Last week I had to go to the doctors surgery. I hate going to the doctor's. Sitting in a stagnant waiting room with germs, bacteria and God knows what else floating around me. EW!
Anyway, the only good thing about going to the docs is the charity shop next door to it. It's part of the old folk's club and full of donations from little old ladies. Lots of vintage loveliness everywhere.
Look what I snapped up.
A beautiful Spode plate with a delicate lace detail and pink rose in the middle for £2.99. It's my new favourite in my vintage china collection. It's so delicate and lovely it looks like it belongs to a country lady with a thatched roof cottage and rose garden.
I also got this plate by Royal Grafton for £1. Not sure what kind of plate it is. What is it used for? It's only about six inches at it's widest edge. You can't get many sandwiches on that. Anyone know?
And last but by no means least, a jug with a vintage coffee poster ad. The Big Man is rather taken with this jug and keeps admiring it. He very proudly announced that "Camp Coffee" is made in Glasgow (where we both hail from). His reaction was novel, considering his usual reaction to my finds range from a roll of the eyes to a full blown scowl.
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