These mushroom wall plaques are the real deal and about a foot across. Made in the USA back when this country made groovy plastic stuff.
More mushrooms (and butterflies) on these stackable Japanese mugs. I sell a lot of mugs in my store.
This is such a cute vintage mug - I am thinking it will be picked up for Valentine's Day.
I like this pair of groovy vases too, especially the blue, aqua and white color combo.
A large pretty Pyrex bowl - with no chips or dishwasher fading. Price was right too.
Another Pyrex, also in good condition - but no lid.
Yes, that right - not one, not two, but three Pyrex finds in the same place! Love this little fridgie - no lid, but I have a few spare ones from before (always pick up these dishes with their lids, even if the actual dish is in bad shape - I prefer to think of it as saving them *for parts*).
Two homemade aprons. All aprons I have put in my booth has sold. I price them at $10 a piece. How do you price aprons?
Not necessarily vintage, but I would love to know the pattern of this bowl/votive. I picked up a couple of plates in this pattern before Christmas since I liked the design. They look sort of Scandinavian to me and are quite heavy. Any ideas?
Darling small lime green mustard jar with a weave pattern. Tempted to keep this one.
I love this small magazine rack - great design and size.
I love the 70s Tupperware cups and have several already. They are so versatile - picnics, parties, everyday use. And they have the best colors. My kids love them equally and are very particular about which color belongs to them.
And finally - my favorite find of them all:
This owl(?) crewel picture is really big, and I love the expression, colors, design, signature and year (74). When I first spotted it, I thought it would be such great eye candy to my booth. Then, by the time I got home, I was getting attached. Now, I have it real bad and can't stomach the thought of being apart. So...he is now hanging in the TV room. Hey, I do get to keep a vintage kitschy thing once in a while - and even hubby approved. Eye candy for the home instead.
So, all in all, my impromptu visit produced some great items. Maybe all my items came from the same home? They certainly look like they could.
Is it true that the times you have the lowest expectations, you find the most fun things?