Thanks for joining me for this week’s vintage finds.
Thrifting is sooooo much fun, I just can’t help myself.
My fun find of the week is this Florida souvenir plate. My daughter moved to Florida last summer so this is for her. I think it is going to be adorable in her kitchen.
Cast iron receipt holders/spindles have been on my wanted list for a while. Finding this set of two tickled me pink. The larger spindle has a green ornate iron base. It measures 6 1/2 inches in height with as 2 1/2 inch base marked “Made in USA”. The smaller spindle is 5 1/4 inches tall with a bronze color base.
I often pick up orphan creamers and sugar bowls when they are pretty and inexpensive. My orphans are perfect receptacles for little bouquets, small house plants, pin cushions, candy dishes, etc. All of which make adorable little gifts. When I saw this orphan sugar bowl by Diana China Company of Germany. Marked Registered US Pat., Rosalind with a small 20 in gold paint near the bottom rim.
This pretty creamer by Pope-Bosser China was very inexpensive so no way I could pass it up. Marked “Made in USA” Clementine 1126 based on information I read on Ruby Lane my creamer is from the late 1920’s through the early 1930’s.
I love this vintage milk glass Jergen’s Lotion pump bottle. It is decorated with delicate pink roses and gold stems. It is a charming piece with a gold pump top.
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