This will be my last post for a while, we are going on vacation and I will try and unplug myself from most electronic devices. I will see you back here in August with whatever finds I manage to bring back with me.
Now for this week's finds:
Denby Sherwood brown teapot vindicates my local thrift store. Beautiful shape and glaze.
A very interesting studio art pottery vase with indentations on the sides and intricate glaze work. Indented stamp on the side of the piece "GG." I am still looking to try and ID the maker.
My score of the week is this David Kalderon figurine. I didn't know anything about this artist, but I was quite taken with this piece. I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered his work to be collected and not as common. Thrifting superpowers I tell you!
Two sweet kokeshi dolls with tilted heads. No signatures that I can find. I just liked the abstract nature of their faces.
This piece is not vintage, nor is it rare. It is a traditional clay sculpture from Mexico. I bought it for myself. Sometimes things are beautiful on their own, no need for big names or well known brands. Right?
Three lonely cups with no saucers. Arabia of Finland, Soraya pattern.
And to bring things to a happy ending, a sweet zoo-line whale. It is the first time I see the whale, it must be more difficult to find. Isn't it great?
What do you think of my finds this week? What did you find? Share with us at A Living Space, Sir Thrift a Lot and Thrifter Maker Fixer Farm.