My favorite find were these vintage, turquoise and silver, Libby, Atomic Fish pattern glasses and Pyrex Bluebird pattern casserole with cradle (1959-1961). I also found four little glass, salt and pepper shakers and a small glass vase.
To continue with my habit of finding vintage board games, I found this 1967 edition of Go To the Head of the Class. My favorite character piece is a kid named "Cowboy Joe". In 1967, "Mommy" wore pearls and "brother" wore a turtleneck under his cardigan. The illustrations are classic 60s.
I found a box of lace. Some of the lace is handmade which amazes me with the patience required to make this. There was also some lace collars which I'm not sure what I want to do with them but they are so beautiful.
There was also a stack of unused, white, cotton tea towels. The quality of these towels is so nice compared to modern tea towels. I can use these for crafting projects.
There were also several embroidered towels. My favorite one has a cat in an apron sweeping but it is embroidered in white on a white towel so it is hard to see. There are also two floral baskets, a bird with tea pot and a red and blue design towel. Plus there was a small, pure silk table cloth with embroidered Thai temple images.
The linens would look a lot better if they were ironed but I am always so excited to post as soon as possible.
It was a good day hunting for treasures. We had such a great time but I think I need to open an etsy shop soon or I'll be featured on Hoarders.
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