This is what I was after...
vintage pressed glass.
I love to find pieces like this with tiny glass handles.
A girl can never have too many vases.
This little cutie, measuring in at 5 inches
All of our grandmothers had one of these, right?
This is the stuff I drool over.
Ruby Red Glass.
I had to add these to my collection.
4 Ruby Red dinner plates, priced at $6 each...
MINE!!! for $3.00 each !
These 2 square, diamond pattern (on the reverse), milk glass dishes had a sticker on them for $5.00. As I stood there looking at them, the lady at the booth began with the barganing... "I'll make a deal with you"...
I looked at her, looked back at the milk glass, didn't say a word. She says "Three dollars".
"Each?" I say.
She looks back at me..
"For the set."
From another booth, the milkglass seashell soapdish,
Next, I found this "Tiara" pattern amber glass set by the Indiana Glass Company.
This 5 piece set was $12.00.
There was something about this tiny vintage egg poacher,
4 vintage embroidered strawberry placemats, with 4 napkins,
but still cute,
Junkin' is a family affair.
Sweet Pea found a vintage porcelain baby doll,
Make that 2 baby dolls,
Tired, but happy princess...
While we were waiting to be seated, this sign was directly to my left.
After dinner, a lot of the dinner guests made their way to the back porch to enjoy the view.
and then we called it a day.
This sign was on the back porch.
Good Rules for Yall.
1. No spittin'
2. No cussin'
3. No peein' off the porch
4. No makin' messes or bein' ugly
5. No burpin' or belchin'
6. Be nice to Mama