Born, raised and lived in Kansas all my life. Then in November of 2007, my husband and I moved to the east coast. My husband's dream has been to renovate an old house. So, here we are in a house built in 1890 and we work hard to keep it from falling down around our ears. Sometimes I wonder, "What were we thinking!?"
My blog is about what is happening in my life as I adjust to living in the south, adjust to being an empty nester, adjust to menopause, adjust to being a grandma...
It is time for another installment of Vintage Thingies Thursday hosted by dear Suzanne of ColoradoLady. Make sure you hurry over there to see all the wonderful antique, vintage and retro things that others have to share.
Several years ago, I bought this large enamelware bowl at an auction. I probably paid more for it than it was worth, but I loved it and was going to take it home with me. Since then, I have seen a couple of other bowls in different sizes but they have all been in bad condition.
At my local flea market last weekend, I found the little bowl that matches. It is in mint condition and cost $5.
I love the colors in these bowls. They always cheer me when I look at them. Notice that the large bowl has the light green trim on the inside of the bowl while the small bowl has the trim on the outside of the bowl.
There are no markings on these bowls. I do not know if this pattern has a name or not. Can any one out there shed any light on these?
I'm always looking for these bowls. Maybe some day I will find in between sizes.