Haulin' in the Goods.

A nice set of Pyrex/Corelle dishes in Spring Blossom.
A great toy box for $10; which Hunter promptly scribbled upon.
A super cute 60s portable hairdryer.

And a few other various things. All in all we had a pretty good weekend. From April 1st - 10th we'll be visiting my inlaw's so I'll have the pleasure of raiding new thrift/antiques turf. The best thing about Rochester is most of the people who live there are older, and want antiques circa 1900, not 1950. The stuff I want is prevelant and cheap! So rub off some of your thrifting mojo on me gals!!


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Ronn Ives/FUTURES Antiques said...

I really like the Corelle myself. I think it's a very useable, nice to touch design. One of the patterns we use at home for daily action is the Corelle in plain white. No decals. Quietly elegant.
Ronn Ives/FUTURES Antiques

Lisa B. said...

Good luck!! Happy hunting!!

Amy said...

oh I love the pyrex and is that fireking at the bottom?

Mama Brook said...

Yep, that's fire king at the bottom.
I really like the Corelle too. Not chunky like glass, but not flimsy like some of the new plastic ones.

Lisa B. said...

Hey Brook,
I feel like I should start by apologizing...ah, I'm tagging you for a 6 word memoir. Hope you don’t mind tags and have the time to do it. “Rules” are over on my site. I also want to thank you for leaving me a comment on Sam. My heart has been broken. Your words help mend.

Diane said...

Darling collection, love all the pyrex colors. Stop by sometime and visit my blog. We should do a link on each others (:
Hugs, Diane

Rapunzel said...

love the Spring Blossom pattern, perfect for St Pats Day!

Monica said...

I remember that toy box!!!! Great stuff again!!!