That’s my to-do list almost every weekend….. Mom and I hunt and buy vintage treasures then I wash and dry them (at least the things that are washable) for pricing and display.
So what made it to the drying mat this week?
First, we found 6 cereal bowls. I was told that they had been used for serving ice cream…. Homemade ice cream! Yum!!! I haven’t been able to identify the manufacturer, but I suspect they may be GlasBake because of the little "bumps" on the bottoms.
Next, we found a sweet platter with a pretty rose decal. It is marked
. I thought the cute Made in USA salt and pepper shakers were the perfect companions to the platter. Japan
I wondered, though, how one could distinguish the salt from the pepper since they were not marked, but after closer examination I noticed that one of the holes in the pepper shaker had been purposely filled in. How clever!!!
Lastly, we discovered a red-dot Hazel Atlas mug, a pretty
Delft heart-shaped box, a vintage Calumet Baking Powder can and an souvenir plate. Alabama
It’s funny… I rarely find a
souvenir plate. Mississippi
Maybe I should to go to
to find one! Alabama
I’m linking to the following parties:
Nifty Thrifty Tuesdays at Coastal Charm
Knick of Time Tuesday at Knick of Time