Last week, I showed you a little covered soup tureen that I got at the thrift store. I said that I wanted to add it to my creamware collection in the kitchen. Well, here are a few other pieces I've gathered over the years. They aren't necessarily creamware, but all sorts of dishes that just happen to be cream color.
The gravy boat above is a modern piece from HomeGoods. I have a thing for gravy boats -- I think it is the shape that I love.
Here is the shelf above my dish rack. The green tole tray in the background was a flea market find a few years ago. It was at the bottom of a pile of very dirty and rusted trays. When I showed it to the dealer, he named his price: $8. Score!
The little covered dish with the bird on top was from HomeGoods, and the vase behind it came from a rummage sale. I think it was $3.
Here is the display above my range. Don't you love the iron cornbread mold? It was a gift from my dear friend, Robin. (If you are reading this, Robin, see how much I love it? Thank you so much!) Two more little gravy or sauce boats share the shelf, along with a small Fenton hobnail vase.
Don't you love this little sauceboat, with it's cabbage leaf pattern? Thrift store, last year, $2. Whoo-hoo!
This arrangement sits in the corner of my countertop. The little basketweave dish on the left is Wedgwood. Because it is cracked, I got it at the thrift store for $4. The small vase next to it was a rummage sale find: $1. And the two covered serving pieces are from HomeGoods.
Finally, the yellow primroses, which smell divine, are from my husband. He knows I need some blooms to get me through the winter. No creamware here, but a milk glass urn that I found at, where else, a thrift store for 75 cents. ;)