We went to visit Carla yesterday, this is what I picked up from that trip-a Perkins Pancake House side plate, probably from the 60's - it set me back 25 cents.
Can you imagine buying mustard in this little jar now? There's a bunch of colored toothpicks inside, I'll just leave them there. The little jar is only 3 1/2 inches high
I paid $4 for this chopper/measuring cup. I think it is made by Dominion Glass as it has a "D" in a diamond on the bottom
I bought a couple of old catalogues at this shop before, they were only $3 each, I've seen them at other shops and they're a lot more! It's a great deal for these old Sears and Eaton's catalogues from the 60's and 70's...
50 cents for a Vera
I'm wondering if anybody has seen a jam pot like this? My great aunt gave it to me when I was a little girl - I've always loved it and just brought it out for display once again. There are no markings on it as to where it might have been made...
Today I'm linking up with Flea Market Finds, The Penny Worthy Project ,Thrifty Treasures and Thrifty Love