China Finds in June

I shopped several yard sales close to home this past weekend and was happy to find several really nice sets of china. I have collected china for years and have gotten to the point where I am very selective about the china  I buy for myself (mainly because I don’t have enough room to add much more LOL).

I have been selling a good bit of china in my booth recently so most of my purchases will go straight to my antique booths.

Here is some of what I found.

Blue Willow is a classic pattern that has been around for a long time. I have a set that belonged to my grandmother, as well as a set that belonged to my children’s great  grandmother.

The very first yard sale I visited had a huge set with quite a few serving pieces. It also had a good many salad bowls and cereal bowls.

The picture below is from my antique booth. This is what I am selling. I decided to keep a few serving pieces and the the salad and cereal bowls.

image

 

image

image

The place settings were by Johnson Brothers and most of the serving pieces were by Churchill of England.

image

image

I also bought several serving pieces from the Old British Castles (also known as pink castles) pattern by Johnson Brothers.

I have already added the salt and pepper shakers, sugar bowl, and creamer to my booth.

image

 

image

I decided to keep this piece. It is a milk jug and I think it will look pretty year round with flowers in it.

image

And finally, I found this set of Keltcraft by Noritake in the Ivy Lane pattern. It includes four place settings, as well as several serving pieces. It is a very pretty ivy pattern on a cream background. I will probably sell the place settings together in my booth and sell the serving pieces on ebay. Surprisingly, most of the pieces in this set still had the original price tags on them.

image

 

image

That’s it for this week. If the rain lets up, I will be out yard saling again this weekend.

 

Linking up at Vintage Charm and China Finds in June.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments

  1. Love your Blue Willow find. I co-host Vintage Charm and live close to you in Cobb County. I am definitely going to check out your antique booths at Ben’s as soon as possible. My booth is at the Treasure Hunt in Powder Springs and I would love to have you come by.

    • Thanks Sharon, I hope you can stop by. I enjoy shopping at Treasure Hunt. Which booth is yours? I will definitely stop by next time I am there. Kathy

  2. My goodness you had a successful week-end of vintage shopping! Love all your dish sets, but I’m partial to Old British Castles myself :) So glad you linked up with us at Vintage Charm–

  3. P mcadoo says:

    Is the Keltcraft Ivy Lane still available

    • Yes. I still have this. It is at my antique booth in Douglasville, Georgia. I can check the price when I go in tomorrow if you are still interested. Thank you. Kathy

  4. Jaybird says:

    Beautiful! Are the red and white pieces still available, and would you consider shipping????
    Many thanks and blessings to you,
    J

    • Thank you. I used those red and white pieces in my home for a while, but I recently sold them. Kathy

Speak Your Mind

*