I have been busy with family, fun trips, and sales, yet I have not stopped thrifting! I thrift on the go and I just keep accumulating inventory! I need an intervention!
This week's post showcases finds from the last 3 weeks. Some great finds for sure, but they do not come easy. Many times I come home empty handed after visiting 4 or 5 thrifts. Estate sales can also be a thrift bust, but the rare good finds keep me going!
These two kinetic sculptures are one of my favorite finds. A while back I found a colorful Laurids Lonborg one that sold well on Ebay, these were made by Scandia Design in Hellerup, Denmark. Gorgeous whimsical sculptures.
Today's stop at the antique's market (cold and rainy morning) rewarded me with this GORGEOUS and large Timo Sarpaneva Jääpuikko - Icicle vase. Deep cobalt blue glass encased in clear glass. Signed. It sits 11 1/2" tall! I have been searching for comparable ones with very few examples available. This is one of the best finds I have had so far! Sitting pretty next to the bird vase is a Blenko 6424 bud vase in what I believe to be Ice Blue. Glass is my favorite thing to find as there are not that many people willing to do the research to ID a piece.
Another Landert fondue pot, this is the third one that I find. Customers love these and I am happy to pick them up every time. A German smoker and a sweet kokeshi doll were found in the Bay Area this past week (small and light, perfect for the traveling thrifter)
Other finds from my trip include a Bennington pottery cream and sugar set, an enamel plate and a ceramic bud base (great graphics on both)
I promise I will try to post every week from now on. Life happens. Sharing this week with A Living Space, Remnant, Sir Thrift a Lot and Young Heart.