Sunday, October 14, 2012

What's in my cupboard and thrifty find

What's in the cupboard?
Sandi from Rose Chintz Cottage is having a what's in your cupboard party

This is one of my many stocked full cupboards with collections in progress
I am attempting to collect the whole dinner set of this pink transfer ware.

It has a cottage and horse drawn carriage as the picture.
It's Johnson Churchill made in England

It is one of the more readily available patterns,
 but the cups and dinner plates are proving to be alluding me.

I also teamed pink Glamour Rose by J & G Meakin dinner plates with them, as I still haven't found the matching ones

I bought this for $3 and it was marked as a single bed sheet,
but I thought it odd that it had a really nice floral border.
If it is a sheet,the border would not be seen when tucked in under a mattress.

So, I am going to use it as a tablecloth.
I couldn't get this picture without the shadow today,
but you can see it's a sheet size (it's double on the line) with the hems top and bottom.

A little posy of my Cecile Brunner roses

The first of the Iris

Please join me at my usual parties this week
The links are on my side bar.
xx jeanetteann


Shabby chic Sandy said...

As my roses and iris' are dying away yours are just coming. Such a bummer there wasn't a quick way we could share with each other:)

Those dishes in your cupboard are just beautiful. I really like that cupboard too--really pretty.

Kays Kids said...

I do love your Celile Brunner Roses. Your dinner set is so beautiful, I hope the plates turn up one day.

Donna Heber said...

Hi Jeanetteann,

Your pretty bed sheet would make a lovely tablecloth and your pink transferware is gorgeous! I hope someday you are able to find other matching pieces. I want to let you know you won my blog candy - a pretty pink scarf. Please stop over for the details.

Diann said...

Everything is so beautiful. Love the dishes and of course the lovely linen! Thank you for sharing at TTF. Have a terrific day!

Susan said...

The dishes are gorgeous! I would use the sheet as a table cloth! What wonderful finds!

Alessandra said...

Beautiful shopping!!The paltes are gorgeous!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Oh, I LOVE, love, love your transferware, Jeanetteann! Thanks for sharing and have a beautiful day,