Friday, May 24, 2013

Saturday Treasures

 
 

 
So, I'm a little late on posting my treasures from last Friday at Estate Sales and Garage Sales.  Also, a few sales I hit on Saturday.
 
I found two of the wooden spoon holders which I used to hold my vintage hankerchiefs .
 
 
If you are interested in one, I will be putting them on my Etsy shop.  Contact me if you are interested.
 
There was also some beautiful pieces of china - a serving bowl and a gravy pitcher, four dainty little trays with a pink ceramic rose......
 
 
 
 
a china pink wooden shoe, a small white pitcher, a little bottle with an interesting blue pattern ceramic lid, a china ????? with strawberries and look at the two little Peanut characters.
 
 
Don't know what the yellowish - green goblet is.
 
 
Got two really pretty vintage mirrors, a silver brush with engraved initials, a German stein, an old tin sifter and look at that gorgeous lamp shade.  Love the shape.
 
 
I believe these are knife rests - still in the original box.
 

 
Look at this wonderful vintage metal bread box with the lid!!
 
 
Love this darling little bottle!  I'm pretty sure it's silver.  It's only about 3" tall.  Does anyone know what it is???
 
 
And last, but not least, these two vintage pieces of china.  Yes, they both have chips, but I will figure out something to do creative with them.
 
Enjoy!
 
Till next time, Judy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


19 comments:

  1. I love all your china pieces, and that bread box!! Such awesome finds Judy!

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  2. I love all your china pieces, and that bread box!! Such awesome finds Judy!

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  3. I'd take the red and white. Oh, and that pretty quilt!
    Brenda

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  4. I always intend to take pictures of my finds when I bring them home, but so many times the dissapate before I can...Great finds you found. I'm in love with the bread box...I love enamel ware so much,,,do you intend to list it in your shop...maybe you could tell me how much it is...I'd surely love to have that... I hope you have an excellent hunt this weekend as well...
    glenda@ Serendipity Cottage...

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  5. Pretty sure one of my grandma's had a enamelware box like yours. They called it a vegetable crisper. Perhaps for back in the days before seperated drawers in the refrigerator??? Of course, it could be used for many things!

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  6. Wow, you really made a haul. You found some great stuff. Have a blessed day.

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  7. I love that enamel box too! Are you sure it's a bread box? So are you selling it? Did you find the quilt too?

    Love your stuff you find!

    Cheery wave from
    Bev

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  8. Just guessing, but I think that the wonderful little bottle is probably a perfume bottle for an evening purse. You had some pretty amazing success. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

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  9. The bread box is fantastic! I wish I were more of a vintage person. Now...how do you find so many estate sales...do you have to travel far? I live in a neighborhood where there are a lot of homes that go up for sale after the elderly owners have passed, but it's just not very frequently. We do have a lot of garage/yard sales now with the warm weather and I love to spend a Friday morning doing that. We'll see what this summer brings!

    XO,
    Jane

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  10. Oh my! Love your finds. I thought the red rim metal box was my fav and then I saw that fabulous bottle! I love the hankies in the spoon rack too. Such a clever idea! I love that quilt to display it all. Have a fun weekend!

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  11. I never knew that the enamel piece like that was a bread box? Great finds, always so fun to look at them.

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  12. The bread box is my favorite:) I have never heard of a knife rest, glad you knew what it was. All great finds this week:)

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  13. I think the yellow-green goblet is Depression Glass. And the little bottle with the silver cover might be a smelling salts holder to use when women used to swoon!

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  14. HAPPY I found your blog...lots of my fav color...RED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  15. You did so good! You have me tempted to get in the car and see what I can find but I am still purging. Since I don't have our little booth anymore I have no reason to by...darn! I love the bread box.

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  16. Wow! You hit the jackpot. What great treasures you found. I'm loving that bread box. I also love the quilt that is behind your treasures. laurie

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  17. Is it a tiny perfume bottle?? I love the red enamelware, so handy to store lots of treasures in but probably never bread..smile!

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  18. I thought the yellow-greenish goblet was Carnival Glass. Just sayin'...

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  19. My mother had a graniteware pan like this one, but with black trim, & it was used as a roaster in the oven. I have 2 red & white ones like yours in 2 sizes. I wish I had hers. I think she threw it out when it developed holes from decades of use. :( Mary

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