Happy "White Wednesday!" Now that I'm blogging I think I will be anticipating Wednesdays almost as much as the weekends! I have tons of shabby-white vintage items to blog about. I didn't really get a chance to put something special together this week, but I was just getting ready to add these pictures of some of my ironstone pieces to my Fabulous Fall post anyway so I thought I would just go ahead and use them for White Wednesday instead.
|Part of my vintage Adams ironstone collection, another one of my junkaholic addictions|
|What a find! Vintage Adams Ironstone including |
the creamer and sugar bowl which
are valued around $90 alone. I grabbed 41 pieces of this
collection for only $7.
Family records show that there were 'Adams' classed as master potters in the area as far back as 1448.
This stamp on the bottom
of my dishes dates my collection from the mid 1960's.
(Love my retro-kitchen finds)! Adams ironstone has been around
since 1657 and there are tons of different
|I happened to also find these three unmarked ironstone|
canisters at a flea-market for $3
and they fit in nicely with the Adams set