Hello vintage fans,
Another busy week has come and gone. We had visitors and I didn't have much time to go thrifting, but I was lucky to go to an estate sale preview on Thursday. The owner of the estate had worked for Rosenthal Germany and there were lots of great smalls to be had.
First, a small dish beautifully illustrated by Cuno Fischer. I have seen some of these designs attributed to a collaboration between Fischer and Wiinblad.
This is the "Sieben Gesichter Vase" (vase with seven faces), designed around 1950 by Fritz Heidenreich for Rosenthal, Germany.
There were several Per Lutken for Holmegaard vases and dishes. It took me but two seconds to miss them to the woman in front of me. I managed to get this beautiful dish. Listed here.
Another Rosenthal piece, an awesome porcelain monkey figurine. Still trying to find out the designer.
Rosenthal glasses from the Pirate line. Glass appliqué features different sea theme motifs.
Lovely Thomas Germany serving bowl from the same estate. A fabulous one stop for all things Germany.
A Kosta Boda glass floating hippo paper weight found at the thrift store. Love the Kosta glass figurines, they usually go unnoticed because they are not marked.
Now to my husband's favorite. A vintage and very cool hygrometer (I was told this is what the official name is) found at the thrift store as well.
And now for my favorite find of the week. Salt and pepper boxes by Lagardo Tackett for Freeman Lederman! Finally I get some Tackett in my life!!! So excited.
What did you find this week? Come share with us at A Living Space, Sir Thrift a Lot and Thrifter Maker Fixer Farm.
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