Hello seekers of vintage,
After all my complaining last week, the thrift gods decided to shower me with lots of little creatures. I am a happy thrifter!
Found the larger Zoo-line mama hippo on Saturday. She has adopted the little hippo I found a while ago. I will list them together in the store soon.
This cute labrador designed by Bertil Vallien for Kosta glass Zoo series was found at the thrift store. It never ceases to amaze me that something so delicate can survive the TS shelves intact.
Cute Victoria Littlejohn trivet. I usually pass on her pieces because they are slow sellers. But this bear was too cute to leave behind.
A pipe stand made in Israel. I have found similar ones made of brass, this one is too yellow and too clean to be brass. I wonder what it is made of.
Two Royal Copenhagen candle holders. What kind of animal would you say these are? I love how whimsical they are. I have yet to find a designer behind these. Do you know anything about these?
Not one but two Pompadour vases designed by Nanny Still for Riihimaen Lasi Oy in 1968. Lovely elegant shape.
A deep purple modern Ikebana vase made by Clemimson of California. I have seen it several times at the same store but priced higher than I was willing to pay. It was finally reduced and it came home with me. Yay for patience!
Finally, my best find of the week: a Los Castillo plateado tray duck with abalone inlay. It lasted all of a day in the store! I wish this was my typical find-list-sell turnaround time!
So that is all for this week's menagerie. What did you find? If you would like more information on any of my finds you can always contact me. I give discounted prices to my blog readers.
Sharing this week with A Living Space, Sir Thrift a Lot and Thrifter Maker Fixer Farm.