Rookwood at Goodwill or anything, but I still thought it was elegant and lovely...and in perfect condition.
I was also psyched to find a set of eight Fire King gratin bowls. I always refer to this color as peach lustre, though I think it's technically called copper. [Must research further!] In any case, they are in PRISTINE condition--clearly have never been used. I love them; they feel so cozy and wintery to me--perfect for chili or french onion soup.
I've had this Pyrex bowl listed in my shop for a while:
Another reuinited set of sorts was this grouping of roly poly glasses:
I had three of them from earlier in the year, and I happened upon five matching ones at another thrift store. So weird when that happens! These are unique in that there are various types of houses (tee-pee, log cabin, igloo, tiki hut, etc.) etched into the bands. The etched design is only noticeable up close:
I don't know who made them or the significance of the houses. If anyone knows, please share!
A final favorite from this week was this milk glass compote:
This is the "lotus blossom" pattern from Indiana Glass. I love the shape of the bowl and the delicate stem. It's not a pattern that I've seen before in milk glass, so I was excited to find it.
Overall, still a pretty good haul for an "off" week, I thought. I hope everyone has a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
Linking up with some of my favorite blogs to check out everyone else's scores:
Flea Market Finds at Her Library Adventures
The Pennyworthy Project at Hey What's for Dinner Mom?
Anything Goes at Type A Decorating
What I Love About the Thrift Store at Cap Creations