I have been enjoying shopping at Goodwill and Salvation Army. Here are a few fun finds I've scored lately.
I bought this little saucer because it was pretty. I had no idea it was bone china and according to the Haviland stamp, it may have been produced in the late 1800's or early 1900's. I've done some research online to try to identify the pattern but haven't had any luck so far. I'm fairly certain it's worth more than the 38¢ I paid for it, though that doesn't matter to me.
A few new Pyrex finds...I love the yellow bowls. ☺
Cute tin...It has a bar code on the back, so it can't be that old, but I still like it.
I've been wanting a plate rack to display these old plates. The top plate has a story.
Isn't she lovely? She was hand-painted by a lovely (I assume since I never met her) elderly woman who went to church with Russ' family during his childhood days.
I choose to ignore this side... :-D
Anyone need an Amana Woolen Mills blanket? It still has the faint smell of a cedar chest on it. Look at the fringe! It's in perfect shape and I'm sure it was never used.
The best bargain and the one that made a certain man-cub VERY happy was this new suit...
On the way home from the dentist last week, we stopped at a Goodwill that was having their weekly quarter day. I told the boys they could buy whatever they want that sported the quarter colored tag. Mitchell found the jacket and the pants for a quarter each. I sprung the full price of $3.38 for the shirt and $1.38 for the tie. See? I can be generous. LOL!
Isn't he handsome and so grown up? When did that happen???
Have a blessed day...