More great new finds we’re packing

Want to own a British castle or two?

Want to own a British castle or two? These little Johnson Bros. dishes are Norris Castle and Haddon Hall.

Today’s our final set-up day for the Vintage Bazaar.

With any luck, our giant tent won’t have blown away in last night’s wind!

Here are a few more awesome things I’m bringing.

A sweet quartersawn oak side table with the Union flag painted on top.


You can’t see the speckles in the oak here, but they’re very pretty. Too pretty to paint over.

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Daisy: the update!

So I strolled through the thrift store humming, “Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do!” to myself, and what turns up on the shelf?



Looks like Daisy got her man, her bicycle built for two, AND her hansom carriage. Lucky girl!

The universe sure has a funny sense of humor sometimes.

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“Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do!”


He loves me, he loves me not . . . . . do daisies always tell the truth?

“I’m half-crazy all for the love of you!
It won’t be a stylish marriage,
for I can’t afford a carriage.
But you’ll look sweet upon the seat
of a bicycle built for two!”

Do you know that old song?  It was new over a century ago! Our parents used to sing it together. Dad would play his guitar and sing the first verse, and Mom would reply with the second verse.

You’re gonna have to click here for verse two!

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.

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To the lovely young lady who bought my aqua GE tabletop fan at the Vintage Bazaar . . .

(And I don’t have a photo of that awesome fan because I sold it, sorry)


. . . I found the aqua “Oscillate” knob!

In the bottom of a box while we were packing up. You may not have even noticed that it was missing. I certainly didn’t!

Zip me an email at thedishsisters at gmail dot com and I’ll figure out how to get it to you!