Last week my treasure hunting created a mystery with the large vintage shortening bin I picked up at a garage sale. And Andrea was super sweet in featuring it this week! Thank you so much for the feature, Andrea!
Well my mystery is no closer to being solved, but this week you might think I was becoming a tin collector!
Here’s what came home with me from a little treasure hunting excursion 🙂
That’s right. A vintage Empress jam can, c. 1940s-50s! That’s the tin collecting part, but I’m not actually ‘collecting’ tins… yet! 😉
I came home with this great little vintage piece. Love the old cardboard luggage, though this one might have been a briefcase!
This old glass bottle was also part of the mix. The glass at the bottom is super thick, and poured on an angle.
I don’t know what it was used for, but I thought it was kind of cool. I also liked this wine carafe because of its shape. Most the ones you find are round from bottom to top.
So these are my treasure finds this week! A little vintage and a lot of loooove!
When I bought the jam tin, the cashier asked me what I planned to do with it. I told her it might hold pens and pencils on my desk! What would you do with it?
Today I’m heading back over to the Junkin Joe Linky Party, ’cause the last one was just way too much fun! I hope you pop over and check out all the other vintage treasures, projects and thrifty finds!
And here’s a special shout out toAndrea at The Cottage Market for hosting! Thank you, Andrea!!!
Thank you for stopping by!
Photographs by Sheila Zeller; please link and credit if you choose to use!