Hello, I’m so glad you joined me today for Vintage Fascination!
Here is what I found last week that I just couldn’t leave behind.
A whole bag of buttons for less than $2, now who could pass that up. Many of them are vintage but some are not. I’m sure I can find a use for them.
This creamer and open sugar bowl are Mayer China Company made in the USA. They are a pinkish beige color with a gray rim. I believe this set is restaurant ware from the late 1970’s.
When I saw this small sealed apothecary jar with a Christmas scene inside I could immediately tell the Santa was vintage. I cleaned the outside of the jar a bit so I could see what all was in the jar. The greenery with tiny pinecones and red berries also appears vintage. This mid-century Santa has a flocked suit and a rubber face with very pink cheeks. He is absolutely adorable. I wish the jar wasn’t sealed.
Do you remember the Sunbeam-Oster Osterizer blenders? These little 8-ounce glass jars with lids were accessories for the Osterizer blender. You could both blend and store in the mini jars.
The mini blend and store jars have yellow lids with great retro graphics. They will make cute storage in my office/craft room.
I forgot to tell you my decision about the brush and mirror I found at Scott’s Antique Market last weekend. The dealer originally priced the set at $50. I walked away but the set stayed on my mind all afternoon. When we were ready to leave I decided to go make the dealer an offer of $30.
Much to my surprise, she accepted. She had an outside booth and was ready to pack up to go home due to heavy rain expected here on Sunday. I photographed them in a vintage platter with complimentary colors since I don’t have a vanity tray large enough for the mirror. So a larger vanity tray is on my list of items to look for while thrifting.
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