This vintage turquoisy green Parry & Bott mini level is Made in England, Birmingham. The paint has lovely crazing. It’s marked Warranted True, and all three levels work after all these years. According to some research I did the company went out of business in the 60s.
I love the rusty dust pan. I have a few ideas for that. I also found two brown enamel baking pans, a small vintage sifter, and a glass and silver salt & pepper set for my collection.
Silver coasters are always good for using in plate flowers, and the cement spreader will be a fun repurpose project.
I have a project in mind for the tin dust pan, and I always love to have wooden bits and pieces in my stash. I love the details on these legs.
I buy old crusty baking pans whenever I see them. I have a garden project in mind for this summer, but I need a bunch of them. The two candle holders are a faux rust, but I liked their shape.
The trowel will probably be used as a trowel. lol.
The metal collander will make an excellent planter, and I’m perfectly OK with spray painting this kind. I can’t bring myself to use or paint the vintage enamel beauties.
The silver plate candle holder centrepiece will be repurposed somehow, and these vintage Made in USA glass Christmas ornaments will probably be put in my Etsy shop eventually.
I’m always looking for inexpensive silver plate pieces for garden plate flowers and wind chimes. These are perfect pieces for those projects.
More aluminum and tin baking pans, and a few more vintage glass ornaments.
More vintage baking items. The two rippled pans look like reflectors to me, but I guess they’re some kind of baking mold.
Another vintage bread box for storage in my craft room. I have two completely different vintage bread boxes in there already.
This very 70s looking shelf was just $2. It has such fun details, and is an excellent candidate for a makeover. I know the 70s was the decade of orange ,but it has got to go.
I fell in love with this vintage plant stand, and it was just $1.
And last but not least… I landed a big one!
This 19″ hand made primitive looking folk art fish sign didn’t even put up a fight. It didn’t stand a chance with this thrifter anyway.
It has some age to it because the nails that the twine is wrapped around are eternally rusted in place, but they’re not antique square heads.
Check out its red and, thankfully, toothless mouth. lol.
It’s as light as a feather so it’s probably carved out of balsa wood, or cedar maybe, but I’m certainly no expert.
Unfortunately it’s not signed so it’s probably not going to help my retirement fund, lol, but it’s still a pretty cool catch.
Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…