I didn't find anything even remotely close to a surrealist etching in my thrifting trips this week, but I still uncovered a few gems.
I thought this little golden hand-shaped ring holder was so cute. A great stocking stuffer.
Isn't the design of these glasses so awesomely retro? I love the spiky black pattern. I'm having a hard time letting these go, although I need another set of glasses like I need a hole in the head.
I actually bought this next piece last year, after Christmas, at a thrift store sale:
It's a white ceramic Christmas tree with an interesting, textured glaze meant to represent snow on the branches. It's dated 1962 on the bottom. I was so excited when I remembered it and dug it out of storage this weekend!
A pretty set of Virginia Metalcrafters brass eagle trivets. They're marked 1952. (I love all this dated stuff I found this week...makes things so much easier!)
A black Otagiri lacquerware trinket box. These are great for their intended use on a vanity or dresser, but I LOVE them as glam desktop accessories in an office.
Another Christmas item:
A vintage glass tree topper in its original box. Not dated, but I would guess late 60s based on the style and the print on the box. My parents had one of these in green when I was a little kid!
Finally, I know I've been all about the ginger jars lately, but I just couldn't pass up this pair:
I thought they were just gorgeous with their bird motifs, gold-tipped lids, and black color schemes. Again--I totally want to keep them. Must. List. In. Shop. ASAP.
And there you have most of my finds from this week! I hope you enjoyed taking a peek. Have you thrifted any fabulous vintage treasures lately?
Linking up here!
Thrift Share Monday at Apron Thrift Girl
The Nifty Thrifty at A Living Space
Junkin' Joe at The Cottage Market
Thrifty Love at Cap Creations