Getting ready for the Vintage Bazaar!

The Vintage Bazaar is next weekend.


Here’s a sneak peek of some favorite new things I’ll be bringing.

First up, a stack of 1940s hand-painted dishes made by Steubenville. The pattern is “Harvest.” I’m usually not that big a fan of orange, but OH are these gorgeous.

Wouldn't a full set of this pattern be wonderful on your Thanksgiving table?

Wouldn’t a full set of this pattern be wonderful on your Thanksgiving table?

Three vintage enamel colanders in great colors, plus interesting kitchen utensils.


White, yellow, and ORANGE. I might keep that yellow one.

A very cool octagonal white & red enamel piece. Platter? Or extra-shallow baker? Plus lots more enamelware, an egg beater with a red bakelite handle, and Syracuse restaurantware plates.


An amazing mold for popsicles. Tinned steel, with chippy red paint on the outside and a fair amount of rust for you rust fans!


Plus a green Dazey flower frog!

Wire desk boxes, green-edged Sterling diner china, red bakelite-handled flatware, a sweet tulip frosted-glass pitcher . . .


This is just a bit of it all. I haven’t even started pricing linens and furniture!

One Comment on “Getting ready for the Vintage Bazaar!”

  1. janeray says:

    Ooooo! All that new stuff! I’ve got to start packing my totes this weekend! I’ve got loads of stuff, too.