Web
Analytics Made Easy - StatCounter
Spring Antique Collectibles

Spring Antique Collectibles

As I type this blog post for you today friends, it's late February in Vermont, 14 degrees, and the sun is shining bright.  AND with that, I am determined to add some spring antique collectables to my builtin bookshelves in our main living area.  Therefore, yesterday I headed out to the closest Antique mall, Stonehouse Antique Center in Chester, Vermont to hunt for some antique Transferware and Ironstone collectibles.

I have been dreaming of lighter touches like soft blues, white Ironstone, platters, glassware, patterns, and more.  I found 10 antique collectibles yesterday that I want to share with you here today, all for under $100.  I am so excited to redecorate our builtins with these beautiful new pieces and add the spring touches I'm yearning for.  That will be the next blog post friends, so I hope you keep following along!

 

 

First up are these 4 beautiful blue and white Transferware teacups that I purchased for $9.

I luv how soft and sweet they look and they have a bit of a different shape to them too.

 

 

Second, I found this Ironstone soup crock that I will display on the builtins and most likely also use in our kitchen as well.  This piece was $40 plus a 25% discount.  Which was the most expensive antique collectible of the day.

 

 

An antique blue bottle for $3 adds to that light blue color theme that I was going for too.

I also found a couple of white porcelain roosters for $10 apiece.  Perfect for our Vermont shelving.

 

 

This large blue and white Transferware bowl was a bargain at $10!!

 

 

Friends, the reason I'm sharing the pricing with you on this post today, is that I often get inquiries on how much one should spend while antiquing.  I do believe this is completely up to the person shopping.  However, you don't need to spend over $40 to get a nice piece of antique Transferware or Ironstone.  Most antique shops are filled with these items and they can vary in price depending upon the vendor.  

 

 

 

 

I also purchased this Ironstone platter for $10.  It does have a couple of chips on it, but that's what I luv about it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 I am so thrilled you dropped by today friends and hope you will continue to follow along as I decorate with this beautiful Ironstone and these Transferware pieces.  You may sign up for Dabbling & Decorating's newsletter below so you never miss a post!

 

 BE SURE TO SAVE THIS "SPRING ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLES" POST TO YOUR FAVORITE PINTEREST BOARD!

 

 

I've created the above custom pin just for this post!

Sharing is Caring!

 

I would luv to hear from you too~

Your comments mean so much to me and truly make my day...

 

Please join me over on Instagram & Pinterest to see more!

Styled by Ann

in Vermont

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

Hey, there friend I'm Ann and welcome to Dabbling & Decorating, a home & Vintage decorating blog.  I luv creating, collecting, and sharing vintage and thrifty finds, DIY projects, and antiques that showcase a cozy,  vintage home style, From our   Vermont home   to our newly inherited coastal Maine Raeside-Dame cape.  Oh, and our Berner, Ella!  I'm so thrilled you stopped by today!  

Let's Connect

  • Pinterest - Grey Circle
  • Instagram - Grey Circle
  • Facebook - Grey Circle
  • LinkedIn - Grey Circle

Comments

Don't have facebook and want to leave a comment?  no problem, drop me a note here!

Antique Candle Co.
A Proud Partner!
Antique Candle Co_
Antique Candle Co_
Antique Candle Co.
1/2

DIY Outdoor Grilling Station

Antique Blue Hutch Makeover

Antique Crocks & White Tulips

A Vintage Teacup Spring Mantel

1/4
Please reload

Favorite Blog Link Parties

silver_pennies_sundays_featured_button.j
Inspire Me Monday Link Up.jpg
All About Home Link Party.png
Thursday Favorite Things Link Party
The Pin Junkie Link Party.png
TheFarmhouseFridayLinkParty.jpg
Pieced Pastimes Featured Button.png
Tuesdays Link Party.jpg
Joe-t-2-2-600x600.jpg
beautifully-made-link-party-graphic-acro
Imparting Grace featured button.png
Hearth-and-Soul-Logo-sized-for-blog.png
DIY-Salvaged-Junk-Projects-480.11-AM.jpg
Tuesdy Turn About Link Party
Waste not Wednesday Link Party
Featured Vintage Charm.jpg
Little Cottage Link Party
Charming Homes & Gardens
Wednesday Centerpiece Link Party
Why I refer to Love as "Luv"?
All my life I have been inspired by both my parents and a close aunt with their beautiful & unique antique decorating styles, much of which I incorporate into my own home designs today.  Over the years their letters, cards, emails, presents, and more all included the spelling Luv vs. Love.  And I have adored it!  I have always taken this to be a part of a generation gone by that I treasure dearly!  And I hope you will too friends!
A Maine Based Company
Hometalk Button
Follow Dabbling & Decorating on bloglovin'

Stay Connected and get all the latest!

© 2017 Dabbling and Decorating INC

PRIVACY POLICY

 

All Photos are owned by Dabbling and Decorating and may only be used if linked back to this Blog.