Sometimes when I am buying stock, I often end up colour co-ordinated.
Some days there is a blue theme or a even a red theme running through my purchases....but yesterday was a bit of a "white out".
A large white jug, a square cake stand and two small cups...one with gold lettering...Primitive Methodist Bazaar Skelmanthorpe 1897.
More than likely produced for a fund raising Bazaar in 1897 to help with maintenance of this West Yorkshire church.
A nice piece of social history.
This sweet little pearlware jug with its naive pink lustre decoration of a house and landscape....dating from the early 19th century, so charming.
A large ceramic tray with a lip at one end is actually a print room developing tray when photographs came to life with the mysterious art of chemicals in a darkened room.
Thank goodness we have progressed to digital cameras.
I think for its new 21st century lease of life, it would be great in a kitchen or bathroom for bottles and potions.
4 white delicate Royal Crown Derby trios and a bread/cake plate.
So nice for afternoon tea...
And my piece de resistance which unfortunately does not photograph very well.
A large white linen tablecloth / bed cover with crochet panels of a deer and three baby deer....one lying down with just its head on show.
Beautiful quality linen with four triangle panels of white crochet work around the side....
And a central square panel depicting a running deer....
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Enjoy your week....
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