Saturday, June 22, 2013

Hazel Atlas....Squeal!

So...I  OK, some might say that, but I'm on a budget and I live wisely and frugally.  That is how I would put it.  But, sometimes you just have to splurge alittle.  I've sold so much vintage stuff this month I decided to get a few things.  Some are coming from Etsy and I will share soon!  However, this find has been sitting in the collectors case of a senior center thrift for 3 weeks.  Finally, I couldn't stand it any longer...and when I saw how much these are going for online, and how rare, I knew it was a great deal even if it's more than I would usually pay.  So, I paid the $20 for the set of four....

Hazel Atlas Striped Bowls!!!!

In my favorite vintage color...RED!


I already had this cute Hazel children's mug found for 69 cents


And look how cute they look with their Pyrex Hostess sisters!

Now I just need to find these...

I found a vintage looking sign to add to my July 4th display at the same shop.

I wanted to show you my husband's Father's Day gift too

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Thrifty Country Gal said...

OH MY GOSH! Loving all the red and white. Don't you think ANYTHING Hazel Atlas is gorgeous!

Stacey Johnson said...

Yes, I do love it!

Melissa said...

Those are awesome and they look great in your patriotic display!
Totally worth it! : )

ThrifterSisters said...

Hanna called me and told me that I needed those bowls since I have the glasses that match! For the life of me, I cannot remember where I got them. But she is right, I do need those bowls but I highly doubt I will find them at the same great price you did:-)

Great score!


Stacey Johnson said...

Erica, Ahhhh! You have the glasses? OK, we need to get together and have a party with the bowls and glasses :)

Heidi@TheMerryMagpieVintage said...

I LOVE them! I would have bought them too! Just think, you can use them to decorate for July 4 (or any patriotic holiday, really) and Christmas and Valentine's Day too--so you can get a ton of mileage out of them and make the cost totally worth it!

Stacey Johnson said...

So true Heidi! Thanks