The Washerwoman

The Washerwoman

Sunday, 25 January 2009

Holiday time!

Just remembered that I bought this 1950's china just before my holiday. I had to have them to add to my collection of wacky vintage china. Each little skiing figure appears to be handpainted.
The mark on the bottom says "Broadhurst, England. Alpine". I bought them at the Exeter Flea market which is a new event & well worth a visit. The next one is on March 14th.

9 comments:

Country Cottage Chic said...

It's very cute!

Redwoodhouse said...

looks like a fantastic holiday, I just read 'hot chocolate' and now I want one!
The sking china is such good fun, a must buy.
Jan

Lucy B - Vintage Floral and Gingham said...

Very pretty!

Libby Buttons said...

What a great blog and I adore these dishes! What a fantastic find.
smiles
"LiBBy"

Libby Buttons said...

What a great blog and I adore these dishes! What a fantastic find.
smiles
"LiBBy"

Donna said...

Thanks for a lovely time today. Having seen your cups and saucers in the flesh I can confirm that they are indeed very beautiful, a great find!

Linda said...

Looks lovely hope you are fine , can't find your e mail address need to bend your ear about dolls and people that collect.?? love Lindy

Vintage to Victorian said...

Hi Liz

Lovely to see you today and I'm delighted with my purchases!

Gillie and I spent a 'working lunch' contemplating the DH fair idea and think it will work!

See you again soon.

Sue xx

BusyLizzie said...

Thank you for your comments, it was a great day!
Good to get immersed in textiles & old clothes after all that snow!
ha ha.
Lizzie xx