I have been busy this week cleaning both inside the house and the yard so I did not do a tablescape. But John and I went to an estate sale in Port Gibson so I would like to share what we bought.
I bought 2 sets of 12 dinner plates of Historic America transferware by Johnson Brothers. They cost us $90/set of 12 ($120 less 25%). Do you think we paid too much? I have not seen them anywhere so I thought they are quite rare.
We also bought the cobalt blue tablecloth for $2. I thought it would be perfect to use with my Polish Pottery.
This pattern is "Massachusetts"
And this one's "Frozen Up". I think this set will be perfect for Thanksgiving.
Sorry, my pic is blurred but look at the details including a turkey. We paid for this set first and then decided to get the other set too.
I don't think the tea warmer is that much of a deal but I like using tea warmers so I bought it. Everything was 25% off so we paid $7.50 for this.
These were $4.50 each. I thought they were perfect to serve individual casseroles in.
I bought a bunch of linens. Not sure what the peach are but I thought the shape is very interesting. I suppose I can use them for napkins.
I like these blue tea towels and napkins.
We paid $15 for this footed silver plated server including the glass insert and it polished beautifully.
I can't remember how much we paid for this but it was reasonable. It polished beautifully too.
The doilies were $2 a pack and there must be 6 to 7 doilies in a pack.
I love the details on the Battenburg lace table toppers. I bought a white and cream one. They were $5 each.
That's all! My favorite has to be the transferwares and the Battenberg toppers. Thanks for stopping by. I am linking with Kathleen's Let's Dish
Kathy's Home and Garden
Susan's Tablescape Thursday