Thursday, January 6, 2011

JUNKIN FINDS FRIDAY #10

Welcome to the 10th Junkin Finds Friday and our first in 2011~  I'm sure there will be lots of junk to share this year!  Let me start with a few items I found last week.

Is this not the coolest coffee pot ever! 
 So very Sixties! 
It looks like Pyrex glass but is not marked except for Cory D3FL...it has the inside stem and basket, so cute!   Ready......
Only 80 cents!  SCORE!

This wonderful little aluminum coffee pot is made by Worthmore and is a 4 cup pot
Again it has all its 'insides' and this pot was only $1
Mr ALC and I love coffee and have an eclectic aray of coffee pots and were happy to add these to our growing collection.
I love the design on this gravy boat...
so mid century
marked Salem North Star and only 69 cents plus a 30% Senior Discount!   
Very cool turquoise & tan design

Finding Pyrex always makes me happy
This 1-1/2 QT casserole is a size I use a lot.   I love the yellow and best of all only cost $2.50

So those are my finds this week.  For me it was a great retro week!  What did you find?  

Please follow these few rules!
Link up your post not your blog and leave a link back to this post so others can join in! 
Also don't forget my 400+ followers giveaway
You have until Jan 12th to enter!

Happy Junkin,
Linda

30 comments:

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

LOVE the coffee pot...I had one just like it a few years ago...think I might have sold it at a garage sale:( Thanks for hosting Linda!

Blessings,
Linda

Ann said...

Great finds and soooo cheap! The aluminum coffee pot looks like the one that sat on my Grandads stove. Love the pyrex!

Karie's Chic Creations said...

Linda, every time I see pyrex at the local thrift shop I think of you. Wish I could send it your way. I have come across some real cool pieces. Thanks for sharing all your great finds and for hosting the party. Karie

Linda said...

Great finds, Linda~ love the wonderful coffeepot and great Pyrex casserole dish! Thanks for the party!

the cape on the corner said...

that gravy boat is fab, i love the starburst type retro design. and that pyrex is the perfect size! can't be sure-hope my good find isn't against the rules, since it's not from junkin'.

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Hi Linda! I love those coffee pots! I have the loaf pan like your yellow casserole! Gotta love it when your own stuff makes it to vintage status...sorta like me! lol Regards to Charlie from the staff!!...happy weekend...Debbie

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

Cool coffee pot! I remember those days when i was a kid and that coffee pot was on the stove, popping away! I can't wait to get thrifting again, I am in a lull right now.

Bounty Huntress said...

Your coffee pot should marry my chip & dip set!

Diann said...

I love that first retro coffee pot! Such cool finds this week!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, I'm in love with the yellow pyrex. What a pretty color! My friend Lisa has a pattern very similar to the one on your little creamer, and I remember coffee pots like that one!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Vonlipi said...

That coffee pot is the coolest!

Is the baking dish a Pyrex? it looks like one. So very useful.

Great finds as usual my friend! :)

Loo xx from Jumbles and Pompoms said...

Love your bits, Linda. That first coffee pot is fabulous.

sissie said...

Hi Linda!
I love your cool and quirky coffee pots! Girl, you have collected so many wonderful things that you could open up your own antique booth! Did you ever think of doing that?

I know you are excited and anticipating the arrival of your grandbaby which makes this a very special year for you.

You are one of the sweetest bloggers around and I just love coming here to visit.

hugs
Sissie

Erin@likegrandmas said...

Linda, I have an aluminum coffee pot almost identical(your knob looks a hair bigger and brighter), so that is so cool! And that baking dish looks awesome!

Sherrie said...

Your gravy boat is the design I call sputnik. I have written about this pattern several times in my blog. In the last 10 years I have only found a few pieces here or there. I am on a mission. How cool you found it.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

How fun. That little aluminum one is just like the one my mom had and used for years. Brought back sweet memories. Great finds. Hugs, Marty

Rosie said...

What cool vintage finds! I never find good vintage stuff at thrift stores. I gotta go to Georgia for thrifting.

dogsmom said...

Fun finds and don't we L O V E any discounts we can claim?

~~Carol~~ said...

Great retro finds, especially that first coffee pot! And that second one reminds me of my grandparents, who always had a pot like that heating on the old wood stove!

Betsy said...

What fabulous treasures! Doesn't it make the find so much sweeter when you get such a good deal?
Thanks for hosting Linda. Have a great weekend.

Marigene said...

Cute coffee pot...I never made very good coffee in those you had to perk on the stove! It always came out on the bitter side.
When are you going to open a store with all the Pyrex you own?

Ames said...

Hey Linda, the sugar and creamer looks like the Franciscan Atomic Starburst pattern too! You know the old metal coffee pots are great to have when the power goes out too! I tell you Pyrex is all the rage now! Makes me wish I hadn't passed up a lot of it.~Ames

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Great finds Linda! I think the first little coffee pot is adorable-enjoy:@)

Sherry said...

Sorry I'm late to the party....Thanks for hosting! Love all your finds....especially the gravy boat!!!
Sherry@Back2Vintage

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Hi linda, I always love to stop by and see all your great finds. The coffee pots are wonderful!
Hugs,
Sherry

Deb said...

Regarding your comment, Linda on adopting another cat I wonder if you would consider fostering a cat for the local shelter to see if Charlie would accept it in time. There is always a trial time for two cats to agree to live together. That way if it doesn't work out the shelter will place it in a different foster home. Just a suggestion. My experience with introducing cats has shown me that introducing a female to a male is the best mix. The new cat should be young and less-intolerant but if you want to adopt a senior then it may just take a little more time. Each cat is so individual that it is hard to predict. Maybe adding one of the products I posted about for calming would help while they are getting to know each other. Keep me posted.

Love of the Sea said...

You have acquired some great stuff. Do you do this party every Friday? I will have to remember to do a post and link up in the future!! Have a great weekend!!

Rose @ Confessions of a Curbshopaholic said...

Hi Linda, I finally got over to join the party, I was so happy it was still open. Yours and Gails are my "must do" linky parties every week. :)
I have that same aluminum coffee pot. Been planning to put some cut flowers in it from the garden come spring time. I'm thinking my peonies would look awesome in that!
Do you have yours all displayed as a collection?

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Another super Thriftin Week for you! LOVE the coffee pots and of course the pyrex. Sorry to be so late in entering my post. I had to go out of town without laptop before Friday posting time. I'm on my way to visit a few of the Thrifters! Thanks for hosting! I'll be more timely next week....I hope!

Simply Bungalow said...

Love the coffee pots. Just found you and got to link up to your party. Having a great time browsing your blog. I love all the vintage eye candy!
~Heidi