|What a sweet, sweet drawstring bag with an|
even sweeter tag!
|Look what was inside!|
|This is the flip side of the lovely neckace.|
To me, it now became something that could
be worn year-round.
|But, I really love the Santa side too.|
I can't wait to wear this tomorrow to work.
I ran to one of my favorite local antique shops at lunch today to shop for a piece of pink depression glass for a co-worker whose name I drew. I didn't find the right piece for her, but I did find a sweet little bargain for me. I rarely see green transferware. This platter was marked only $10 "as is." I inspected it and didn't see any big chips or scratches so I was not sure why it said that. When I took it downstairs, the gentleman reminded me about that part. I said, "It looks good to me!" I did find a little chip under the edge tonight when I took another look, but I am really pleased. In my neck of the woods, bargains are pretty hard to come by. Take a look...
|My table is covered with mail, wrapping paper,|
Christmas cards. And, I think I see my reflection
in the plate. Nice. Isn't it a sweet find though?
I almost forgot to mention that it was "on sale"
for $8. SWEET!
|A little blurry, but I was pleased with the markings|
on the underside.
|This is something I am unfamiliar with. A letter "P"|
was pressed into the porcelain when it was wet.
Does anyone know the significance of that?
I bid you all a good night and wish you sweet dreams.