Charity Shop Brown Betty
It's been too long since the last Friday Charity Shop round up, but I am back to show you some goodies I found just before I went away on my hols. Hurrah!
First up is this lovely three and a half pint tea pot. I tell you she is a hefty lass, and something you expect to see serving the ladies of the WI (Women's Institute) when they fancy a brew. She brings to mind a sturdy, matronly type of lady and she's in very good nick for her age. She is a vintage gal made in the Denby potteries and I strongly suspect that if she could speak, she would have a Yorkshire accent and keep Eccles cakes stuffed down her apple catchers (knickers that is)!
Next up, I found this lovely table cloth for £4. It has a tea type stain in the middle but this doesn't bother me, as I may very well cut it up and use the pretty circles for other projects. Or, I could just plonk my Brown Betty on the the top and her substantial derriere would cover the stain.
Finally, a cute chicken for keeping eggs in for £2 - she is in perfect condition and ready to sit on a kitchen worktop or dresser and look after your eggs. If you are my middle sister, then please don't read this blog post and close your eyes as I am going to put this in your Christmas stocking!
Hope you've enjoyed looking at my charity shops finds and I look forward to sharing again with you next Friday.