This vase found at a secondhand store was made by Royal Haeger Potteries located in the United States.
I picked up this dish I wasn't sure who the maker was and was surprised to see Corning Ware on the bottom. The only name for the pattern I could find called it Avocado Corning Ware.
My boyfriend found this paperweight at a garage sale and brought it home for me.
This Anne Tainter postcard is one of many I picked up at the secondhand store I'll be sharing more of them in the next while. Boy can I relate to this thought.
I picked up this casserole dish I think it may be English Pyrex but I do not know for sure.
These items I photographed in Fort Langley, British Columbia around the outside of the Village Antique Mall.
For once I can say I know something about this picture it's of my grandfather as a child with his father my great grandfather it was taken in a rock quarry.
Nordic Dawn Begonia
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