This is a trio of Harkerware stoneware cups, most likely from the 40s-60s. They are adorable in cool gray with other speckled colors! These were all thrifted over the years for about fifty cents each; maybe even less. The blue one is "Blue Mist", the white one is "White Cap", and the pink one is "Shell Pink". There is another color in this particular line of dishes, a yellow one called "Golden Dawn" which I have not come across yet in any of my thrift hunts, but am on the lookout for. Yes, I have seen plenty on eBay and Etsy and the like, but I enjoy the thrill of the hunt! Plus, the hunt is much less expensive AND I don't actively collect this pattern.
Since I have a downsize and a move coming up, I have considered selling these. But honestly, I rather like their versatility. They are a bit heavier in weight than most of my dinnerware patterns, but the colors go so well together. And they make such adorable dip/sauce bowls in addition to being great for hot beverages!
Pattern identification resource: HillHousewares.com.
Favorite music for the week: Foo Fighters featuring Zac Brown - "Congregation"
What are some of your favorite things this week? Music? Product? TV Show? Book? Recipe? Blog post? Feel free to link to any of your favorite things in the comments, and I will check them out!