Hi all! My week of "staycation" is over and it's back to reality. I spent the week working on my never-ending living room revamp, visiting with family, watching a few fireworks over the lake (in between thunder showers), and -- of course -- doing loads of thrifting!
Here are a few fun finds from last week:
I picked up these bowls because I was certain they were Midwinter. As usual, the thrift store covered the markings with price stickers, but I felt pretty confident.
They are totally not Midwinter. They are "Hearthside Buffet Ware/Japan." Dead ringers, though.
At the same thrift, I picked up this Ernest Sohn cheese board.
Clearly I was in a "mid-century circle" kind of mood that day. I love the fat, tarnished brass rivets on this piece.
I also picked up this fabulous brass dragon candelabra:
It's huge and gorgeous and weighs a ton. I've also accidentally stabbed myself with it a few times.
That last candle cup is missing, but it was as steal so I bought it anyway. I'm thinking of unscrewing the candle cup on the far right to make it more symmetrical...thoughts?
Years ago, when I started collecting pottery, I hated Stangl. Now, I love it. Especially the pieces with gold glazes like this "Granada" line dish.
And finally, a little more circular Danish modern goodness in the form of some teak Hellerware coasters.
I picked up many other things that I'll share in upcoming posts, but this is what I've managed to prep and photograph so far. Did you do any thrifting or vintage hunting last week?
Linking up here!
The Cottage Market
Apron Thrift Girl
A Living Space