The moment I read "Made in Holland," I know I am dealing with souvenirs.
We still bring Dutch Treats to our American friends and family. As I never kept track of who received what, I am sure I have repeated some blue/white cuties in the 35 years since I first made those trips over the "puddle."
On Saturday we visited one of our favorite Dutch second hand shops "Het Goed." As we still need a couple of pieces of furniture in our newly remodeled Beltway apartment, we first checked out the furniture. My hub was on a roll, and he found two good rotan chairs that we can use as "extra" living room chairs. At 10 Euros each, I can whip up some new filling for the ecru pillows. And they cleaned up nicely!
Then he found these two petite cornflower pans from Corning that were popular in the 1960's.
Then he found these:
In search of Pyrex ( preferably European), I found the following:
Top right is a Sovirel France bowl probably made in living memory (vintage).
And I found a cup and saucer like a breakfast set we received as a wedding gift (Eschenbach Bavaria-Germany) in 1980.
Nothing on this table costed more than 1.50 Euros each. In fact, the cup and saucer were 75 Euro cents!