Another find: a turkey-shaped salt and pepper shaker set, originally $6.99, marked down to $3.14. "These actually look expensive, like antique ironstone china from the early 19th century," Mary McDonald says. "I have a lot of real ironstone dishes and they would fit right in, and at this price, I'd buy a number of sets for the Thanksgiving table. They're decorative and people don't have to reach for the salt and pepper." Read David A. Keeps' related article and check out our Homes of the Times photo galleries.
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