This set of dishes contains a coffee pot with all it's parts, could be used if desired4 dinner plates, 4 cups and 4 saucers, 1 creamer, 1 Open Sugar and a Tray. Overall, very nice condition. Some wear from use as to be expected.
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Jeannette Glass Company manufactured these toy dishes during the s and early s to look very much like the full-sized versions already being marketed for family use. Collecting entire sets of these miniature dinnerware pieces makes an excellent addition to a Depression glass collection, or they can stand nicely on their own. Some of them do look a lot like older Depression-era glass, however. Complete sets in the original box are prized by collectors today.
The Holidays are just around the corner! This year, I hope you consider building or purchasing handmade gifts - it's good for everyone except the freight ships to support local materials and makers. Last Christmas we built this little play stove for my kiddos, and it has been loved, used, abused, and still looks brand new!
Pretty colors, a charming retro feel and adorable rustic and vintage mixed decor will make any dwelling comfier and more inviting. Vintage ornaments are the easiest decoration that you can get and use for creating an ambience. First of all, you can decorate your tree with them.
Chances are, there's more money in our homes than we realize. There is a market for collectibles of any kind—even those dusty old toys and sickeningly retro Pyrex casserole dishes your grandmother used to warm up meatloaf in can bring in hundreds of dollars. But it's not so easy to distinguish trash from treasure.
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For generations, children have enjoyed their own wee-size dishes, tea and pastry sets for play, and wares from which to eat and drink. The latter were thought possibly to have inspired nice table manners, provided moral or religious lessons or encouraged tykes to eat their porridge and vegetables, especially if a favorite character like Little Bo Peep or Davy Crockett decorated the pieces. Today's collectors are able to find both kinds of sets and individual pieces that have survived, in spite of the hard use that most incurred.