|I found this red transferware dinner plate for $1. It is made by Royal Ironstone pattern Memory Lane from 1965. This piece got me to digging thru the china section.|
|While digging I ended up finding this brown transferware dessert plate by Johnson Bros pattern Olde English Countryside. It was $2.|
|I also came across this vintage Pyrex dish. I am a sucker for green and had been wanting to start collecting vintage Pyrex so I figured for $8.50 why not. A lot of the vintage Pyrex goes for $$ over on Ebay. I would really love to find blue and pink.|
|On the way to check out I spotted this piece for $8. I bought it just for the frame.|
Since I had pretty decent luck at the one thrift store I decided to take my chances on visiting our Goodwill. Off to Goodwill I went with $20 left of my $40.
|.75 vintage blue Mason Jar. It did not have a lid but I can easily find one.|
|Two sets of 4 bowl baskets each .99 cents and then an additional 30% off that day. Not sure what I will use them for but figured they would come in handy with tablescapes in the fall.|
|I spotted this darling church for $1.99. It was part of a village and missing its light cord. I originally was going to paint it but it may stay just as it is.|
|My grand find was this vintage winterscape artwork! It was 19.99 with an additional 30% off. As soon as I spotted it I knew it was my crown jewel for the day.|
|I was not sure what it was called but knew that whomever made it spent quiet sometime on it. I wish there was a date on the back. My friend Brenda told me it is Crewel. I can not wait till the holidays and winter when I can display it.|
So all in all I did not too bad with $40 at the thrift stores.
I still prefer to shop my favorite antique ships though and I have already told Oldest & Littlest a trip is in our future this week!;)
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