Sunday, May 29, 2016

Thrifted Finds

Noddy was an early visitor in my childhood home. This sweet little backpack brought back some good memories. Clifford of course is a very cool dog.



A bit of tin and iron and brass. The anvil/hammer is a nut cracker.



A unicorn final on a brass bell. Good luck charm.



Peonies are such treasured spring flowers and they last such a short time.




Silver plate (EPZinc) servers on linen (with a bit of PicMonkey frost).




The vintage tin was full of sewing fixings of about the same era.





The small fairy sized garden decoration is a music box with a ballerina and the rusty vintage trivets for irons were a good find.



Never would have guessed this plate was early Carlton Ware named Brush Ivory Peony




The 3 piece silver plate coffee press might be french.




Some Blue Mountain Pottery, below and spoon rests with silverware spoons.



The waffle maker doesn't have a cord but it does have great green handles and a pretty decorated top.




Ending garage sale finds with more toys, Smurfs with attitude.




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11 comments:

  1. Joy - Love all of your finds. That waffle maker is precious.

    Judy

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  2. You scored big! That waffle maker may be my favorite of the lot! I missed thrifting this past week! Maybe Tuesday Louis Dean will take me! I can't drive for 3 more weeks!

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  3. I love old things. They sure don't make them like that any more. The waffle maker is quite extraordinary. I've never seen anything like it before.

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  4. Joy, I am always amazed to see your many wonderful finds, Noddy and Clifford from your childhood are so sweet. I love the waffle maker and so many of your finds. You have a good eye for sure.

    We are having a grand time and thank you for your sweet comment.

    Happy Blue Monday.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  5. Love your finds! You got some good ones and I love Noddy :) I watched that with my kids as they were growing up.

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  6. Some great finds. I don't remember who in my family had one of those little log cabins but the shot brought back memories. I think it was a jewelry box.

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  7. Some gorgeous pieces there and I've just noticed in your blog header we have the same pink teacup and saucer

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  8. Whether you keep or sell, you found somegfreat things. I have too much stuff now so do not go looking anymore.

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  9. gorgeous things you've found! happy pink saturday! xo

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  10. I have that little house jewelry box :) Was mine as a kid and I saved it. Love Noddy! Have a great week.
    Joy @ Books and Life

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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