Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Friday's Haul

Here's the poop, girls...

Chippy pink round magazine rack, 8 Uncle Wiggily books in perfect condition, recipe box with lobster (for my friend Mary who has a crush on lobsters) lamp shade, happy daisy glasses, teeny muffin tins, tiny cookie cutters, a big "krystal" bowl and playing cards from "Animal Families Memory" game.

Sweet vintage baby outfit, wicker baby carriage, fuzzy bunny, red painted tray, 4 vintage how-to-paint books and 3 fab costume jewelry necklaces.

Fozzie Bear glass, German toy cukoo clock, vintage Snoopy lunchbox, a nativity set, baby hangers, a race car trophy, "Mad Money" compact, vintage Muppet Baby party invitations, and tiny little things for crafting. (I hope Jesus doesn't mind that I put the scene of his birth in the same photo as a Snoopy lunchbox and a Fozzie Bear glass.)

Linens, including Vera napkins, Vera tablecloth and a bag o' trim.

Halloween treats including a crow, plastic rats and a Fenton hobnail glass fairy light. Can anyone tell me about the black sugar and creamer set....is it called Obsidian glass? And is it worth a million dollars? Please say yes.

The find of the day...A plastic container full of googly eyes, just in time for Halloween!
What item would you have pulled my pony tail for? Please advise!

18 comments:

JunqueMagnet said...

Wow! I thought I had a good day on Friday (you can see it on my blog) but I do think you have me beat!Awesome finds.Enjoy and thanks for sharing.

Pixie said...

silly me, it would have been that litlte flocked black kitty in the middle of the halloween stuff. had one like that when i was a little girl.

Emily said...

Dearest Pammy: you know I love you, girl, but I am going to stalk you and take half of that stuff. googly eyes... halloween stuff... I know where you live. and I'm not afraid to use my daughter as a decoy. xoxo em

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I am overwhelmed at the goodies you found! Wowzer! I think the black cream and sugar bowl look like depression glass. I would need a closer photo to tell for sure. Not worth a million dollars (so sorry) but still valuable!

Alyssa Bee said...

Awesome loot! I would especially like to "Have Lunch with Snoopy!" Did it come with a thermos?

Alyssa Bee said...

Awesome loot! I would especially love to "Have Lunch with Snoopy!" Did it come with a thermos?

Gloria McAllister said...

Oh...that pretty little red tray fer sure!

Sherrie said...

Okay I have the exact same black glass pieces with tray. They came from a great aunt and yes they are old. I am still researching them myself. When I find out I will let you know. Also I love the googly eyes. Those are so me. But I do have a question....Vintage air duct sells? Why? Thank you.

Emme Toaye said...

Those eyes are to die for, and I can think of a few things to do with those necklaces. The black glass reminds me of Tiara glassware from the Indiana Glassware Co. that was sold in the 60's to 80's. They took vintage molds and recreated glass ware pieces in different colors than the original glass ware of the 20's and 30's. Not sure if that is what your glass is but it might lead you somewhere.

Rose H (UK) said...

Love all your stuff! I think the eyes and Halloween stuff are the best though.
The black cat looks like a Max Factor one that was sold with a perfume bottle - the name of which escapes me at the moment....

JustJoan said...

Definitely that pink magazine rack!
What a haul!

flyingbeader said...

I see everyone else loves those eyes! I DO TOO! They'd be perfect in this vampire doll I want to make. Oh well....you are the Queen of trash!

~~Carol~~ said...

I would have yanked your ponytail for that pink magazine rack, and maybe elbowed you in the ribs for the fairy light too!

svelteSTUFF said...

I knew at a glance
VERA!!
lucky. lucky. girl!!

...and those Cat Eyes - I can SO see them doing up an uncarved pumpkin in style!!! Last year I had found a bag of Mr. Potato Head pieces and decked out a small Pumpkin, but those EYES could take it to a whole new level!!!!!!!!

Vonlipi said...

Definitely the black cream and sugar! You would be bald!

I don't know if they're worth 1,000,000.00 but I can bet they're worth more than 20$.

Great finds!

Lisa said...

Heck with the pony tail! I would have wrestled you for the red tray and Snoopy lunch box!! You know how us red heads are when we see it we have to have it!! So glad you stood in line!!!

Linda Lou said...

Absolutely fabulous finds...but, the art instruction books.....I bought them new...so that makes me vintage, right?, not old....

vintagebetti said...

For me? The Uncle Wiggly books for sure! Sad to say glass is a tough sell these days, 'specially the black stuff (do you know if you hold them up to the sun they'll be deep purple?).. Still, if you can sell an aluminum wind turbine, you could probably sell ocean front property in AZ!