The sale was a combination of 2 estates and was full of more vintage goodness than I have seen at a sale in a really long time.
Be prepared....I bought a lot of stuff. Hope you enjoy the pics!
Straight to the kitchen area (of course) and this was the first thing I saw. I knew it was going to be a good sale!
Drink caddy full of Hazel Atlas turquoise glasses. Maddie found this Pelican Cooler Thermos and was so proud of herself!
I see these scales from time to time at the thrift but have always passed them up. The aqua ice maker is just like the pink one I found at an estate sale a couple of years ago.
This old cupboard door is destined for a project. Any suggestions?
I always grab the old Atlas jars, especially if they have the HA logo on them. I passed by the McCoy planter on the way to the kitchen area and was surprised to see that nobody had grabbed it when I saw it again about 15 minutes later. Although I don't normally pick up milk glass, I really liked these candle holders and figure they would be cute for a Spring centerpiece.
I've started a small collection of vintage cowboy things and figured this old fruitcake tin would fit in with my display pretty nicely.
Maddie brought me this chopper and fired on dessert cup. She has got a good eye!
She also found the old Yahtzee dice and cup along with the Dominoes game. The bunny planter will have to be put away until next year.
I bought the old coffee jar because I thought the graphics would be perfect for the 4th of July. The Thermoware bowl will be good for Summer. I wish I could have found more!
I also picked up some vintage Tupperware. The covered containers are great for marinating!
I have a big stack of these frames just waiting to be painted.
Isn't this stack of sheets and pillowcases so pretty and Springy?
At this point, I thought I was done. At the beginning of the sale, one of the people giving it told us all that nothing was priced but that they would give us a really good deal because they wanted to get rid of everything. I have bought lots of things from this particular company before so I knew they would be true to their word. So when I went to pay, the lady behind the table asked me if it would be okay if she just gave me a bulk price of $20.00. Uh, yes!
So after Maddie & I loaded up the car, I decided to do one more walk through just to make sure I hadn't missed anything in my first frenzy. The first thing I spotted was what looked to be an untouched Rubbermaid container with linens in it shoved under a table.
I found this set of 4 napkins
And this stack of pretty embroidered pillowcases.
And all of these amazing tablecloths.
But the best part of the whole sale was when a super nice patron of the sale let me have all of this because he was more a collector of Fire King...
The 401 and 402 from the Blue Americana set.
And an unmarked blue 401, Blue Stripe 401, and two small bowls from the Hostess set.
He has some good karma heading his way!
So once again, the sellers gave me a bulk price on all of the linens and Pyrex. Ready for it? 8 bucks.
Needless to say, I was late picking up my mom because I had to drive back home to unload my car. But I was so giddy, I didn't care!
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Next time, Plucky finds!