Welcome back to Vintage and Thrift Hunting this is Post #9. I am so happy you’re here and can’t wait to share with you my latest thrifty and auction finds.
Today, I am going to just jump right in and show you what I found this week.
It brought back memories when I found these Noxzema jars. My mother and grandmother used Noxzema and there were always jars like this in the house. Who knew they would become a collectible item. I bought six but decided to keep three – just in case I find a use for them…someday. Selling on my site for $3.00 each or all three of them for $8.00. If anyone has a great idea for re-purposing them, I would love to know what it is.
Next up is this neat little lined white wicker hamper. White wicker is always popular and I hope to sell this beauty for $12.00 – maybe I’ll put this at my booth. It is lined with a pretty rose pattern cotton material. I am impressed with the condition of the wicker, there are a few small pieces of wicker broken but nothing that affects its use.These butter pat dishes were at the bottom of a “lot” box of goodies I recently acquired at auction. It took me a bit to figure out what they were, oh the joy of the internet. All are marked Ironstone Powell Bishop, England on the bottom. 8 for $3.00 – now that’s a steal!