Welcome friends to another edition of Vintage Fascination. A quick trip to take some things to Goodwill ended up being my first thrifting trip of the week.
here are the vintage goodies i found.
You know I cannot resist milk glass and when I saw this large vintage milk glass bowl into my buggy it went. It is oval with a scalloped top and four tapered legs.
The pretty fruit design on the sides and bottom makes this bowl truly a lovely piece of milk glass. This Indiana Glass bowl from the 1960’s in their Fruit Garland design is in excellent vintage condition. The milk glass is vibrantly white.
Next is a vintage West Bend shallow aluminum bowl. From the 1950’s this aluminum bowl has a grape and ivy motif with a crackle vein textured finish on the inside with a rolled edge rim. Made in the USA aluminum bowls were very popular after WWII. It measures about 14 inches in diameter and is about 3 1/4 inches in height.
Last Christmas my daughter wanted to collect enough books to read a holiday themed book every night to her kids until December 24th when she would read the Night Before Christmas. Of course, she wanted to accomplish this without breaking the bank so she enlisted my help. Well, we never met our goal last year but this year is looking better. I made a big dent this week at Goodwill. We have 10 books from last year’s collection efforts so we just need a few more.
I found another basket for the wall. Just a couple more baskets and I’ll have enough to do a wall in the kitchen.
Copper molds are classic and I just couldn’t pass on this one. It is in great shape but it doesn’t have a makers mark. Similar ones on Etsy are around $25.