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Thrift Store Finds

I had another successful trip to my favorite thrift store yesterday.  I ended up leaving with 6 items for a total of $13.45 (including tax).  What did I get for that price?  Let me show you...

2 milk glass bowls-$2.59


I have a thing for milk glass, so these petite, classic bowls definitely caught my eye.   They are great for holding jewelry, soap or any other little nicknacks that need a place to call home- a stylish home.

2 vintage brass pans-$1.38

Here's a picture of them on my table runner to give you a better idea of their size.  I'm going to use these as art for the wall in my next kitchen.  I love the contrast of the shiny brass pan with the dark iron handle.

1 canary yellow Spanish travel book- $1.48
I bought this for its warm yellow color, textured backing and beautiful embossed crest- not because I plan on traveling to Iberia, Spain.  And I think it will look great with the rest of my hardback book collection.

1 brass trophy lamp-$6.96!

This was definitely the biggest steal of the day.  While I definitely knew I'd need to replace the lampshade, I loved it for the shape and size of the brass base.  I guess I'm developing a thing for brass too :)

Not too shabby for $13.45, huh?

  
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