I took these pictures at the Treasure Mart when my daughter Kathy and I were there last Saturday. Here's a cute little play toaster for children . I thought it was in good shape and pretty.
This is a toaster from Fiesta ware....well who knew ? Not me. I loved the curved top.
This is a real treasure. It looked new, but did not have a power cord with it. I remember my mom's friend gave her an old toaster like this and it worked, so we used it for years.
Here's some different kinds of toasters. LOL. Toby ale steins. I guess you could make a toast with these.
This metal goat was adorable. Someone is very talented. It was about two feet tall and three feet long.
These are the treasures I came away with. Silver plated place card holders in the shape of birds sitting on a branch.....the silver had been stripped off. Someone wanted the silver I guess. Two friendship cards, a wee dish from Washington's Mount Vernon home. A sweet cow creamer, that I remembered Linda of Isty Bits and Pieces had one ...so I thought I have to have one also. :):) You know how we are girls.
So look how cute it really is, I love it. It says cream on the other side.
Plus who would not want this tin. It must have been filled with hand tools for Christmas season. It says Sears Roebuck & Co. also has a craftsman decal. Looks like a dark haired lady is driving. On top of the tin is a decal of screw drivers and wrenches.
My daughter got herself a couple of bags full of fancy buttons and sewing trims. Right up that girl's alley. She purchased a metal scrolled fire screen. So pretty. Kathy says she is putting it in her flower garden. That will be cute.
Hope all of you are getting ready for a wonderful fun filled weekend. June is slipping by my friends. Let us enjoy all this good summer time. XO