Like this silver plate salt & pepper set decorated with a beautiful raised pattern of grapes and leaves.
A salt and pepper set of vintage dancing pirate birds.At least that’s what they look like to me. Whatever they’re doing they look like they’re having fun. They still have their cork stoppers and are stamped Japan on their feet.
Two vintage silver plate salad tongs with lovely details etched on the handles and spoons.
The squarish one is marked Silver Plate, EP Zinc, Italy.
The largest one has a label on it that reads Made in Indonesia.
They look a little too deep to be plates, so I’m calling them shallow bowls.
Three unmarked enamel bowls.
Two in a matching fruit pattern, and one floral.
It’s about 7 1/2″ high and is in very good condition.
I love the ruffled rim.
A pair of very large and very wooden shoes.
I have no idea what I’ll use them for, but I couldn’t resist them.
I thought about planters, but I don’t think I want to ruin them.
They’ll probably become storage in my craft room.
My feet are size 7 1/2 and my foot is swimming in this shoe.
I have to say that I can see how these would be very comfortable if they fit.
They felt so nice on the bottom of my feet.
Most of the other things are already in my Thrifty Rebel Etsy Shop, with a few more still to be posted there… except the hobnail vase, and I haven’t decided if I’m keeping the shoes or not.
Thanks so much for reading and until next time…