The day started early for the drive from Boston out to Brimfield.
We parked in J&J again, which I find easy, and gets us right in the heart of the action.
No, it's not a lie, we had fun :)
You can find just about anything at Brimfield...
The Queen needed a bath apparently...
Looking for Vintage?
How about something more...
I see London I see France...
Ok, so what were my finds?? The things that made the cut?
Well, I got a STEAL on this Frye clambroth glass Juicer! I love that it has steep walls, the smaller walled juicers aren't deep enough to actually hold all of the juice you really want.
Vintage tablecloths are always nice...
So then I found these glass items/inserts...hmmm what are they?
The vendor I bought them from had them on his $5 table, I loved them, so nabbed them. He said he didn't know what they were, but all he sold was depression era glass...
Well, with a lot of research, I have found that these are perfume trays by the India Glass Company in the "Cracked Glass" Pattern and are fairly rare! Price I saw them being sold for online? $165 EACH! Score!
Other finds included a small pink lemon reamer, a set of apple shaped lunch plates with matching teacups and green "block optic" sherbet plates to go with the sherbet glasses I found last year at Brimfield.
Great vintage recipe booklets, with some great, usable recipes!!
Here's the full table shot of the rest of our loot!
Remember I spy?
I spy with my little eye...a blue owl candle holder, an old man, a hobnail box, and 1920s glass cameos.
Another successful day at Brimfield!
A Special Note: A very rare tornado affected many in the Brimfield, MA area recently. Lives were lost and homes were destroyed. Brimfield, MA and the surrounding areas are a beautiful part of the state and my thoughts and prayers are with those who were affected by this tragedy.