When I shared my basket makeover on Monday I mentioned that it was storing some thrifted vintage tea towels that I’m selling in my etsy shop.
I found all of them at one garage sale, and they appear to have never been used. They were all in a box with tons of odds and ends, and some of those calendar type tea towels.
Here are the tea towels that I dug out of that box.
A Scotland Bagpiper and Crests of Ireland….
Canada, with iconic images of each province, and Barbados…
Famous London Scenes, and the Charles and Diana Royal Wedding…
and two Hudson’s Bay Company map of Canada tea towels. I’ll be keeping one of these for myself and selling the other.
All the tea towels are available in the Vintage Linens section of my etsy shop.
I also found a few other goodies.
This large Wm Rogers silver plate sugar bowl has a great patina and one slightly damaged foot, which makes it sit a little wonky… but a little wonkiness has never stopped me from loving something.
I’m sure it can still be put to good use, or repurposed in some way.
This vintage metal Alaska tray and 6 coasters set is still in its original packaging.
Alaska is such a beautiful place. We took an Alaskan cruise a few years ago and absolutely loved it. The state flower is the forget-me-not as shown on the tray.
Do you think I should remove this set from the packaging before listing in my etsy shop, or leave it as is? I’m always torn about this because it’s so hard to take good pictures through the plastic, but original packaging can be a good thing.
This silver plate heart shaped trinket box is a keeper… for now anyway.
It has a lovely dark blue velvet lining..
This dachshund salt and pepper set is very sweet and is available here.
The front is the pepper and the back is the salt. The entire dachshund is about 8″ long.
And I saved my favourite find for last… this miniature doll sized set of wicker furniture.
Isn’t it adorable? It’s available here.
I never had anything like this for my barbies when I was a girl in the 60s. I made all of my own doll furniture out of foam and covered it as best I could with hand sewn covers, with the help of my mom of course. I’m not complaining… just saying. Even though it was fun I would have loved to have this set. What about you?
Thanks so much for reading and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on!