Guess what? I was wrong. Dead wrong.
I got to the sale and there was only one other car parked out front. How could that be? Where was everybody else? There were tons of other sales posted but nothing near as good as this one, at least to me. Well, that put me at number 3 on the list. I'm pretty well acquainted with the two lovely ladies that were ahead of me and I know what they tend to go for so I knew that the one thing I had my eye on would be mine.
Are you ready?
Fire King Jadeite. And lots of it! For $2-$3 per piece. Can you believe it?
Hanna gave me the Lace Medallion 045 for my birthday a couple of years ago but I couldn't leave this one behind. I have always thought of this pattern as kind of rare and this is the second one that I have found at an estate sale plus Hanna found one at a sale in Astoria. Maybe it is rare to everyplace but Oregon?
The requisite sheets and pillow cases that I am always picking up at sales.
My silliest purchase would have to be this package of vintage toilet paper. At one point, it was aqua. Now it's faded to boring old white. But the graphics are cute and it still has the original 29 cent price tag.
I bought this sweet baby dress to hang in my laundry room.
Another apron for my collection, a vintage peanut butter jar with great measurements on the side, some sweet striped Dixie Cups, and another vintage syrup dispenser...my second in two weeks!
I'm not one to pass up old jars, especially when they are 50 cents each. I love the square shaped one in the front. It's the first I've found like it.
Not a lot in the way of vintage Christmas but I did manage to dig this old two sided stocking out of a box. I don't think I have this one.
These cute chalkware fish are the perfect colors. Now I just have to decide where to hang them.
I also bought two aluminum lawn chairs that I forgot to photograph. I'll show you those another time. I don't think you can ever have enough of them!
Linking up with Jann Olson for SYC Thursday, Melissa's Antiques For Thrifty Things Friday, and The Cottage Market for Junkin' Joe.
Until next time~