There's a great little charity shop next to my doctors surgery that's connected to an old folks club. So basically most donations are from the old ladies who attend the club. Cue...lots of gorgeous china and bric a brac. The charity shop is a wee walk away so I don't go often, but when I do I always come out smiling.
Lookey what I got...
|Royal Albert "Forget me Not" Coffee Pot £1|
|Royal Stafford "Olde English Garden" tea cup and saucer £1|
|Royal Albert "Rhododendron" tea cup 50p|
|Glass cake stand £1|
|Royal Imperial tea cup, saucer and plate £2|
|Silesia sugar bowl £1.50|
Everytime I buy some china I always have a look online to see how old the piece is and what it's true value is. I likes me a bargain I do. I found the coffee pot on a replacement china website for £73.10! Can you believe it.?! Do wonder whether I should go back to the charity shop and give them a donation though. Seems a bit unfair if you know what I mean.
What do you think? Should I?