Since it was raining yesterday, tons of yard sales were postponed until today, which meant I had time to check a few out. I found some toys and a Thomas the Train stool for the baby which will be useful. But the most interesting was the third and last yard sale I went to. It was a British couple who were moving to the US and downsizing. I took a quick scan and spotted some English Pyrex, so I was very excited. Then I asked if she had anymore, and she showed me one more on another table. She was asking $15 for them. I didn't like the pattern on the smallest of the casserole dishes but I decided to put them all aside while I looked around some more. I'll get back to that in a minute. They had some very interesting things. I couldn't resist these adorable milk bottles (even the cap at the top says milk).
There were also some pretty scarves, including a Vera (that I keep reading about on other blogs), which I thought were a steal at $2 each.
I was drawn to these accordian folders that look like purses by Vera Bradley, how cute!
Ok, so back to the Pyrex, sadly it was not a well lit garage and there was no sunlight, and partially blinded by my Pyrex fever, I failed to notice some serious defects. The lid on the small casserole was badly chipped in several places. And middle casserole (one of my favourite English patterns) was missing a chunk (as well as being lid-less). I tried to take a closeup but I'm not sure if you can really see, but it's right under the orange flower on the small casserole. :(
Linking to Apron Thrift Girl's thrift share Monday