Friday, June 8, 2012

Culinary Treasures

 Ever since the cabinets were painted green, I've been obsessing over white ironstone.
After much stalking on Ebay, I found a few treasures that I'm excited about, like this covered butter dish.

 And these little pots.  One for horseradish and one for mustard or jam.

The horseradish pot came with a glass lid and a little spoon.
Mr. A hates horseradish, but I love it!  

The plain white mustard pot is military china, stamped U.S.Q.M.C., which means United States Quartermaster Corps.
Mr. A loves mustard, but I'm not a fan!

One thing we both agreed on is this French basket, originally used to hold six bottles of champagne, which we found in Petaluma last weekend at Siena Antiques. 

Perfect size for a picnic too.
A picnic with butter, horseradish, mustard and champagne?
Sure!  Just add bread, roast beef and flutes!

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Karen said...

I love ironstone and I really like your finds. The basket is wonderful...picnic season is here.

The French Hutch said...

Beautiful finds for your new kitchen. The white ironstone is gorgeous. I'm in love with the butter dish.
Your picnic sounds like a good plan, menu delish!

The French Hutch

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Gorgeous new find. I love the butter dish, so different and such a beauty. The basket is a fabulous find too. Hugs, Marty

Gina said...

And a blue and white checkered tablecloth. Happy picnicing.

Pura Vida said...

These are treasures indeed

Kathysue said...

Hi D! Your new covered ironstone is going to look amazing in your new fridge. I see some fridgescaping in your future. I am coveting the butter dish!! xo

gme said...

You just find the neatest stuff! It all looks beautiful.

Mary Ann Pickett said...

Love it all ...especially the French basket.

Unknown said...

Gorgeous pieces. Love the ironstone and the basket!

Jacqueline said...

Delores, these finds are fabulous - horseradish? How fun is that!!! Your basket is wonderful too. I need to spend more time hunting on ebay!

Hitchhiker42 said...

I love the military mustard pot! Wow, is that a date stamp from 1941? Very cool.

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