...at the end of the tunnel!
I should be done with the boxes in a couple of weeks
and have everything listed in either Etsy or Ebay ♥
This week I'm joining these parties:
A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words
The Thrifty Groove
I really like the shape of this metal Ewer Bud Vase.
I'm not sure what kind of metal it's made of but it is really heavy.
This Teardrop Compote is by Indiana Glass Company,
circa 1940 - 1980.
I've always seen Milk Glass Compotes,
so this find was unusual..for me
I fell head over heals for this sweet floral
pattern Creamer and Sugar Set with Cups.
It's called Bridal Bouquet...doesn't the name just get to you too!
It's by Taylor Smith Taylor, circa 1950.
The bottom left Teapot was made in Occupied Japan.
It's a shame there is no lid, but I love the shape and size.
Who can resist pink Roses?
Lovin' these lugged bowls, center and bottom right,
by Homer Laughlin from the Eggshell Nautilus line.
The pattern is aptly named Pink Roses and Buds,
A lonely single glass Mug in the Wexford Pattern, top left,
by Anchor Hocking. Circa 1967 to 1998
Maybe someone needs it for their set.
The L.E. Smith Amberina Moon and Stars Candle Holder,
top middle and right,
blew me away. It's so different, flashy.
How about vintage ashtrays from back when smoking was glamorous
The big pattern glass is sooo heavy.
That'll be it for this week.
I'm heading into the oil lamps and parts next.