Show and Tell Friday



Hi everyone! It's Friday and time for Show and Tell at Cindy's blog, "My Romantic Home".

A couple of weeks ago I won this antique tea/chocolate pot on Ebay. I paid about a total of $5.00 (that included shipping). It was made by the O.P. CO Syracuse China. That is the exact marking on the bottom. After a little research I discovered that it was made between 1897-1913. The company later became known as the Syracuse China Company. The pot is in perfect condition. I am so thrilled for finding it and getting it at such a great bargain!







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18 comments :

  1. That is a beautiful pot and a FABULOUS price!

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  2. A true antique. Wow. What a lucky deal. I'll bet it would go for a lot more in an antique mall. And so pretty, too. Rosie

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  3. Hi, Diann,
    Such a sweet little tea pot and you got quite a bargain there, too!! Thank you so much for sharing it with us. Blessings to you!! Vicki

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  4. You were very lucky to make such a good bargain !

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  5. That's just way beautiful!!!

    Mine's posted now...it's another new one for my collection of Holiday Decor..La Befana

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  6. Your teapot is so dainty and elegant. What a great bargain!

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  7. That is a beautiful teapot. And what a great price! A wonderful find.
    Jane

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  8. Wow! What a great deal and it's lovely too! Are you going to use it?

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  9. Sweet Bee, Oh yes. I love to use my pretty things. Even if it is just for me. LOL

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  10. What a pretty pot and such a great price!!!! Wow love a great deal. Congrats and thanks for sharing...it is lovely.

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  11. Woo hoo!!! You got a deal, and it's gorgeous to boot. You definitely scored on that one. Thanks for sharing. And thanks for visiting my blog & leaving me a comment on my Christmas decor.

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  12. Wow! what an awesome deal! It's beautiful!

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  13. What a smart and lucky lady you are to have snapped this up. It is a treasure indeed!

    GOOD FOR YOU, ENJOY!

    Thanks for sharing and have a GRAND weekend.

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  14. Great stuff! Can you post a photo of the back stamp to this post. Myself I won a bid on ebay for .99 cents, $18 for shipping on a 3 piece set that was made between 1895-97. It looks alot like the pattern you have here. cortbox101@yahoo.com

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