Anywho, first-up we have a couple of splurge personal purchases. I was obsessed with the Beetlejuice movie and cartoon series as a child, a internal nostalgia-meter guided me to this beautiful Beetlejuice toy with interchangeable heads. And my Japanophile-geek self loves the Ultraman toy, too.
Next we have this resplendent Trav-L-Bar! It's a Mad Men era "portable bar" with everything intact- including the key to the entire case and the original key! It looks like it's never been used. Please do e-mail me if you're interested in this gorgeous piece.
Woah, sexy naked lady cups! This vintage set from the 50s is made in Japan. I'd never seen anything quite like them, ass and titties everywhere. You know you need these as a conversation piece for your bar!
This gorgeous PBR bar lamp is already sold. It's meant to be wall-mounted and is all kinds of vintage glorious for a personal bar.
Owl Clock! I rushed at this stand-out beauty at the flea market. It's such a unique piece!
I originally saw these super-kitsch bookends as "piratey." On second-glance, they are very western. Either way, they're beautiful. The Dragon Ball Z comic books are from my own massive collection; they're not thrift finds ;)
Another favorite find is this set of fox glasses. My last set sold quickly, so I'm sure this one won't last long either!
I thought this Florida souvenir plate featuring Disney characters was one of my cutest finds...ever! It's in beautiful shape, so I hope someone scoops it up soon!
This informative houseplant and gardening themed card set comes with its own greenhouse shaped dome. I'll admit that my plant loving soul guided me to make this purchase...oops! A bit of an impulse buy, but one I'm sure will pay off in the end.
I'd never seen a vintage mushroom deviled egg plate like this one; I'm powerless against the hypnotic pull of charming vintage shroom swag...but this one is of course, for sale if anyone is interested!
This lovely black and sleek mid century modern lamp was a fun find as well, it's doubling as lighting and merchandise in my antique store booth for the moment.
I continue to collect kokeshi dolls. I've passed over a few very beautiful ones because of the price, but this one was only a buck. Who would resist? She'll look nice with her sisters perched high in my kitchen.
The final finds are a vintage family tree wall hanging with cute silhouettes of farm animals and a very mod never-used turtle sponge set!
Ah, so much to price, accomplish, and explore and so little time...