I haven’t shown my thrifty finds lately. Here goes…this awesome cast iron, red milking stool. Loved it. Listed it and it sold within a few days of listing. There would be so many uses for it. It also would work in a vignette. I was thinking if it hadn’t sold, I would have used it for Christmas décor.
Another red item…I found another Coca Cola crate. Just got it listed. These usually don’t stick around for long.
Look at this adorable wood, riding horse. It is so cute. I love the chippy wood, the red and green paint….hmmm, maybe I can use this in my Christmas décor.
This minnow bucket with its green font logo is wonderful. Love the aged galvanized metal.
This green ironing board I just listed, but I am trying to decide about it. I have been thinking about a memo board in my den. This would work, just hang and add magnets.
With the 50th anniversary of John F Kennedy’s assassination I finally listed these two Memorial booklets that honored him at the time. Very cool history. I really enjoyed going through them.
Another awesome train case. I have sold almost 10 of these things. They usually sell within 30 days of listing them. There are so many uses for them. This one is in very good condition, so I expect it to go quickly.
Amber pitchers are slow movers, but they do sell. It is so late 70s and early 80s. This one has a great shape and love the flower on the side.
I have sold a couple of planters and have found there is a market out there for them. Not sure if the brown drip glaze is very popular. Guess I will see if this McCoy donkey planter will sell.
I am selling these beer mugs that are from the Schmidt Beer Collectors Series. These are the first 2 through 5. I wish I had found the 1st one, but if someone wants a quick collection, this would be a great way to start.
There is no mark on these footed glasses that have game birds on them, so I don’t know the brand, but they are in awesome condition. Because Big M is into hunting I like to display glasses like these. Right now I have pheasant glasses on display.
Finally, I listed a couple of globes. This one is my favorite ever. I love the metal ring stand. It is a Replogle True to Life Globe from the late 1980s.
So what are you finding in your thrifting adventures?