Latest op shop finds

Apart from this cute little table I have also picked up some other bits and pieces recently.

Such as this large basket that I’m using as a planter for my biggest aspidistra.

These gorgeous amber glasses…

This set of three enamel plates with cute floral folk art designs.

A couple of new blue and white pieces like this unusual flare shaped vase…

And not one, but two new ginger jars with pointed knobs. The large one on the top shelf and the smaller one on the next shelf.

And a successful op shopping trip always includes some brass…

The candle stick and goblet are great, but the cobra is my favourite!!!!!

Then there was this cute set of retro mugs…

And finally, I found this cute mosaic plant stand on the roadside hard rubbish.

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7 Responses to Latest op shop finds

  1. spicejac says:

    The op shop retro cups took me right back to standing in my parent’s kitchen as they made tea to go in those cups……thanks for the reminder of my earlier life.

  2. spicejac says:

    I was visiting my brother on the Yorke Peninsula and saw those cups, again, in an Op Shop there. I was so tempted to buy them but realised how impossible it would be to get them home in one piece!

    • Aixie says:

      Ohhh, so near yet so far!!! Yorkes is such a beautiful spot, we used to holiday there when I was a kid, in a tiny town called Coobowie.

      • spicejac says:

        We were visiting the op shop in Kadina on the way to Wallaroo when I saw them….wow just googled Coobowie….I’d never heard of it – yet my brother’s been in Wallaroo for 29 years!

      • Aixie says:

        I think the funniest thing about Coobowie is that it has (or did have?) three pubs but no general store!!!! #priorities

      • spicejac says:

        That makes me laugh because it’s so in keeping with the priorities of the Copper Coast!

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