Friday, May 18, 2012
$9.10 for everything you see in the photo and that was after the 30% mark-up for opening night.
- Engraved Pyrex 042-OR-642-B
- Pyrex 206 6" Pie plate
- Tiny 5" Pyrex pie plate marked 205-I, I think this is from the Pyrexette set
- Friendship 933 with basket (I think the basket belongs to Fireside Naturals)
- Cathrinholm stainless steel and black enamel tray
- 5 aluminum jello molds (they are holding up the various finds in the photo)
The engraved dish and the tiny pie plate from the Pyrexette set both have chips but I thought they were both so charming I couldn't leave them there. I hope I can find more engraved Pyrex in the future.
Here is a close-up of the engraving.
The Corelle Corner site has more about Engraved Pyrex on their 1931 Pyrex Catalog page here: http://www.corellecorner.com/magazine-ads/297-1931-booklet-pyrex-product-listing-prices-menus.html
The Friendship 933 baker is the first piece of this size I have found. It is also my first Friendship piece. It is in perfect condition and I can't wait to have an occasion to make a sheet cake for a party so that I can use it.
This was the score of the week! $4 for everything you see.
Sorry for having to post a bunch of catch-up posts. I really am trying to be a good, regular blogger.
Anyway, this haul is from a church rummage sale I ran to in the morning on 5-5-12. It cost $2 to get in early, but the prices were great so I think it was worth it. Everything you see cost me $4 (or $6 if you add the admission).
The teal divided vegetable dish is Vernon Ware. It looks like they included it in 2 of their patterned sets. That piece accounted for $2 of the $4 I paid for everything. It is in perfect condition with no chips, scratches, etc. It looks like it just came off of the store shelf!
The scarf is a Vera Neumann design. I just love the colors. The Waltz exposure meter is one they made for Polaroid cameras and is also in wonderful condition. The box still has the original $9.95 sales price on it. I love old photography and automotive books so when I saw these I knew they were coming home with me. The Valley of the Dolls is newer, but I have always wanted to read it so I brought it home with me too.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Sorry about the lack of posts. I will be doing a little catching up today.
The 2 books were found at a chucrch rummage sale. $2 ea. which isn't a great deal, but I do love vintage decorating books. I already have a newer version of the large book in mint condition so it was nice to get an older edition too.
The black snowflake 548 came from a basement sale. It is in mint condition, but came without a top. It was more pricey than my thrift store finds, but I still love it!