A Beatrice Potter Bunnykins plate by Royal Doulton makes a great gift for the child in your life. Children's dinnerware great for baptisms or birthdays, it depicts a mother and her little bunnies buying ice cream under the shade of a tree on a hot summer's day. Clearly labelled "English Fine Bone China", it is an 8" plate, and is vintage 1988. This adorable children's dish is in mint condition. Childrens Dishes Bunnykins Plate by Royal by TheMichiganAttic
Until the mid 1800s, refined white sugar was a comparatively scarce & expensive luxury. Coarse brown sugar, molasses, sorghum & to a lesser extend, maple sugar & syrup were the sweeteners of the 'everyday housewife'. Syrup pitchers (called "syrups" for short) were originally called molasses cans, or syrup jugs. This is GALLOWAY pattern is by U S Glass Co. made ca 1904. See lots of these early syrups at PatternGlass.com.
Flower Vase Bouquet Vase Vintage Anchor by TheMichiganAttic. This heavy vintage vase features Anchor Hocking's popular Star of David pattern in clear pressed glass. Standing 8" tall, this vase opens to accept any size bouquet and its 5 1/2" diameter opening umbrellas out to give perfect balance to its 3" diameter bottom. Easy to access with the watering can, this vase was a popular accent in home decor and for gift giving in the 1960's.