Today I am going to share a few of the numerous items we have found lately. (Again Mr. Deanie gets up much earlier than I do so many of the finds are his.) So sit back and relax and take a look at vintage junk treasures #33.
Lamps seem to be on our radar of vintage junk treasures lately. Here are two vintage ones. The orange glass base lamp is from the 1960s-1970s. Mr. Deanie has also been repurposing a lot of items for lamp shades so look for that to be posted soon.
There is also an old flower frog sitting by the lamp with the beaded fringe.
Games seem to find the way home a lot lately. So we have a number of games in our vintage junk treasure inventory.
The vintage mixers seem to be made better than the newer ones. These still work when we find them. Also a vintage enamel roaster and an electric butter churn.
Lots of kitchen bowls including Pyrex and Corningware. Cookie cutters, kitchen clock and vintage utensils.
A green Fire King mug, 2 shaving mirrors, a Salem, Oregon souvenir carafe, vintage small coffeepot, a small sifter, a blue Ball jar, a grater, a slicer and a large graniteware coffeepot without lid. These make great vases!
The book titled From Oregon With Love is written by various Oregon authors in 1977. Jean Auel of Clan of the Cave Bear fame has writings in this book. The How to Book is dated 1927. The other book is Ship Sanitation and First-Aid for Merchant Seaman in 1923. The latter 2 books are pretty interesting.
This bar set was made in the 1960s and does not appear to have been used. The little box you see in there is the place to put your transistor radio! The Allen Wales adding machine is from the 1930s.
This Indian Crafts and Lore book was published in 1954.
A vintage custard mixing bowl, a hand drill and a Griswold griddle. A mess kit of pans, a snake kit, a postage stamp moistener, a pencil sharpener and a minnow bucket. I will clean up the bucket and show how it will look after a special cleaning.
Wishing each of you a great experience in finding your own junk treasures and remember to make memories along the way.
Wishing you many blessings in 2017.
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