Just wanted to share some goodies I picked up at an estate sale in my neighborhood recently. I got there just about 30 minutes into the first day of the sale and it was OUT OF CONTROL!! People were packed inside the house and there were all ready piles set aside of things people wanted to buy. It was good…real good!
A pretty little handpainted Japanese vase circa pre WWII!
A cute little ruffle edge bowl and saucer for jam on our breakfast table.
A pair of Gorham circa 1920s candlesticks…just perfect for our holiday table! AND these come apart and can be made to hold just a separate candle stick each or made shorter. Pretty nifty!
Neat old apple baskets. Really not sure what I’m going to do with these yet. But they were only $3! And one of them has a cool lid to it. Any ideas what to do with these???
Small, creamy milk glass vases just perfect for fresh picked flowers from our garden!
And speaking of milk glass…a cute medium size bowl for fruit and a sugar and creamer set! LOVE!
I fell in love with these old rusty hooks. I’m thinking of using them to hang my aprons on.
Oh, and last but not least…the early 1920s butter churn. For $15 I couldn’t resist. It was just too cool. I’m thinking of using it in a clients’ house. Such a cool conversation piece in the right room.
Well, I think I did a pretty good job at one estate sale. I love all the milk glass and plan on using it when we entertain. The husband would rather I set up an etsy shop and start selling my finds, but I’m still debating that one. Thanks for stopping by!