Last week I went to one of my favorite rummage sales -- the twice-yearly Visiting Nurse's Association Rummage Sale in Far Hills, NJ. There are lots of different barns and tents, filled with everything from books to clothing to electronics to furniture. My favorite, though, is the housewares section. So herein follows a list of my goodies: :)
The cream cutware dish (above) was $4. The one below was $1.50. Woo hoo! I've been collecting cream colored dishes for a few years now. They can be combined in many different ways for table settings, and they look great in my kitchen.
I love milk glass. This has been one of my favorite collectables for a few years now. I probably have way too many pieces, but I couldn't resist two more. The little basket (below) was $3. How cute is it with those little blossoms?!
The hobnail goblet (below) was $1.50. Classic shape, beautifully executed. Love it.
I also have a thing for anything urn-shaped. I picked up this little silverplated cup (below) for $1. I guess I'm starting to collect silver cups, too. I love using them for small bouquets. I have this picture in my mind of a series of silver cups, marching down the table, filled with colorful zinnias or cheerful daisies. Wouldn't that be fun?
So that is my $11. haul. And yes, I ♥ rummage sales.
To see some of my past rummage sale and thrifting finds, click on the "Thrifting" tab on my navigation bar directly below the blog header.