We had another week of light thrifting, as has been the norm lately. My only stop was our standard: the Savers in Nashua, and as usual I didn't leave empty handed. Julia managed to also visit our old Savers in Danvers, MA where she purchased a few treasures. Not pictured today are a leather purse Julia bought for herself as well as a vintage coat and sweater. We're hoping to do a large post soon on vintage clothing finds of the past few months; we have quite the growing collection. If we don't list more soon we may need to just stop buying them, but the big issue right now is that it's too cold to photograph Julia in them outside!
So I only bought three items this week -- the most exciting of which is this hilarious piece of "illusion art" depicting Ché, Castro, and someone else (ideas?). Basically if you look at it straight on you see Ché, if you look at it from the right you see Castro, and if you view it from the left your see the other guy.
This skinny wool tie from Scotland is the second out of my three finds from Savers.
Julia found this hanging planter with raccoon decorations on the macramé at the Nashua Savers. Unfortunately Julia wasn't home to help me take pictures and I couldn't get a shot of it hanging by myself. It's just a simple piece, but the hilarious raccoons definitely make it.
And the third purchase I made this week, as well as the last of this post, is a little nut grinder (I believe, but I may be wrong about its purpose). I know that I have spotted these before at antique stores and at flea markets, but I've never found one for the right price... until this one from the Savers in Nashua, NH.
What do you think of our finds? Did you pick up anything interesting this week?
These blogs also host great link-ups that we join, so make sure you check them out, too: Apron Thrift Girl, Me and my Shadow, Sir Thrift-A-Lot, and a brand new one at Remnant!
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