Thursday, July 7, 2011

"O" is for....

It’s time to offer up my next edition of the Alphabe-Tour. These tours give me the opportunity to show you items that you might observe should you visit my booths at Southern Antique Mall in Laurel, Mississippi. “O” was indeed a challenge, but nonetheless, several qualified objects occupy my shelves. Nothing outrageous, but there were a few ordinary things, some old-fashioned things and one very odd thing!

Are you ready?


“O” is for….

Orange Juice glasses



Oval picture frame



O’Keefe & Merritt Cook Book



Oxford Mixing Bowl



Occupied Japan Demitasse Cup



OvenServe Pie Plate by Homer Laughlin




Oleander Sugar and Creamer by Indiana Glass



Owl Tray by Couroc




and the very odd
One Way Bug Box

Cricket box - Made in Mississippi


“O” is now over, but “P” has lots of possibilities!!!


In order to make it easier for you to check out previous installments of my alphabetical tours, just click on The Alphabe-Tour tab under my header. From there you can quickly visit any of the previous letters.


I’ll be linking to the following parties:

Vintage Thingie Thursday at The Coloradolady
Time Travel Thursday at Brambleberry Cottage
Thrifty Thursday at Tales from Bloggeritaville
Treasure Hunt Thursday at Blue Creek Home
Thrifty Things Friday at The Thrifty Groove
Inspiration Friday at At the Picket Fence
Fridays Unfolded at Stuff and Nonsense

32 comments:

  1. Orange these the cutiest glasses! I like you list!

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  2. What wonderful vintage thins you have. I would love to visit that mall. I have a sister in Mississippi, but not near you.

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  3. I have that pie plate! and a carafe to match those glasses. OH! have a great day!

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  4. Gosh are we up to "O" already! I am enjoying your tour of your vintage items so much. Love the 'one way bug box'... I must say the orange juice glasses are sooooo cute!! hugs, Linda

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  5. What a fun post! I wish I was close enough to visit your booth. Great "O" items!

    Enjoy your day.
    Pam

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  6. OH! :)
    I have my heart set on a set of those orange glasses. Wish I lived near Laurel!
    I remember those cricket boxes from the few times we BOUGHT bait when I was growing up. It was a fishing OCCASION on the days we didn't just catch our OWN.
    Too fun--and that mixing bowl is so beautifully BLUE!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Too funny!!
    I love the bug thing!!!!

    How do you know what all this stuff is!? You're gooooood!!!

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  8. Great stuff!! The blue, Oxford, mixing bowl it's just like the one I'm using in my 4th. July table...it's vintage, my hubby's grandmother's.....so wonderful to know what all the pieces are. Love the cook book. Hugs, FABBY

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  9. LOL! I am so enjoying these alphabet posts Sherry! And all your "O's" are Original, Offbeat and Outstanding! Thank you for joining TTF and I hope you are having a Opulent day! (Wow, the letter "O' was a little difficult! LOL)

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  10. OH MY GOSH -- love the One Way Bug Box -- never have seen one. I must visit your booths soon to look at the cookbook.
    Thanks for fun things!!!!

    deb

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  11. Obviously you have many more "o's" that your originally once thought:)! Love the blue mixing bowl. Sounds like the "p's" will prove to be a piece of cake!

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  12. Love all the "O's"!!!! I bet it's a fun way to post all your goodies!

    Jody

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  13. I love the orange juice glasses and all of your neat things! I can't wait to go to some of my favorite stores and see what I can find...maybe tomorrow! ♥

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  14. "O" yes! What a great O post. I really like the Oleander sugar and creamer, but my favorite is the One Way Out bug box.

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  15. Oh how cute! Great finds as always. The big 400+ Mile Yard Sale is coming up in Aug. on Hwy. 127. Hope you get to run that one. We love it. Blessings.

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  16. Great "O's". You have Made some great finds.

    I have just embarked on my own alphabet. I am doing colours though. It's great fun though isn't it!

    Great blog

    Jo

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  17. Love the orange juice glasses!

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  18. You had some great O's this week. I adore little vintage juice glasses.
    I have that Oleander sugar bowl, I just didn't know what it was until now.
    Thanks for coming to THT
    Rhonda

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  19. o my...i do like your o collections...especially the bug box and vintage cookery book...so fun...thanks for sharing on fridays unfolded!

    alison
    stuff and nonsense

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  20. My, you have a lot of O's. Your smiling orange OJ glasses are pretty cool.

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  21. "O" this is a great post. love those happy little glasses. Thanks for sharing the fun at VIF! xo Debra

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  22. Sherry, you must have laid awake at night thinking of things for "O". What a good job you did! Yes, that bug box is a bit curious!

    Have you ever seen my flag print around? I DO LOVE it!!

    Donna

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  23. Fun post and neat treasures! Thanks so much for sharing them with us at Inspiration Friday!
    Vanessa

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  24. Love all of your O's, especially the orange juice glasses.

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  25. You have a lot of great "O's" there.:))
    xo bj

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  26. That bug box is indeed odd...but my son would love it!

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  27. You are too funny. Some of your posts "crack me up"! Love the "O" theme, happy weekend. Tiffany

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  28. Sherry, I would love to see your booth, that cookbook is great! If you get into your mosaic projects and have any questions, be sure to give me a holler!! The glass cutter is really the key to success. Adding a little mosaic tile like in my little shelf really helps sell in my booth.

    Carol

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  29. Oh, what wonderful things. I remember OJ juice glasses like those, but now don't know who had them!! They really are so cute!! Happy VTT!

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