Thursday, October 21, 2010

Catching up on showing you my finds

Zero-ing in on a few more recent finds.
The sweetest old baby feeding dish from England....check out that golliwog riding the wooden horse! Too cute!

Lots of glass and china, cheap, cheap, cheap!!
A vintage gameboard, snakes and ladders type with neat graphics!
Old cookbooks (I love looking through them) and old music book
A beautiful amethyst glass footed bowl.
Saved from the garbage, looks like this came from an order for a watch. Love the old handwriting!
I don't think I showed you this batch of buttons
This gorgeous iridescent art glass lampshade was in a box of junk. A very "good" piece, so I did well with the resale on Ebay.

Some of the old silver pieces, sitting on the most delicious pink depression glass platter.
I'm saying goodnight with a beautiful sunrise picture from Tuesday morning. From my deck, it was spectacular!
Goodnight all!


Jodie (everything vintage) said...

I SO can NOT breathe while looking at all this gorgeous-ness that you found!!!! Wow!!!!

It's a good thing I don't know exactly where you live...these would be missing in the morning!
(tee hee!!!)

You found some awesome things girl...AWESOME!

Have a wonderful weekend Lucy :)

vintagesusie & wings said...

Oh Miss Lucy...
Your finds are always AWESOME!!!! I keep tellin you, if it wasn't so darn cold up there, I would try & come & scoop up all those amazing finds before you!!! I LOVE the baby bowl, anything vintage baby is a must have on my list!
Big Hugs & we're on our way to Los Algodones for a long weekend! You'll be comin our way soon!

Maureen said...

Oh I agree what fabulous finds!

vintagesusie & wings said...

Ok, I just went back & looked at your 1st 2 attempts at soldering & they are both awesome! I would have been thrilled with either of those results. The scallops are so cute, but I'd better learn with straight foil before I try a challenge like that! Why don't mine try out so nice! Arrggghhhhhh

Susan HP said...

Your finds are fabulous, as always, but I would definitely trade all the great stuff in the world for that sunrise on your deck. Goooooooorgeous!!!!