Actually, my most expensive find came from the GW store. I have wanted a silver wine bucket for a long time. It was $10.00, more than I wanted to spend, but still cheaper than new. Hobnail vase and platter, 3 and 1 dollar.
I adore these grape leaf salad plates, 4 for $5. This little teapot was $2. Do you put coffee filters between your plates to prevent scratching? Some people use paper plates, but coffee filters are less expensive.
This large green glass bowl was $3, and the handled plate behind it was $1. That is a full sized plate, so you can see how big that bowl is.
There are actually 5 of these green goblets.. today's price..... $2
I put a cup next to this large platter so you can see the size. Again, this came from GW and was $3.99, but it is Mikasa. I can see it lined with crispy lettuce leaves, rows of cold shrimp, and the cocktail sauce in the little divider. Yum!
I just couldn't resist getting another picnic basket at $3, and the footed bowl in the background was the same price. The two trays were taped together at the GW and they were $5.99. Perfect condition. It seems my GW purchases were more expensive than any garage sale stuff. Is it that way in your area, too?
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There are lots of other great treasures there, so stop by!