Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Estate Sale Goodies!

Last Friday during lunch I decided to head over to an Estate sale that was advertised in the local paper and boy am I glad that I did!

Look at all the wonderful things I found!

See that pitcher? It is Longaberger and we know how expensive they are!

The blue candy dish is Fenton and the sugar bowl is a beautiful cut glass that has just a slight tinge on purple on it.
I love this santa candy dish! It is a music box and Santa has 3 different expressions on his face.

And these adorable Christmas ornaments were the first thing in my bastket! And I love the little "bunny" girl. I will put her up for Easter.
And check out these pixies!!! I was in heaven when I saw these. That little tiny pixie dish in just too cute! And a knee hugger!

And these vintage chenille spun head snow men pipe cleaners will definitely being working their way into some of my handmade Christmas ornaments.

Do you see why I was so excited. And the best part is all the above was only $20!!!
Hope everyone has a terrific Tuesday!



Shakerwood Primitives said...

The Longaberger pitcher alone was worth the trip! Good haul!

Queenie said...

Wonderful finds, and all for $20, even better...amazing would be a better word! I love the blue candy dish, and all of those sweet ornaments! Hope you and yours have a blessed and very happy Thanksgiving!
Big Hugs,

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

I had added you to the Vintage Christmas Monday link list. Welcome to the party! I see from your post that you will have lots to share. I love the guys in the last picture!!!! xo Joan

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Linda... sooo glad you decided to go to the sale! I love all of your treasures, especially the little vintage Christmas things... Bisous... Julie Marie

KarenSue said...

Great job girl! Love the Santa.
See you next Monday.

Bovey Belle said...

hi Linda. I'm playing catch up and can see you have had a great time at the estate sale! Lots of goodies. I see Christmas is tempting you to put up your decorations already! Loved your cupboards full of Christmas folk - you have quite a collection.

Arlene Grimm said...

Noticed that Longaberger pitcher right off!!!nLucky girl...you found some treasures.

Dawn said...

Great finds! Love the snowmen!

Sarah said...

Great finds! Don't you just love going to an estate sale or thrift shop and finding bargains? ~ Sarah

Sherrie said...

I have the same exact little blue elf with candy cane that I purchased in 1975 as part of a High School Christmas fund raiser. He is on my 1960's tree for my vintage Monday. I know he is a bit newer than the other ornaments (from the 50's and 60's) but 1975 still seems like a life time ago.