These are some items I saw last week when I was at a few of the local antique stores. I didn't buy any of these items, but I thought I would share some of the more interesting finds our local stores have. Some had good prices; some not so good. The first think I saw made me think of Hanna and Erica over at Thrifting Sisters. They love vintage Christmas and this piece was exquisite.
I couldn't believe I found an entire gooseberry set, but the price was $145 and I just don't pay that much at one time for something.
This one booth was Pyrex heaven, but all the items I wanted were being sold in the whole set only.
I love vintage. I love floral. I love pink. Guess you can tell this booth just hit all my sweet spots.
I love milk glass and my favorite is anything hob nail design. I guess I will be going back to the booth on more than one occasion.
I am not sure why, but I fell in love with this picture. I think it is because of the old oil lamp. We have a couple that belonged to Hubby's grandpa and I just love them.
Another one that I liked. Same reason plus the yarn and knitting needles in it.
Floral + teacups = I am in heaven. Love, love, love this display.
I love sandwich glass and have never seen such a huge display of it.
More Pyrex heaven. The only problem was that I had almost everything on here that had a decent price. The things I didn't have but would like to have were too high.
One of those "I should have got these" moments. I may go back this weekend for these cookie cutters.
I thought of getting this for my beach room, but wasn't sure where to put it.
I love Pyrex mixing bowls and I don't have this pattern. It was in great shape for the price and when you split the price between three bowls it wasn't bad.
More Christmas pics for Erica and Hanna.
These were really vintage lights.
I almost bought these little guys. Wasn't sure if $4.00 each was a good price or not since I haven't bought much vintage Christmas. Does anybody know?
I just wanted to bring all this home with me.
Check out that pretty blue. Does anybody know anything about these pieces. I think they said Anchor Hocking but not sure.
Lots of pretty vintage Christmas ornaments.
When we were little, we had what Mommy always called "What-Not shelves". We had a set of these. I remember them so well. She would sometimes get them down and we would get to set at the coffee table and play with them for a few minutes. I loved these. I should have bought them. I may go back and get them.
Being a Thirty-One consultant, we get excited when see something random in the wild that says 31 on it. So I had to take a pic of this to share with my Thirty-One sisters.
Well, those were some things that caught my eye this past weekend.