Tuesday, December 14, 2010
I did quite a bit of my Christmas shopping over the weekend, and while I was out, I made a few minutes to visit a couple of my favorite flea markets / antique malls. As I posted over at The Pyrex Collective, I picked up a few pieces of Pyrex. However, my favorite find of the weekend was this Franciscan Del Mar pattern chop plate / platter. I absolutely love this pattern. It may now be my favorite mid-century pattern. It is in excellent condition, and a steal at $6! My Sunday School class is responsible for taking fellowship refreshments to church this month, so this platter held half of the cookies that I took - 4 dozen chocolate chip. I put the 4 dozen snicker-doodles in my square yellow Pyrex bowl. Anyway, every one of the chocolate chip cookies were eaten.
Here are the three pieces of Pyrex that I picked up.
Two lime green two quart baking dishes. These are going to look great with some nice warm brownies in them!
A Terra Cotta Rose 474-B casserole. Great fall colors, perfect for next Thanksgiving!
Have you entered my 100 Follower Giveaway? There's a great turquoise snowflake Pyrex divided dish up for grabs!
Posted by Missouri Michael at 6:00 AM