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This weekend was our fall citywide garage sale. That's right. We have two each year. Spring and Fall. Both are exciting days! There were also two estate sales this weekend, and you know that I love a good auction!
First up, I have added members 3 and 4 to my Mixmaster family. The stand mixer on the left is the most complete one I have come across yet. Both bowls, the juicer attachment and bowl are all there. $2! I also got the fun little chrome Mixmaster Junior hand held mixer. $1.
This Pyrex addiction is going to have to stop somehow. Approximately $30 this weekend got me 11 pieces of Pyrex. I've written a more complete post about all of the pieces that I picked up over at The Pyrex Collective if you want to know details on individual pieces.
Two Hull planters (left and center) and a Haeger planter. I have a few Haeger pieces in this green color now. I think it's so soothing. ($2 each)
Some more planters!
Two great pieces of turquoise Club Aluminum. Who could pass up that color? $5 for the set.
Three Fire King baking dishes in Cornflower Blue. $6.
Lastly, some odds-n-ends. 6 Fire King mugs, a Hazel Atlas liquor measuring cup, a clear glass chip and dip set, and a pink and brown creamer that still has it's original sticker on it from Winart Pottery in Miami (pronounced "Miamah") Oklahoma. $3 for the mugs, $2 for the chip and dip set. The other things were a quarter each.