MOLLIESFARM

MOLLIE'S ECLECTIC

Oregon, United States · 265 Sales

MOLLIESFARM

MOLLIE'S ECLECTIC

Oregon, United States 265 Sales On Etsy since 2011

4.5 out of 5 stars
(92)

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Floral Teacup and Saucer, Colclough 6791
US$14.00
Wedgewood American Clipper Teacup and Saucer
US$18.00
Floral Teacup and Saucer, Rosina 4866 Blue
US$20.00
Anchor Hocking Burple Green Sherbets, Set of 3
US$18.00
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Reviews

Average item review
4.5 out of 5 stars
(92)
Robin McCauley Lynch

Robin McCauley Lynch on Aug 4, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

SUPER fast shipment and packaged very well. Item is as described and I love it! Thank you!

Juliana Quartaroli

Juliana Quartaroli on Jul 14, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Lovely golden filigree teacup and saucer... in great condition and well-packed. Thank you!!

pjmhara

pjmhara on Jul 5, 2016

1 out of 5 stars

This cup didn't arrive.

Mollie

Mollie responded on Jul 8, 2016

I refunded this order on the same day it was placed. I couldn't ship it to Japan for the amount paid. I sent an email immediately regarding the issue. I am sure that it was a language problem that caused the misunderstanding. I informed her of this when she posted this review, and she said she understood, but the review has not been updated. Again, I believe it is just a language problem. Mollie

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About

It all started with my Mother's milk glass.

When my Mother died, I inherited a few pieces of milk glass that I had always liked. One bowl was used in my wedding for a flower arrangement. There was also a pitcher and some tumblers that we had used when we were children. There were originally 8 tumblers, but by the time I got them there were only 3. I went to Etsy to find some tumblers to replace them, and found a set. That was my first purchase.

I started attending a local auction and started acquiring more milk glass. I also found a big pie safe that I used to house the collection. Soon I had filled it, but kept finding more. Then, my Mother-in-law died, and I got some depression glass and crystal pieces from her estate.

Now that I had too much, I decided to start selling some of the pieces that I didn't have room for on Etsy. As sales picked up, I started acquiring more at auction and at thrift stores. I started researching glass and china and was able to be more discriminating in my tastes and learning the values of different items.

Now I have my whole sewing room full of stuff and I am trying to get it all photographed and listed.

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