The Baker's Dozen that got away

Sometimes I like to go to E-bay, type in Vintage and click on time ending soonest to see what is out there that catches my fancy. I usually don't bid on the last minute bids unless it is something I have been watching and trying to get. Last night there were 13 items I saw that I either wish I had time to bid on them or wished the bidding wasn't so high or simply just liked them. Here is what I saw that caught my eye.

This Gingerbread Cookie jar. Would love to have this for Christmas time.

I remember these old cake decorating kits. I would think they would be easier to clean than the current plastic ones. 

Do you remember these? I always wanted one and never did get it. Just one of those things you never get around to doing. I had the adult products and thought my daughter would like the child size set. Wish now I would have bought her one way back when.

Remember Holly Hobbie? I loved all the stuff that had her on it. 

This is pretty neat. It is a vintage roasting fork. If I had this, I carry it to cookouts for my marshmallows.

I don't smoke and would never use this, but my Daddy smoked Camel with no filters until he was in his 60's and had his heart attack. He quit that day cold turkey and never went back. By then the damage was done and his heart paid the price. I am glad I never picked up the habit.

 Isn't this a precious vintage brooch (or broach, depending on your part of the world).

Of course, no trip to E-bay is complete without some Pyrex shopping. This would be great for meatloaf.

I like this fall pattern.

I have got to find me some fridgies. That is one type of Pyrex I have never come across in my thrift stores or yard sales.

Isn't this a lovely piece. I am not sure what you call the Pyrex bowls shaped like this, but I love them. Does anybody know there official name?

A couple of my dream bowls. I am going antique shopping this month and hope to find one of these.

And last but not least, this piece is so lovely. I will have to look up that pattern.

Well, there you have it. The ones I let get away.


Rachel said...

I have the Pyrex bowl you said would be cute for meatloaf. I will have to try that. I also have the pink one. I bought it from Billie. I think the blue one is called the Tulip pattern. I wish I had the little Tupperware set for Sis. Have a good day!!

Pamela said...

These are all awesome!

Creations By Cindy said...

Ooh, some oldies bur goodies there! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Beth said...

I have quite a few pyrex dishes. Most were shower gifts when I was married over 50 years ago.

Melissa said...

Love that broach! And I found the Golden Hex Signs bowl at the thrift and gave it to my mom for her Christmas display. Loving all of these things!