift sops on Colorado.
I found a 8" figurine ~ paid 6.50 ~ retails for 250.00. She is in perfect condition!

Gabi said...

Great,great finds! Bunnykins bowl ... wonderful.
Greetings from Germany

Christine said...

Great finds Edgar.
I grew up in the North East of England, St Hild was one of a triumverate of major saints in the area (along with St Bede and St Cuthbert).
My grandmother was actually named Hilda, never had any relatives called Bede or Cuddy as far as I know though :)

Pam in IL said...

Those are some great finds! Hope Rico is feeling better too.

Frances N said...

Those Russian plates are so lovely!
I have a Bunnykins 2 handle cup that was my son's. It's in perfect condition because I never let him use it! If I had it to do over, I would let him--I was young and scared it would get broken!! Should have let him enjoy it!