Another great find, this set of thirty pieces in Homer Laughlin Co. Greenbriar pattern, a Georgian Eggshell form, very fine, thin china with a pretty transfer pattern of blackberries and gold trim on a cream background. The dishes date from the 1940s and are in wonderful shape. I picked the set up for less than fifteen dollars and just sold it for sixty-five. It is probably worth more, but why be greedy? I like to turn things around quickly. Now I have to pack it all up to ship tomorrow.
Finding small treasures like this for resale is very exciting for me and keeps me going back to second hand and thrift stores, auctions and yard sales. It’s an adventure that provides a part-time income and lets me be my own boss.