an ironstone soap dish free of cracks or chips, still with the strainer part inside for $2.99!
I have never seen one of these other than in my ironstone book, isn't it just beautiful?!
It looks right at home on my kitchen sink. I found some other great things yesterday too, like these matching ironstone platters.
I will be listing these in my Etsy shop early next week so keep a look out for them. And I have had some inquiries into the bread knife and cutting board that I mentioned in my last post. Just wanted to let everyone that was interested know that I listed them and they sold in under 3 minutes.
Another great thing I found yesterday was the twig basket below, I love twig baskets and this one is the perfect size for eggs.
I have a larger size twig basket for sale in my Etsy shop right now
and I will be listing this one sometime next week.
I also bought a small vintage mustard crock, the perfect size for when the hyacinth start to bloom. That is if it ever warms up enough for that to happen, it snowed all day yesterday so it doesn't quite feel like Spring here. But at least the sun is shining, HAPPY SPRING:)
The soap dish is gorgeous! What a wonderful find!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful goodies...the soap dish is WONDERFUL!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful soap dish and such a find. You are a lucky girl!ReplyDelete
I love your blog and your home. I enjoy coming to visit you <3
Beautiful, indeed, as are your styling and photos! Happy Spring to you, too!ReplyDelete
Rita C at Panoply
Great find....l love when that happens! Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
I love ironstone and the soap dish is beautiful! Your platters are gorgeous also...you have found so many terrific things this week....lucky you!! I never have that kind of luck!ReplyDelete
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What a beautiful soap dish. And with all it's parts as well... score indeed!ReplyDelete
What a great found again... Everything so beautiful :-) AlexandraReplyDelete
Oh Megan ! I LOVE love the soap dish. . . I've never seen one, even in a book. . . Great find. . .ReplyDelete
Happy Spring~a~ling. . .
That is a wonderful find and in perfect condition!ReplyDelete
The soap dish is awesome. That is a wonderful find. Have a great week end.ReplyDelete
Those little covered ironstone soap dishes are so sweet! And what a deal you got. Wow, good for you!!ReplyDelete
The soap dish is an awesome find. What a great deal. Did you say you listed the platters or are going to? I have been looking for a large platter but would like to buy both of them. I'll be keeping a watch on your store.ReplyDelete
Lovely. Your blog inspires me so. Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
What a lot of great finds, Megan!! Are you listing the soap dish? Maybe a piece of rubber underneath it to keep it from sliding off your sink and breaking. ;-) I LOVE the twig basket!!ReplyDelete
I love your finds! Inspires me to go back to the flea market tomorrow and see what I can spot. How often do you thrift?ReplyDelete
You always find the best stuff!ReplyDelete
Lovely finds and the soap dish is such an unusual piece. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
wow, you better buy a lotto ticket!!!! Never had I seen buys like that in this area at even a yard sale!!!ReplyDelete
Lovely! Love your blog! So inspires me...Hugs, ManuelaReplyDelete
Oh, no, you sold the bread knife! Then you better keep the soap dish, that's just too special. Love the soap you have in it! You really found some awesome things this week!ReplyDelete
I had a limoges dish that was similar, they called a butter dish.....ReplyDelete
Could it be a butter dish??
Major score on your ironstone soap dish Megan!!! And the price! Unbelievable!ReplyDelete
LOVE the soap dish!!! It's gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
Great find, your soap dish is adorable. Love the platters and twig baskets too! I found a twig basket at the thrift store last month and I can't wait to use it for flowers on my screen porch come summer.ReplyDelete
You soap dish is beautiful. And I so love love a thrift store find. Now, I didn't even know there was such a charming thing as an ironstone soap dish, but I know I want one.. And would you mind sharing the name of the ironstone book you mentioned.ReplyDelete
Sorry Carol just saw your question now! The book is called White Ironstone, A Survey of It's Many Forms by Schiffer Publishing, Neal bought it on Ebay for me. ~MeganDelete
Beautiful! If you are fond of contemporary products I'd advise checking the folling link: http://www.archiexpo.com/architecture-design-manufacturer/soap-dish-926.htmlReplyDelete