Look at that fluffy butt!!!Chow Chows carry their tails like plumes and are fiercely proud of them. Just a small tip, never try to touch a chow chows tail. They do not take kindly to that!
Back from the groomer and positioned for cooking.
Eeeeesh....more glass. If anyone sees anything really desirous, point it out to me and maybe it will become a giveaway! I found these two matching cake plates. Sweet.
Another divided tray.
And a sunflower bowl.
Which, when put together, makes a nice serving dish.
I love this piece. This is one I am keeping. I've never seen one of these before. It is a very ornate covered divided dish.
I paid 9.00 for this which is much more than I usually cough up. I thought this was special though.
Three more of these. For a dollar each, they are rivaling paper plates.
And yet another divided dish.
I am now using this little pressed glass dish to serve toast for breakfast.
Two matching nappies. Can you believe these were 49 cents each?
Three footed pressed glass bowls. These were marked 1.29 each but it was half off day soooooo....65 cents.
There are just endless glass sugars and creamers every where I go. They are usually marked 49 cents. Though they don't always match, I like the idea of combining odd pieces.
Plus, the sugar bowls can always be used as spooners.
Another citrus juicer....1.29.
A cute little pedestal candy dish for 99 cents.
I have been finding a lot of pressed glass leaf dishes. I think I will put them all together for a giveway.
A cute syrup dispenser. I often make french toast with leftover homemade bread and give it to neighbors so this will come in handy.
Two more little pitchers. I use these all the time to serve gravy. I also make my daughter's morning tea in these.
And SCORE....I found one of my McCoy cauldrons. It was 95 cents. I have never paid so little for one of these.
This is for the mother in law.....ugh! But she will like it and that will make my husband happy so.......God....are you watching this??????
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