Vintage Fascination No. 141 ~ Part Two

Welcome friends to Vintage Fascination No. 141~Part Two.  Today, I’m sharing more Delray Beach vintage finds.

These are from the Goodwill and the Habitat Restore both of which are on Federal Highway in Delray Beach.

I found an ironstone platter that carries the Johnson Brothers trademark.  It has the bull in a china shop trademark which Johnson Brothers began using in 1980.  The trademark does not indicate a pattern name.

An engraved vintage Community silver-plated baby cup is joining my growing baby cup collection.  It has an engraving for Erica Suzanne’s birthday 6/24/76.   The patina on this little cup is lovely.

 The cup handle is a Community flatware pattern but I don’t know which pattern.  If you recognize the pattern, please let me know.

From Restore’s silver offerings I found this mini champagne bucket which serves as a toothpick holder.  It is silver-plated but is not trade marked.  It is so charming with the little lion heads on each side.

A plaid tin that previously held Land of Burns Scotch Shortbread caught my eye.  When I picked it up it was extremely heavy and when I opened it a bunch of nails spilled out.  Nails re-donated, tin stored with Christmas decorations.  I cannot find any info on this tin, if you know anything about it, please let me know.

Two small creamers sitting on the shelf next to each other were just too cute together.  The larger one is by Buffalo-Oneida and the smaller one is by Hall.  Made in the USA these two little ironstone creamers are most likely restaurant ware.

Vintage Inspired Item

When I first picked up this little round cotton Battenberg lace tablecloth I was sure it was vintage; however, it isn’t.  It is a Martha Stewart product with a new looking tag.  Even though it is new, I see a lot of uses for it.

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Comments

  1. What treasures you have found. That baby cup is precious. Do not understand why anyone would give that away.
    Joan,Marion and Marilyn

  2. Lots of wonderful finds!

  3. Awesome finds. Those creamers will be great for short stemmed flowers, warm syrup, and individual servings of hot fudge sauce! I love old tins; that one looks like it needs a button collection!

  4. Jann Olson says:

    Love seeing your finds Sharon! I went junking with some friends yesterday. I had a silver baby cup and spoon in my cart that were still in their original package. I have 3 cups already and I put it back thinking I didn’t need it. Now I’m regretting it because I don’t have any spoons.
    hugs,
    Jann

  5. Another round of fun finds, Sharon! I don’t know anything about the tin or pattern of your cup, but like both. I also have a baby cup collection. Love that mini champagne bucket/toothpick holder. I thought it was the larger one at first glance (duh, with a gargantuan rose, right?). The creamers are great too. I had a wee little one (held maybe one creamer) that I had used for toothpicks and broke it. I’d become attached. 🙁 Good ‘ol Martha….she did that with a lot of things, jadeite being one of the ones that comes to mind. But, if we like it, we buy it, and if we use it, that’s even better.

  6. Great finds! I just love vintage, especially when it comes from a thrift store. Check out my blog and see what I recently did with some jadeite.

  7. I am a big fan of Battenburg lace so the tablecloth is something I would love! You find the best things out there at garage and tag sales!!! Hope you are having a great weekend. 🙂

  8. I love engraved baby cups…so sweet!

  9. You really lucked out with those vintage finds! I love the baby cup as well as that mini champagne bucket. They would look great in any home. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  10. Wonderful find, Sharon. I especially love the silver pieces! Thank you for sharing at Vintage Charm!

  11. Love the shortbread tin!

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