This is just a quick grouping of some of the things from the great garage sale. The 3-shelf stand came from the sale. It is in perfect condition and was only $5.00. The color is forest green. Love it!
The vintage tree shoes were $1.00. The milk glass vase and planter were $0.25 each. The planter is marked Fenton, but I can't quite make out what the vase says. I think it is marked Goody. The cut glass vase and the little green glass pitcher or vase were $0.25 each. Are you lovin' it?
The next shelf has a vintage nut grinder. I haven't seen this style before and was only $0.25. The cut glass divided trays were $0.50 each. On the next shelf is a cast iron rooster napkin holder for $0.25. The vintage lamp is marked rorirame(I think)and has a floral bouquet and japan under that. I'm gonna have to research that one. Does anyone out there have any ideas? The lamp doesn't have a shade and the cord is original and frayed and will have to be replaced. The next item is a vintage glass 3# Peter Pan peanut butter jar filled with old buttons and was only $1.00.
The next grouping shows a Nasco stainless steel gravy boat in it's original box and never used. It was just $1.00. An egg slicer for a nickel was a great bargain. The silver plated salad tongs are still in their original wrappings inside the box-never used and only $0.50. This picture shows the nut grinder and the divided glass trays a little better. Want to see some more goodies--here goes!!
This isn't a very clear picture, but I'll do some close-ups for you.
This hat box had 3 vintage hats in it. The pink one looks almost like needle-point is has an Oleg Cassini label in it. The black on on the right is made of curly lamb and has a Howard Smith Furs label. The hats were $1.00 each and the hat box was free.
These 2 hats were also $1.00 each. The one on the left looks almost like a top hat. The hat box was free.
This hat looks like an equestrian hat. It was also $1.00 and the hat box was free. I really didn't need more vintage hats. I already own over 30 of them. But only $1.00 each--what's a girl to do!!
Now we will start on the linens. Wait a minute--I forgot the cute vintage pearl purse in the picture. It was on $0.50..I also have a very large vintage purse collection. The stack of linens in the picture are all cut-work or eyelet table runners except for the little round cut-work doily on top. The table runners were only $0.50 each and I think there are 6 of them. The little doily was only $0.25.
The tablecloth in the middle is linen and is huge and oblong. All 4 corners feature cut-work. It came with 8 napkins and the whole set was only $3.00. On to the next picture.
This cute vintage tablecloth is in almost perfect condition and was only $0.25. In fact, the lady having the garage sale had it covering her check-out table. We had to unload the whole table so I could have it. Nice lady!
And last but not least is another tablecloth in perfect condition for only $0.25. The color is actually a lighter gold, almost yellow.
What I didn't show you were 3 sets of twin sheets for $0.50 each.
Whew-- my fingers are tired typing. And you are probably tired reading. Get up, stretch you legs, and get something to drink. I will be posting part 2 in a few minutes
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