Thursday, 12 June 2014

Fabulous Finds - Victoria

I was very lucky on our trip to Victoria that my husband stopped at all the thrift and collectable stores I requested, as a result I found many 70's treasures.
These were from the first second hand store we stopped at in Keith, just before we crossed over the border. I think they were a bargain at $16 but I had to shop quickly so I probably missed quite a few things. Everything in the shop looked 1950's to 1970's, I wish I had more time to look around.

I love this one!

These cups 50 cents each, what a bargain!

The next stop was the Salvation Army shop at Kaniva. Two plates only 40 cents each.

This jar was from the church thrift shop in Hastings, also found a Guitar Hero guitar for only $1.

From the Salvation Army thrift store Geelong.

We stopped at the sweetest collectibles and second hand store just before the Grampians. They had so many fabulous things piled up everywhere. The tray was only $2 and matches my flour sifter, the pyrex citrus jug was $5 but it is something I have always wanted, my grandmother has one when I was a child. The Johnson's plates were only $1 each and it is one of my favourite patterns. 

I did get a selection of fabric and items from another thrift shop and market, all very inexpensive.

1 comment:

  1. Your trip sure was successful. I love looking through new-to-me op-shops.
    The Johnson ware is lovely as always. x


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