Monday, February 11, 2013

Most recent thrift finds.


 
 
The vintage tree stump with mushroom garden items above are actually a set of salt and pepper shakers. They are exceptionally tall and I hadn't seen anything like them before. Needless to say they came home with me. I also found a vintage 1972 linen towel that was in excellent condition for it's age. I fell in love with covered bridges on my trip to Vermont. The hanging owl is a candle holder. These items are listed on butterflyplace.storenvy.com .

 
 
 
 
I found this lovely Pyrex juice pitcher, many souvenir state trays. These are two from Pennsylvania. There is a tray and a bowl. I haven't seen many bowls and I was excited. Then there was this darling vintage Santa tin can. It measures four inches tall and two inches in diameter. I couldn't resist the illustrations on this tin.
 
 
 
The rest of the souvenir state trays will be listed in the next few days. I have taken all of the pictures and edited them. There's a tray from Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, West Virginia and Tennessee and they are all in wonderful condition. I am always amazed when I sell one of these trays. I think it was a great score even though I didn't find any fabric this week.
 
Please stop by and see what's new on butterflyplace.storenvy.com and butterflyplace.etsy.com . I'm having a great time listing items on eBay also. The money from eBay is supporting my on-line stores. Ah... the art reselling.
 
 
 

7 comments:

Wendy said...

I would have totally grabbed those souvenir state trays! Very cool!!!

Heather@Tatter and Fray said...

I agree with Wendy ^^ on the trays; very cool find!

Karen said...

That little owl is one like my Mom had! The trays are really nice and unusual. Visiting from Young Heart link. xx

LV said...

Enjoyed seeing all you great finds. The tall salt and pepper shakers are interesting.

L'Heure Bleue At Home said...

I really like the owl candle holder. Great finds!

Sally Annie Magundy said...

You found a lot of fun stuff! I adore the S&P's.

Happy VTT!

Diann said...

What fun vintage treasures! The salt and peppers are so retro. Thanks for sharing at TTF.