After hearing about The Brown House, I finally looked it up and stopped by for a visit and am I glad I did! It’s a charming and yes, brown house in Homewood, that cute little area of town that I told you about last summer.
It’s a shop in a charming cottage and they have lots of English ironstone, antiques, pottery, and more. You would all love it, I’m quite sure!
Here’s the side porch. Doesn’t it look welcoming?
What a cute place! And wait til we go inside.
Real antique English ironstone. I think these sorts of pieces are way out of my budget, but it sure is fun to look. I’ll keep collecting my yardsale pieces and they will have the same effect sitting on my shelves. English ironstone sure is pretty though!
Blue and white, more antique transferware.
I loved this little window and how the sun was coming in at just the right angle to show off these blue and white dishes.
More huge shells in a metal basket.
They feature pottery made in Mound Bayou, Mississippi, called Peter’s Pottery. I had never heard of it, but it’s very pretty and I loved the shapes and glazes on them. The prices were actually not bad on these pieces. Handmade pottery has always drawn me in. I think I’ll have to save my pennies and get one of those bunnies.
Look at all the animals and shapes on these cute covered dishes. More vignettes around the store, at every turn.
They specialize in English brown and white transferware too. Oh, if only I had this much display space. I love the brown and white!
This was such a gorgeous scene right in the window.
Red and white transferware.
Antiques and collectibles.
Brown and white transferware closer.
More English ironstone.