I cooled off and went straight to Indy's Irish Fest - aka Half Way to St. Patty's Day with the bf! We drank several mugs of Guiness and ate some delicious fish and chips from one of the local Irish restaurants. That really helped me get over the loss of my beautiful S&P shakers.
My mom attended an auction Saturday with her sister and supposedely spent a good portion of my money - so I can't wait to see what she bought for me! She's coming over this evening - so I hope to share it with you this week.
Sunday I drove about an hour to a HUGE auction in Tipton, Indiana. I was there for about 7 hours total. I came away with some good stuff... (and pardon my crappy cell phone pics - I need a new digital camera - you can even see my finger in one!)
|Candy jar, Pyrex Butterprint, awesome blue floral swanky swigs.|
|Awsome set of dishes (Japan), Homestead|
Pyrex dish, and Early American Pyrex dish.
|3 Fire King bowls, and largest Butterprint bowl. I'm gonna have |
to keep it for myself, it has a couple chips on the rim. Darn!
|Green depression sorbert cup, 4 mini orange glasses, 6 ruby red|
swanky swigs, pink band Pyrex sugar bowl, 4 green/black Fire
|Lot of medicine bottles.|
|Quart and pint Lightening jars.|
|Half gallon and quart Tight Seal jars.|
|Quart cross Mason's Improved with |
glass cross lid and cross Mason's
improved Nov. 30th 1858 jars.
|Half gallon and quart Root Mason jars.|
|Ball Mason's patent Nov 30th 1858 |
half gallon and Mason's patent Nov
30th 1858 quart.
|Half gallon Ball Ideal, and S Mason's|
|2 crazy quilt tops. One on the left is round.|
|A load of vintage linens and penant.|
|Cute tin tea set, lard adv. tin, camel s&p, 2 cameras, |
and transistor radio.
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