So I was doing the happy dance when I came across these beauties during one of my recent thrift store runs! I was definitely having a white-is-right kind of shopping day.
I'm not sure about the age of the big pitcher or if it's ironstone; it has an embossed stamp I can't read. But because the stamp is embossed, and there is a little bit of pitting, I think it's vintage. This adorable little teapot is English ironstone (marked). The pitcher was $4 at Goodwill and the teapot was $2 at a local thrift store.
I found a set of 10 of these glasses at The Salvation Army for $1 a piece. Score! It was their 40% off sale day. I also picked up a set of six in pink, which I'll be selling. Or maybe not. They're pretty cute.
Twelve milkglass bud vases were waiting for me at another shop (I'm just showing a few here). Most are Hoosier glass from Indiana or Brody glass from Cleveland, which are collectible. The prices ranged from 50 cents to $1 a piece for the small vases and $1.50 to $2 for the larger ones. These are great for wedding decor, or clustered on a large dining table.
I don't think this little bud vase is vintage, but it's very sweet. I got the little candy dish/pedestal from the same thrift shop.
I even found the little wood table-thingy that I'm using for display during my thrift store foray. I have no idea what it is or what it was used for, but I painted it white and figured I'd come up with something!
That's what so great about white--you can always find a place for it somewhere!