I spent the week preparing for selling at the flea market on Sunday. So I only made a couple brief stops at the thrifts this week. (But went to Target like, 9 times. Because I kept running out of necessities like toilet paper and cleaning products.) So between stops one day I made the time to pop into Helping Hands and the Goodwill Outlet.
At Helping Hands there were Spring Blossom Casseroles just waiting for me. They were $4 each in perfect condition, but sans lid. Fortunately, I keep spares around for such occasions.
The look so nice with the casserole I already have. Only 1 more to complete the set!
I also got these coasters for $3. I think they may be teak but I'm terrible at identifying anything other than 80's oak by sight. Does anyone know a good guide for identifying woods?
Anyway for $3 these fit my criteria perfectly, mid-century, interesting, and not limited to the size of your glass. I love my vintage travel coasters, but the rims on the edge don't work with modern glass ware. Look at this metal inlay in the front. Swanky!
I stopped in to the Goodwill Outlet to have a look at their furniture. No dice there. But I did get some display things for selling at the flea market and I spied this buried under a pile. Could it be? It is!
A Pyrex cradle!
Look how good it looks with my largest casserole. One of the handle covers is missing, but for the pennies I paid for this, I don't mind.
I'm linking up with Apron Thrift Girl for the always entertaining, Thrift Share Monday. Go over, spend a few hours seeing what everyone else brought home. Check in with me tomorrow for more details on my flea market experience! (Hint: It was a good one.)