An older wicker basket with dried flower candle rings, a wall hanging and 3 stainless steel bowls will all go in my booth probably. Two of the bowls have hanging rings which I like. The pretty plate in the background was a Goodwill find; no indication of who made it or where but I love it.
There are 11 of these spice bottles, all very clean. I bet there were 12 originally! The small blue plate is very likely from the 1920's-30's; that shape of plate was popular then.
I buy linen kitchen towels where ever I see them and got lucky to find the green and white on hanging on the chair. I also found some ivy linen napkins and a pink linen tablecloth. The three-candle candlabra and bowl is a Teleflora item, but isn't it pretty? Behind it is a Pyrex coffee carafe, and between them is an incomplete set of what I call picnic flatware--soft blue handles with daisies on them. The round-looking aluminum thing is a mystery--it has a plunger that opens a small hole in the bottom when it is pushed. I'm guessing it's for dropping some sort of dough into hot oil--maybe hush puppies or dumplings? Anyone have a guess?
The lamp is made from a pitcher and bowl set and has a vintage plastic shade. I am sure the shade used to have the stiffened lace on it. I will paint it either white or pink, or maybe soft green. Any suggestions as to which would be the best choice? It's booth-bound.
Another linen towel and a fantastic India cotton vintage tablecloth, along with some Pyrex casseroles (I'll be looking up the pattern!). There is also a brand new set of lace-edged pillowcases and a lace tablecloth carefully packaged in a plastic zipper case with a note that says "Mom's tablecloth." That's sad, isn't it? It will become this Mom's tablecloth, and I hope that the original owner will approve of its new home.
This set is really something. Hand-decorated, from a North Carolina boutique called Glitz, Glamour, and More. How it came to a thrift store in West Virginia I don't know, but it is still in its original packaging and even includes a recipe for cheese ball.
This nice chrome cake carrier was a Goodwill find.
And last, a half-bushel basket with a nicely made cotton liner with a lace edge. I enjoy seeing work like this; someone took an everyday item and made it beautiful. Isn't that what crafting is all about?
Not shown: many things. I may post more this week. Right now I need to get this lot off the table and into wherever I need to put it. I hope your thrifting adventures were productive this week.