Hello Everyone! Welcome to this weeks segment of Vintage Thingies Thursday.
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This week, I want to show you my small collection of vintage restaurant ware creamers. I did not realize how many of these I had until I started grouping them together last week. And I have to apologize, they were photographed right where they were sitting, as I was running late today and did not set them on pretty vintage linens. I will try and plan better next week....I know this is not the norm for me!
Here are some of my creamers.....all in a row.....in a single file line.....How great is that?
From left to right.....All of these are made by Shenango China....these are some of my favorites.
Left to right....the pink one is marked Warr7, so is the one in the middle. The little teal colored one is stamped Hall.
These three area a little larger and they all came from Goodwill. I did not pay over $1.00 for any one of these. The only one marked is the one on the right, it is stamped USA. The other two do not have a stamp.
Here are a few of my clear glass creamers. I just love how these look too. I have no idea how old these are, and I got many of them in different places, but I like them no matter the age.
I purchased this one last weekend at the flea market. I love the sterling rim, and had to have it. I paid $4.00 for this little beauty, and thought it was a bargain.
Here is a closeup of the green glass creamer. This is about 3 inches tall, and it is really delicate to look at and feel. I think this green glass creamer is so charming.
Well, that is about all I have time for this week.......MAN......I have been busy......come back tomorrow....I will give you a peek at how my quilt class is coming along!!
Have a great week everyone....and be sure to link in and show off your vintage treasures!
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