A collection of things I bought during the past week.
A robin egg blue student chair.
A tennis racket with press.
This lovely old metal medicine cabinet with an aged mirror.
Look at the blue, rusty patina.
This was not a bargain, but I was willing to pay real money for it.
A couple of yards of blue ticking.
Four linoleum blocks ready to be carved.
A big blue suitcase.
A green plaid Poloron cooler.
My inner Erica (The Thrifter Sisters) voice said to buy the cooler.
Wouldn't it look great with a Christmas tree on top?
A La Cross implement display drawer for tweezers and nail tools.
A pen and ink of a sailboat.
I can imagine a vintage yachting trophy next to it.
Obviously I do not know the difference between a yacht and a sailboat.
I now have a bunch of these shutters waiting for me to decide what to do with them.
A new, but abused, wire dress form. The stand had been bent and broken.
The bar is welded onto the frame. I am thinking light fixture.
An old painting of babies.
A large round print of little girls.
These two were so large, I had to lay them on the lawn.
A very old plaster frame.
A very long mirror harp - obviously for a large dresser.
THE DANNI SPECIAL SECTION
These were sitting on the desk of the guy running an outside area of a thrift store and I convinced him to let me buy them.
No, they are not dentures, but dental molds for mouthpieces from Everlast.
I am not a forensic scientist but I play one in real life sometimes.
I noticed the same name "Rivira" on the back of each mold.
Even though the left one is smaller than the right, you can tell from the shape of the teeth they are from the same person.
Yes, Danni, I love these.
I have them sitting next to the snack tin in the kitchen.
They do make us stop before grabbing a snack.
Have a great weekend.
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