This is what I bought from the kitsch jammed antique mall display cases that I posted about a couple of days ago.
The little Santa mug set is one of my favorite kinds, so had to grab them. Of course that lenticular eyed Santa was coming home with me!
The Artnart-ish ceramic deer is marked Japan, no maker though.
So many on IG seems to find beautiful mercury picks at estate sales, garage sales and thrift stores. I rarely find them and when I do, they are usually so pricey! I was thrilled to find these picks at a decent price. They are shown in the photos inside the white paper mache boot on the top shelf. I bought all the red and then went back a week later and bought the gold. There were some silver, but were sadly in poor shape.
The older matching Halloween plates and napkins are in the original packages. I always thought this design was a fun one, so happy to find these. They’re made by Beach Products.
I think the older Hallmark items have really sweet graphics and these Halloween plates no exception! The 60’s Halloween noisemaker is one I remember from my childhood.
I’m getting out of the linen business, haha, so not sure why I bought the Florida hankie!
Etsy recently had a feature on state glasses and I was drawn to the warm pinks, corals and watermelon colors they highlighted. One down, ??? to go!
Last item is a lonely little package of Dennison flag shield stickers.
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