Sunday, January 23, 2011

Saturday Hunt

We have been having snow..snow..snow here in Illinois and I was anxious to get out and do some hunting. I was suppose to go to 1515 but my cousins dog slipped on the ice and hurt himself so they did not come over and snow was back in the forecast. So I got out and did some quick shopping.
Here is what I found

All of this for under $30


Really like this Daffodil tea cup..it is staying at home!
For $5 and made in England


10 Christmas plates for 10 to take to 1515 for those Christmas dinners so I don't have to drag mine back and forth every year. The red crotchet pot holders are for the red kitchen at 1515, they were a dollar a piece.

For my dresser at 1515, $2
Just love old graphics
In the bathroom at 1515 we have a vintage display of old toiletries

I think this maybe my favorite, 2 vases in a yellow and blueish green, staying in my kitchen on the Hoosier Cabinet.
USA Mark on the bottom

Hand painted letter holder. I have one just like it in beige that was my Grandma's. It is going to my bedroom at 1515 to hold old postcards,

A Glass towel rack. Going to the kitchen at 1515 to hold vintage towels.

I was happy to find this vintage silver tray. It is marked on the back but have not figured out the maker yet. The pink tag you see says "56 years old". Apparently someone at the store brought it in and it belonged to her parents. They were married she said, 56 yrs ago. I thought of Marty from A Stroll Thru Life when I found it because she always is finding such great silver piece.


 Walter, I hope your feeling better next week so your Mommy and Aunt Marty can come over and spend time at 1515 

Walter Payton

Have a great Sunday evening!

Joining Junkin Finds Friday

18 comments:

Robin@DecoratingTennisGirl said...

Get better soon, Walter. I know Mary will take good care of you! Love the letter holder :)

NanE said...

Wonderful finds! I love those two little vases. Now I know I've seen that USA marking before. Not sure where I saw it but I'm pretty sure it was manufactured in Ohio.

Tete said...

Those are some great finds! Hope poor Walter is feeling better.
I hope you get in here next weekend! It's snowing again!
Hugs- Tete

fialka012 said...

Hezk√Ĺ blog...

Tatiana said...

love the Daffodil tea cup.. great finds indeed..

Rebecca said...

Oh Poor Walter-hope he's feeling better soon! Great finds-love it when that happens and we know exactly where it's going(often I don't!)

Rosetta said...

Che belle cosette,mi piace molto la tazza narciso.Saluti ,auguri per il cane,Rosetta di theromanticrose

Debbie said...

Great finds! I miss shopping for treasures, but am sure I'll be back out soon.
Thank you for your prayers, dearie.
God Bless You!
Debbie@lakehouse

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

Hi Ann, I just saw all your goodies you have found and I like the pot holders. They are too cute and the right colors for a Valentines Day display. I had also the hat your grandmother had on in her photo. That was fun to see that. Have yourself a beautiful week................Julian

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Ann,
Thank you for stopping by for tea today. You have found yourself some wonderful treasures; especially like the daffodil teacup! I hope your poor doggy is feeling better soon! Have a lovely week.

Blessings,
Sandi

Donna said...

Awwww, I hope cute Walter is feeling better, too! What great finds you discovered! I have a tea cup that I think is just like yours. And I really love those pretty vases and the letter holder. Thanks so much for stopping by:)

Designs on 47th Street said...

You truly found some neat things! Love the tea cup. I have a cup and saucer collection. What a sweet face that little dog has. Hoping he is much better soon.

So tell me... is 1515 your house or a store?

Donna

Diann said...

Great finds! I love that teacup and saucer!!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I love all your vintage finds! The teacup is so pretty. I love that silver tray! My favorite is the hand painted letter holder. Thanks for joining JFF. Hugs, Linda

Ames said...

Oh poor, poor Walter. Get better soon Walter!

I like how you shared where each piece will go. I am going to have to look around your blog some more. I like the header picture too. I have a very old and large watering can too. It makes me wish Spring would hurry up and get here! ~Ames

Susan said...

I am lovin the daffodil teacup!!

Ms. Bake-it said...

Poor Walter! I hope he heals quickly.

Great finds! I especially love the daffodil tea cup and silver tray!

~ Tracy

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

I Hope Walter is better??? POOR Baby!!!
I FOUND THE TRAY!!! OMG you "Really" scored well...Look at all those goodies. My Grandmothers LOVED those red&white potholders and they were always making them! Oh That Tray is GORGEOUS AND if it's 56, THEN It was made the year I was born 1954!!! WOW, see I did have a draw to it...It would look fantastic standing up on end...It's like a shell and SO BEAUTIFUL! LOVE IT!!! and by the way, I have to get here MORE OFTEN, I see we have SO MUCH in COMMON!!!
Hugs to you,
Donna