Twenty-Five Cent Sale in the warehouse and parking lot.
Just stuff they don't want to put in the shop.
This sweet 36" square, hand embroidered linen cloth is perfect and only a couple tiny brown spots. I have it soaking and it will good as new. It was 25¢.
The vintage ironstone casserole has a few small chips around the top and lid, but still a nice display piece. 25¢.
The blue splatter ware enamel pitcher has a couple small chips on the bottom. The 18" platter is perfect. $12.00 each purchased inside the store after the sale. The pitcher retails for $29.95 and I am sure the platter would be the same. My daughter and I both collect this enamelware. It is not vintage.
bought eleven at 25¢ each. $2.75. Nice stem.
Just had to see if wine looked pretty and tasted good in this glass ... yep, it sure did.
This pressed glass piece is a punch bowl base/stand and can be used for a vase. 25¢Each item here was 25¢ (excluding plant, but pot was thrifted)
The unusual pan (once cleaned) will likely be a mounted to a pedestal. A real bird nest will fit in the faux bird nest. Can always use a garden tool and the sweet once silver plated pitcher had a bent lip, but is very soft metal and easily bent back in place.
These four vintage wooden lamps were purchased for the wood parts to be used to build pedestals/stands. They were $1.50 each and the piece laying down was 25¢.
Some exceptions on the price but for the most part ...
25¢ per item.
Five gallon metal can with three table legs was $1.00 or 25¢ each. Looks like a paint and antiquing job from the 1960/1970.
Would love to take you shopping with me sometime.
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