First, this pristine silver ombre punch bowl with twelve (!) silver-rimmed roly poly glasses. These glasses were so named because, like weebles, their round bottoms make them hard to knock over.
To add to the vintage charm, the owner told me that she saved up to buy the set with "green stamps" in the 60s. For anyone who doesn't know, green stamps were a customer loyalty promotion that grocery stores used to run. Customers could save up stamps and redeem them towards housewares and other goodies. Kind of an early version of CVS Extra Care Bucks or Coca Cola reward codes!
Next, I found this sweet little aqua Blendo cocktail set.
The edges of the glasses have lost most of their gold rims, but I thought the set was too charming to pass up, especially in my very favorite color.
Then, I realized it was half-off day at my local thrift store, so I picked up a couple of things on a quick visit. First, these cool mid-century Couroc highball glasses:
Finally, I also snagged this cute little Libbey glass cocktail set:
This set is once again very "Mad Men," but in miniature. The tiny roly poly style glasses don't hold much more than a shot glass, and the pitcher is tiny as well. Perfect for an apartment-sized wet bar!
I hope everyone else had as much fun treasure hunting as I did. I'm linking up with the following blogs to check out what others found this first beautiful weekend of fall!