Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Thrift Store Thursday

Be sure to go visit Holly and see the other great finds.

vintage thingie's thursday

vintage thursday
Check this out and then go check out Colorado Lady,
with out hostess Suzanne.

This is my vintage find for this week.
I just like to leave these old things rustic, and
put them in the 'kitchen' store display for sale.
That old toaster makes a great photo, or recipe holder!

As you can see,
this piece of Bavarian China is all chipped at the top.
Nothing an old hanky can't cover up.
Then it will be beautiful piece again.Here is the set.
Unfortunately the sugar bowl rim has chips too.
They were so pretty i still could not resist them for .50.
This old clock doesn't work,
but it will work to house photos,
or a cute bird scene or nest.
And here is a cute little tea pot,
that is really a salt shaker.
Only 2" high!

That's it this week.
I was having a garage sale so hard to get out to others.
Don't worry, I'll be out again this week, if my back is up to it.

Barbara Jean


Coloradolady said...

Oh, what great finds. I had a toaster like that, my mother in law gave it to me, but I swear I don't know what happened to it. Love all your little pitchers, so pretty.

Have a great VTT and a wonderful weekend.

Ulla said...

The Bavarian china set is lovely, and a great find for that price!

Darla said...

You have some cool things here.

ClassyChassy said...

I have 2 of those toasters - Mr. Wonderful is going to use them for a topper on a bird house he is going to make for me - when he finds the time!!!

~~Carol~~ said...

I've seen where people put a little light in one of those old toasters, and it looks cute! That clock is gorgeous, and the sugar and creamer are so pretty, chips and all. I call the chips "character"!

Postcardy said...

the old toaster is a nice rustic "sculpture" for display.

marty39 said...

What beautiful thrifty finds. They are all so lovely. I especially love the little salt shaker. So sweet. Hugs Marty

Janet, said...

I love the little tea pot salt shaker. I had a clock made like that, when it tore up I put my oldest son's baby picture in the top where the clock part was and in the bottom I glued pastel material on the back board and glued three of their teethers on it. Everyone always comments about it.

Caths Pennies Designs said...

oh, I love that old toaster! Imagine all the burnt toast that was made on that. :)
Thanks for the great pics.
Happy VTT

Sharon said...

Hi Barbara Jean. I love the sweet flowers on the china. Did you figure out the paypal or did I just confuse you more.Sharon

Kristine said...

You found some great items. The little pitchers are my pretty.

Threeundertwo said...

I love your pieces, especially the teapot salt shaker!

Lisa said...

Very cool vintage! I think I need to join this one!
Hugs, Lisa

Laurie said...

What great finds -- I especially LOVE that clock and wish you could keep it intact! (But I'm sure that whatever you make with it will be lovely!)

CC said...

I love the little set and the salt shaker is so tiny and lovely. What great finds... Happy VTT and have a wonderful weekend.

Anonymous said...

oooohhhh i love that charming old toaster :)

Becky said...

pretty flowered pots. Now I have another thing on my "to Find" list. Vintage toasters!

Roslyn said...

The salt shaker gets my vote Barbara Jean!

Bea said...

Love that old toaster. And what a cute shaker that teapot is!