Saturday was "Small Business Saturday" which I didn't remember until I saw it mentioned online somewhere later that day. I did hit an estate sale Saturday. I'd say that counts. Here is the haul. Metal number labels-- wonder what they were for originally? A lucite mushroom napkin/letter holder that is actually dated 1969. Two cute watering can bud vases; both were made in Japan.
How about a McCoy icicle pot? Aren't they cool? I saw one in a magazine years ago but have never seen one in person until now. Very nice for this time of year. Another planter-- this one is marked Marvan on the bottom. That name is new to me.
Several books. That hippo cook book is a riot with funky cartoons from 1969.
Old, wooden, stacking clowns called "Bill Ding--" Get it? These are pretty collectible although this set has definitely seen better days.
A bunch of Christmas die-cut decorations. There was a huge box of these unused. I probably should have bought more, but I was getting tired of going through the box!
Here's a better look at the large wild flower book. It has 400 plates of flower illustrations, and it weighs a ton.
Here are a couple pages from the above book.
Pretty good for this time of year. This might have to hold me for a good, long while. Sales are getting fewer and fewer.
Thanks for looking!