for a quarter...

In spite of its flaws I couldn't pass it up for a quarter.
I've tried to find another like it on Google images.
So far, no luck.
It's heavy.  I thought ironstone perhaps.
It's blue and white.  That's a winning combination in MY opinion.
Additional information welcomed!
Changing the subject a bit,
we sold the second of two "sofa tables" my husband constructed out of an old dinner table.
They really DID turn out beautifully with their pale grey painted "body"
and natural wood tops.
I wonder what project he'll work on next????


  1. Well that's a pretty amazing price, Rebecca. Susan

    1. I like it - (I don't have anything else in this patter and really don't know what it is - quite small - maybe 4" square.) I DO collect white ironstone and thought this a variation, but I don't know...

  2. Oh my, what a lovely piece you got almost as a gift! Your sweet hubby is sure working away with things.
    Blessings sweet friend.

  3. I'm always interested in pieces like the one you found. Pottery, ironstone, fine china. . .doesn't matter what the material is, if I find something I love for an amazing price like this I'm on it and want to know more about it, just as you do. It looks like there are more brown and white pieces in this pattern than there are blue and white. So I wonder if yours is rare? It's a wonderful find, no matter what. Your husband is amazingly talented. Can't wait to see what he comes up with next.


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