We went from feast to famine with yard and estate sales this past weekend; however, there are a few things from the last few months that I haven’t shown you. Most of the items sport bright and cheery primary colors combined with white and one is pure white.
These two little enamelware cups spoke loudly to me. They are made by TrEs of Monterrey, Mexico and are only 2” tall. I’ve not been able to discover any information about them, except that the company made similar wares in both kid and adult sizes.
I’ve sold several of these enamelware butter warmers; at least I think that’s what they are. This cobalt blue warmer is a little larger than most of the ones I find. They can also be used to warm sauces or gravies and come in other bright colors like red, yellow and lime green and always with white interiors.
Also in the brightly-colored category is this oval Daisy Pyrex lid. I’m sure that I’ll find the casserole for it one day…..hopefully that will be sooner rather than later.
And now for the pure white, I found this 6-1/2” tall stoneware pitcher. It’s marked
and I think it’s probably McCoy, but my book only shows it with advertising on it. USA
I just had to add a “pop” of bright red!
I hope you found some treasures this weekend!
I’m linking to the following parties:
Flea Market Finds at Her Library Adventures
Nifty Thrifty Tuesdays at Coastal Charm
Knick of Time Tuesday at Knick of Time