Tis the season for the churches in our little county to hold their Fall Festivals.
I find the BEST treasures at these sales and look forward to them every year.
The largest one will be held this coming Saturday. Woo Hoo!
Sharing some of my fun finds from last weekend.
I've been finding a lot of those lately. The all gold flowers is a Coro with the
original paper label still attached. Sweet old gravy pitcher, fall colors.
What is wrong with this Pyrex? Yup, the top is not a match, but
for 50 cents at a church sale, who cares. :)
Sweet hankies, and the 2 rooster cocktail napkins. Couldn't resist them!
This is an estate sale find I hit after the church sales. A one day sale with
half price in the afternoon. :)
I've always liked these vintage serving trays. Many, many moons ago
Mr. Retro and I honeymooned in Atlantic City, NJ, so
this had to come home with me.
Sweet vintage enamelware coffee and tea pots, designed by Georges Briard.
Sorry the photo isn't better, already had put them on a kitchen shelf, and
quickly pointed my camera up at them.
My BEST fun find in a long time, this Happy Hannah electric hair dryer.
Such great graphics, and still in the original retailer display box!
I'll let the rest photos do the talking.
Purchase price $13.95, which sounds a little steep to me, but it could also be
gotten with "sav-a-stamp" books. Never heard of them, have you?
Must have been like S&H green stamps though.
Proudly Made in Whitman, Massachusetts
I have no idea what I will do with it, it might be
terrifying fun to plug
it in and see if it still works. That's my share for today. See anything here you like?
I'll be back with more later. Have a great week friends!
Lots of fun thrifties to see there!