It was "slim pickin's" in the hunt for vintage this holiday weekend. That's Southern for "not too much to pick from." I did, however, manage to get to a moving sale earlier in the week and I found a few interesting things to show you.
I bought a wooden plate rack and a pretty Copeland Spode plate (you actually got a peek of it in my last post). There was also a colorful linen towel with a Mardi Gras theme and an unusual 3-legged vase with an elaborate building pictured on one side.
Do you recognize the building?
I also found a copy of A Cook’s Tour of Mississippi (1980), a set of green salt and pepper shakers, a dish with peacocks and a nice dishcloth with embroidery on huck toweling.
Lastly I discovered an interesting silver rectangular trivet/cradle. I think it’s probably used to cradle a Pyrex casserole, but I’m not sure.
I think, instead, I will cut a piece of glass or wood for it and use it as a serving tray.
Do you have another idea for it?
I’ll be linking to the following parties:
Flea Market Finds at Her Library Adventures
Thrift Share Monday at Apron Thrift Girl
Magpie Monday at Me and My Shadow