Sunday, May 4, 2014

Saturday's Treasures 5/3/2014

 
This has been a fun week.  On Monday, I had to go to a little town about 45 minutes from Tulsa.  And guess what I found on the way?  An antique store!  Imagine that!!  Then I went to an Estate Sale, the Flea Market and hit some garage sales.  So, here's the scoop on my loot!
 
I found quite few doilies, crocheted potholders and trim.... 
 
 
Two really pretty Cobalt blue pieces of Depression Glass...
 
 
a Mother's plaque (I have a whole hallway filled with these and I just keep finding them), a dainty little wall pocket with blue birds, three different vintage saucers, a serving dish, a small blue pitcher/creamer, two little teacups, and these....
 
 
I got three of these little rounded glass jars with metal lids.  They have been painted but are really worn off.  Does anyone have an idea what these are?
 
 
Found this dainty little cherry plate and this glass piece with cherries on it - don't know exactly what it is either.  Notice the bright red tablecloth with yellow forsythias on it?
 
 
A world globe, a whole roll of red and white dotted ribbon and this box full of these little green plaques.....
 
 
Love this Campbell Soup girl.  She's wood and very distressed.  In each hand is a small cup hook to hold potholders in the kitchen.  Should I brighten her up or leave her as is????
 
 
And last, but not least, I got this sweet smoking table.  It needs some work but the size is so cute.  It has a shelf on the inside.
 
 
Another successful week! 
 
Enjoy!
 
Judy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

44 comments:

  1. Love it, Judy! I've decided to start collecting green and pink depression glass. J

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  2. Major yummy. I so enjoy seeing what you find on Saturdays. Great smoking little table. Sweet. Nice pieces for your pillow cover projects too.
    Joy

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  3. Oh such pretty depression glass. Love so much the little blue and white creamer! Also the smoking table is really a great find! Glad you had a good time!

    hugs, Linda

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  4. Judy, I just love Depression Glass! I am fortunate enough to have several pieces in pink, but no others. The blue is wonderful.
    I love the little Campbell's Soup Girl. If I were going to keep her for myself, I would paint her. She doesn't look as much distressed as dirty. That could just be me.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Love your new things Judy. You are a good treasure hunter. xoxo,Susie

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  6. Maybe the little jars with lids once contained face cream. If the little glass piece with cherries on it is small it might be for toothpicks - if it is larger it might be for spoons. Whatever it it - it is certainly cute.

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  7. It's very hard to pick a favorite, but I do think your Campbell's Soup girl is rare, so I would pick it. I wouldn't paint it because whoever buys it might want to chose their own colours..

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  8. Oh my, your treasures are just delightful. Love the campbell soup girl. I would leave her as is and just enjoy ~

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  9. Jar with the painted lid - powder jar? Go on ebay, type in small, vintage glass jar with painted lid.
    Also, click on images on the main google page and you will see some there also.
    Really like the blue plate. Cobalt blue is my favorite shade of blue. Definitely looks like a successful sale hopping day. :)
    Have a great week.

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  10. Nothing better than a little junking adventure when you're out running errands. Wonderful vintage finds. I especially like the sweet Campbell's Soup girl. I'd gently clean her, but leave the paint as is.

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  11. fun finds . . . the smoking table has so many possibilities.

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  12. What great finds Judy especially the Cobalt blue glass - gorgeous! But I am totally smitten with the Campbell soup girl the most!!!!!

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  13. Great finds! I love that blue in the depression glass!

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  14. What great finds! I would love the globe for my desk. I've been wanting one for some time. I particularly love the table. I would paint and distress it! Soooo cute!

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  15. I have that same wall pocket, Judy! Inspired by the one you sent to me, I had to get another one. Love, love the Campbell Soup Kid - that is a real winner!

    Love to you,
    Claudia

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  16. Oh, forgot: I'd leave the Campbell Soup girl as is.

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  17. Looks like you had a very successful shopping trip!

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  18. Hi Judy, you hit another jackpot. Love your goodies and that last cabinet is a gem.
    Have a great week.
    hugs

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  19. I really like the colour of the depression glass, and the little Campbell soup girl is so cute.

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  20. ok first of all...don't touch the Campbell's girl. I love the distress on her...Secondly, I think those jars were for Talcum Powder. Just a slight memories from my mother's dressing table.

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  21. Fun smoking stand and cute Campbell soup girl. I would try to "fix" her up. Pretty tablecloth!
    warmly,
    deb

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  22. Oh, I'm crazy about the Campbell soup girl, what a great find! Oh I can't wait to see what you do with the table, it's just wonderful!

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  23. Beautiful pretties! Thankyou for stopping by my blog and for your lovely comment! Take care!
    Jennelise

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  24. Had no idea Depression glass came in cobalt. It is lovely. I think you probably got a really terrific price on the Campbell soup kid and could resell it for much more than you paid - but ONLY if it is not repainted! Please investigate them.I think it is a great piece!

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  25. Hi Judy, awesome finds! I especially love the plate with cherries. Well I love it all. I am a new follower, so nice to meet you. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Lecia

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  26. Oh Judy,
    I am so pleased to meet you!
    I love all of your treasured finds! My favourite is the smoker's table. I recently bought one too and can't decide whether to paint it white or not. They are so tiny and quaint! Thank you for visiting me! Karen

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  27. You are quite the treasure hunter. Love the Campbell girl, I'd leave her alone, she's so cute!

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  28. Love the globe, Judy! I've been thinking a collection of those in our home office would look good on top of the book cases. Especially since my husband mainly uses this room when he is working from home. Right now I have one, so I better get looking!

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  29. Lovely finds Judy.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  30. Hi Judy! Oh, I wish I come go thrifting with you! Love all of your treasures. I love your little Campbells' gal and I'd spiff her up a bit - she's just so cute! I'll bet Brenda is missing you. You and your husband have been so good to her!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  31. These are wonderful, Judy!!! I love it! I have great childhood memories with the little Campbell's soup gal!

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  32. HI Judy,
    I love all your treasures! That Campbell soup sign is my favorite. So cute! Thank you for leaving me a comment on my post and for following me. I just signed in to follow your blog and will be back to see your older posts!
    Nancy

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  33. Wow, look at all your new treasures! Everything is so cute. Hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day! Blessings, Martha

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  34. Great treasures, Judy! I'd love to see how you use your treasures in your home...you mentioned your hallway with the Mother plaques. I'd love to see that! :-) I love the smoking table. Will you be painting it and using it somewhere in your home?

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  35. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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  36. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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  37. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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  38. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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  39. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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  40. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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  41. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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  42. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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  43. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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  44. Wow, those are some wonderful finds, Judy! I'm especially loving that globe. I think it's great that globes and maps have become such decorating statements.

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