This was definitely the best thing I found this week - but I can't identify it - I blogged on the Pyrex Collective and put it on Flickr, nobody knows the pattern. It's a JAJ piece of Pyrex, made in England - and so pretty - it'll be great to use for Halloween next year.
$3 was the price on this beauty.
I don't think these "mocha spoons" were ever used - I found some forks in the summer and had no trouble selling them
I seem to be picking up any older and cute Christmas books - for those future grandchildren, I guess.....
Russian Roulette - The Game of Chance, Bluff and Daring. It was never used, the money is crisp, the chips were never punched out.
Flinch - never heard of it before...
I bought the Santa and runner for $1 - the sticker on the bottom of the Santa reads - Brinn's, Pittsburgh, PA, Made in Japan
As you can see, I didn't get the twelve ornaments, it says they are made in Poland, some are in the box, some say Slovakia. The music box and these ornaments came from the came shop, 50 cents for the box.
I can't help myself, more Christmas books!
I always like to read a Christmas book or two around this time of the year, both second hand and both probably read once.
This sweet little Care Bears plate from the 80's is going to my friend, Holly.
I don't need any more tins and it's not even vintage, I bought it at Liquidation World,it looks it though, and it was so cute, I had to buy the smaller one too.
How often do you get a gift for browsing in a store. It happened to me yesterday, I was in the Christmas section at Sears, a clerk passed me this gift - candy, pretzels, cookies and tea - how nice is that......
Junkin' Joe is back and I'm linking up here. I'm also joining the party at Share Your Cup Thursday