Wednesday, March 23, 2011

VTT

Isn't it fun to find treasures? Last week our family took some time away as my son was off for Spring Break. We traveled to the mountains of West Virginia, and then on to North Carolina. While my hubby was in meetings my daughter and I explored some Antique Malls in New Bern. And of course we came away with some treasures.

I love these Syracuse cups. I collect made in USA dinnerware, and these have such a lovely pink floral design.

I was only going to buy two, but when we were checking out, the owner said "wait" and she brought out two more and gave them to me, no additional charge :-) So all four were had to $2.

On this trip, I was on the look out for a specific item. This item!!

I've looked for a scale in other places, but they were always too pricey or in terrible condition. This one was in my price range. So it came home with me.
I am joining Coloradolady this week for Vintage Thingie Thursday.

10 comments:

Protector of Vintage said...

Oh, I would love to see West Virginia and North Carolina!! Maybe someday. Very pretty china...love the detail. Glad you found the scale you were searching for!!!

Sarah said...

Great finds...that scale is neat!

HaPpY vInTaGe ThInGiE tHuRsDaY!
Sarah

Natasha said...

How lucky to get those extra cups and I love the scales. You have done very well indeed!

Best wishes always,
Natasha.

Rein said...

Love your scale!

Pat said...

Glad you got such great finds during your trip!

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

great cups, how great they threw in 2 free! the old scale is wonderful!

Rosie said...

I love scales, too. They make such nice pieces for vignettes. What pretty cups.

LV said...

What a nice way to spend the weekend with family and find treasure too.

Sweetladyelaine said...

Thank you for visiting my blog! I love family vacations to just relax. Sounds and looks like you had fun. You bought very nice pieces.
Blessings My Friend,

Jeanne said...

Your cups and the scale are treasures for sure. I know you had a grand time with your son as well.
Hugs, Jeanne