Sunday, 7 August 2011

Flea-Market Finds²

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This morning's finds from the flea-market seemed to be a mismatched collection of bone china dinner plates & breakfast bowls and a couple of pieces of glasswear. And most definitely with an unintentional colour & pattern theme. Amounting to the grand total of £10.50.

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32 comments:

  1. The glasswear is super cute! I'm looking for one of those little glass jars like yours to keep some jewelry safe :) My grandma has a pink one ^^ the plate with the birds on it is my favorite from the staple! Great finds ^^ x

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  2. I always end up coming away from the Car Boot with crockery of some sort. It's kind of addictive.

    Love your hoard!

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  3. So lovely. I can't wait until I move out and can buy bits and bats like these for my own home :)

    I'm loving your blog, so far. Every photograph is stunning!

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  4. Great finds! I love china, mismatched or not! :)

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  5. Love all your finds here, I'm really inpatient at rooting through second hand thingy but my boyfriend can always grab something good. We got a lovely Decanter (i can't spell) last time that is now filled with Jack Daniels!

    xx

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  6. Oooh these are gorgeous! Such a good price for it all! xx
    Sirens and Bells

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  7. Very cute finds at bargain prices too!

    X x

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  8. What a beautiful haul of crockery, love your choice of mismatched china. It looks beautiful photographed against your blue wallpaper too.

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  9. Great finds! I love your style! I bet your house is like a treasure trove....*sigh*

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  10. What wonderful treasures! For a while now I've been tempted to ditch our ugly (and chipped - thanks to a very clumsy boyfriend) Ikea plates and replace them with a mish-mash of vintage finds... Looking at the lovely plates you came across (at a steal!) makes me think I might just do that!

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  11. The floral china is absolutely beautiful, just what I have been on the hunt for! x

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  12. Cannot WAIT till I have my own house so I can do the hunting for mismatched china thing!

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  13. This is the most aesthetically pleasing mismatched collection ever! The pictures are beautiful, too. xo

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  14. Kudos on the brill finds! I love flea-market browsing!

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  15. Wahoo!! I have just discovered your blog threw Making Magique, and I'm in love!!! Love your blog, your taste and your vision!!
    http://www.afrenchinlosangeles.com/

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  16. Beautiful! The sort of items I collect and find :) Some great buys there lovely xx

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  17. I'm always looking for things like these. I'm glad you got them for a tenner!

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  18. you collect the most amazing stuff! i can't wait to start my own collection:)

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  19. I love glasswear, my future house will be full to the brim with it!

    Maria xxx

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  20. i am so in love with the blue & red Delft plates...wow x great finds!!!

    vivI.Iviv
    www.lovexevol.blogspot.com

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  21. I love mismatched crockery like that, so pretty.

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  22. These are all so lovely! What great luck you had to find such pretty things. Thrifted kitchenware is one of my favourite things ♥

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  23. The things you find are always so inspiring. When we eventually buy a place to live I want to fill it up with mismatched china :)

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  24. I don't know whether it's the treasure-hunting (not knowing what gems you will turn up while rifling through stalls), the bargainous nature, or knowing that stories are attached to every piece you buy, but I'm powerless against a good flea market. And I just love all the china you unearth (your Instagram pictures are always a joy)!

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  25. Beautiful finds Paula! All the cut glass is lovely :)

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  26. Ooo how amazing as I have the EXACT SAME GLASS JUG as this! Bought mine at a charity shop in Kent. How funny!

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  27. Plum - this always happens! I'll buy something from a flea-Market or charity shop & then suddenly j seem to see them everywhere!

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  28. You've got some lovely finds there P! Great loot indeed. I love all the different colour, but same style plates together - looks fab. x

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