It was teeny treasure time!
I had to pick up a few of the items.
There were doll tea sets.
This sweet trio.
This larger collection - still incomplete, but there were seventeen pieces of it.
Eight saucers - all doll-sized.
Chipped with green plaid bows and pink flowers.
A small Shawnee elephant cream pitcher - about five inches high.
He is listed in my Etsy shop.
Remember before buying the flood of reproductions of figural pottery pieces in the late 1980's and 90's.
I am no expert when it comes to telling the difference!
There were dozens of horse figurines.
I chose a lead horse and a distressed china one.
Also had to have the elf!
The last two were not miniatures.
This bulldog is missing the tips of his ears and was more than I should have paid for him, but look at his expression.
"Take me home! Take me home!"
Last teeny treasure is about three inches high.
A figural puppy planter.
A few tips of his fur missing, but overall he is so ugly, he is cute!
This post catches you up with last week's finds.
The next post will be all about crawling the Low Country with my niece Leia.
Let's just say it has taken me all day to unload and photograph the contents of the truck.
I think it will take TWO posts!
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