|Royal Haeger Giraffe & baby 15" statue with hang tag - $6|
|Wooden elephant toothpick holder - vintage|
|Sascha Brastoff of California tray|
Does anyone recognize the series? Rooftops, maybe?
|I don't think it is signed - just the manufacturer stamp.|
Does anyone know when this was made?
|California Redwood Burl candle holders|
from The Stump House, Eureka, Calif.
I've had a run on some Holt Howard items the last month or so including:
|Holt Howard Salt & Pepper shakers from 1964|
|Holt Howard Cozy Kitten shaker from 1959|
Sadly, she lost her mate
|Holt Howard Bull cup or mug from 1963|
Love how the tail makes the handle & the expression
Okay, so these are both really interesting finds. I know nothing about Zsolnay Pecs but after doing some internet research, I did find out that they have been around since the 1870's and make some gorgeous glass pieces but haven't really found out anything about the set above (or anything like it) so I don't know the time period these are from. It probably won't matter much as I am thinking of giving these to my daughter-in-law who is part Hungarian but still it would be nice to know.
|Zsolnay Pecs of Hungary set of espresso cups and saucers|
Blenko? red art glass vase
A couple more treasures:
|Stoneware Butter Warmer - German or Norwegian, I believe|
|Marcrest/Stetson Swiss Chalet or Alpine Loaf Pan|
made by Anchor Hocking Fire King
Indoor thrifting has been good to me. Now, I just need to use my indoor time to sell some of my finds - time management is my nemesis.
Linking to Apron Thrift Girl's Thrift Share Monday and Her Library Adventures' Flea Market Finds.