|From embroidery kits & baseball fabric|
To restaurant bowls & seagull clocks
Thrifting finds over the last couple of weeks have been all over the place!
Some items are knee-jerk nostalgic buys
(the orange 70's sunset and seagull clock for instance -
Helloooo Jonathon Livingston Seagull!!)
Looking back to figure out what else triggered a buy...
A trio of unopened embroidery and needlepoint kits is easy to know why -
there's that family link to the needlework industry since the 70's.
They're just so familiar.
|Vera Neumann purple pear napkins|
The Vera Neumann purple pear napkins?
Definitely a combination of love of her graphic style, the colors are beautiful, and condition of the linen superb.
|Homer Laughlin restaurant ware|
And these aqua and grey leaf berry bowls - nostalgia galore!
I can imagine a side of cole slaw sliding across a formica diner table in these robust china bowls.
|Olde Orleans salad plates|
|Stetson handpainted platter|
And more plates to sell
(But I'm feeling a little attached to the Stetson platter, might need to keep that one for awhile!!).
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