Vintage Finds – Nov 14

I have several fantastic items to show you this week.  This steel crate was something I got a couple of weeks ago, and I forgot to show you.  Not sure how I omitted this one; it is probably one of my most recent favorite finds.  It is sturdy and has a wonderful patina.  It isn’t a typical square milk crate but a rectangle shaped.  File folders fit in it perfectly.  I just got this one listed in my Shop, so I just had to show it to you.

This pretty Pyrex divided casserole dish with its holder is so cheery.  I believe it is called Constellation.

This is a Corning Mod Tea Kettle. Even though I am not typically into the mod look (I am more into the rustic, shabby, metal or wood look), I absolutely love the look of this one.  It is in excellent shape.

I am starting to learn a little about Princess House Crystal.  It’s another thing I am not typically drawn to, but this little candle holder is so heavy.  It just seems to sparkle.

This one was hard to take a photo of.  It is an old, glass light fixture. The pattern is so pretty.  I have been trying to decide if I could us it for a bowl or something else. If I can’t figure out an idea to use it for, I probably will sell it.  I will enjoy the elegance for a while though.

So did you find some great treasures this past week?  I would love to hear about them.

Linking up to:  Hey, What’s For Dinner Mom, Flea Market Finds and DebbieDoos Newbie Party. Nifty Thrifty Tuesday and

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9 thoughts on “Vintage Finds – Nov 14

  1. I love your milk crate, I have a square one, this is the first time I seen rectangular one. You did well by yourself and your finds. The shape of the casserole holder is really cool. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday’s Best. Hope to see you again.

  2. I believe ur crystal candle holder might be a lighter fro The Princess House. I found one just like it that has a lighter that sits in it. It has a sticker on the bottom that says Highlights In Lead Crystal The Princess House. Maybe this will help.

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