Anyhoo, here's what I've bought from the thrifts since I've been home from my California vacation. Also, I hope you notice a little difference in my photos. I'm trying harder to take better looking photos.
|love these butterfly swanky swigs!|
|I have 4 of these fire king casserole dishes now... who wants one?|
|Glabake casserole in perfect condition. 2 Fire King french casseroles.|
|top: Federal cassrole bottom: Glasbake casserole|
|yellow mug (no marking), 3 pyrex marked mugs|
|FK peach lustre and blue flowers casserole|
|8 "blue flame" swanky swigs|
|vintage ice bucket and egg beater|
|The half gallon says: THE BALL JAR MASON'S PATENT|
NOV 30, 1858. It is my deal of the day, I paid 50c for it and
my fruit jar books says it's worth $40-50!! The others are
Hazel Atlas and Ball.
|I'm not selling this. I bought this as a little work table so I can|
do more work in bed, instead of at a desk. :) The bed is so
much more comfortable. Who else does their computer
work in bed?
|Had to rescue this, even though graniteware doesn't sell very well.|
The money went to a good cause though, which makes me feel good.
|Isn't this 1967 Lucy Thermos cute? I don't think it has ever been used!|
|I wish I could find more interesting things like this at the thrift.|
These 2 vintage cake toppers are awesome!
Any helpful cleaning techniques??
I hope everyone has a beautiful day! The rest of mine will be spent photographing individual items and listing them on eBay and Etsy. The links to my stores are off to the right.