First up is a creamy white seashell shaped bowl. It's ceramic, with a matte finish. It is likely from the 1950s. I remember it sitting on my grandmother's buffet when I was a small child.
I'm not sure of the age of this Pyrex refrigerator lid, but it belonged to my grandmother. I am guessing it is 1960s or before. (Sold)
This Corning Ware tray also belonged to my grandmother. I think it is from the 1960s. It is in great shape and just a lovely piece of Cornflower Blue.
I have had this little Corning Ware Spice of Life "Le Persil" skillet since 1977.
I am not sure how old this glass juicer is, but I am estimating it is from the 60s or 70s.
This round Pyrex lid is unusual. I have never seen another with handles quite like this. (Sold)
Another delightfully shabby chic piece is this beautiful Valmont platter in the Gendale pattern.
This Taylor Smith Taylor Boutonniere bread plate is a creamy white and with blue flowers. It doesn't have a mark and I am not sure how old it is, but the internet tells me that this pattern was discontinued in 1962.
This Independence Ironstone platter was part of my mother's dishes back in the 60s. It has aged beautifully and has lots of lovely crazing, with one chippy corner.
I have had this Spice of Life Corning Ware "Le The'" 6 cup tea pot since 1977. I love me some Spice of Life!
Well, that brings us to the end of today's tour. ;) I hope you enjoyed it. I'm proud of myself for getting back and blogging again so soon. Hopefully I can keep it up!
'Til next time,
'Til next time,