I have picked up some interesting metal pieces over the last few weeks at various yard and estate sales.
I liked the shape of this vintage Trade Continental Mark hand wrought serving piece. The raised leaves on either side add nice interest.
Not sure what flower this is, but I liked it. (Edited to add: Thanks to Cindy from Cindy’s Clipboard who tells me this is the Chrysanthemum pattern.)
I attended an estate sale where there were lots of cookbooks and baking items. I picked up these vintage molds and biscuit cutters while there.
It’s an individual serving size mold.
This Nesco flour sifter was another treasure found at the estate sale.
This Shellie Bottle Rack looks like it would have held vintage baby bottles. What do you think?
Measuring cups come in handy for many things. These would be perfect to use as scoops in my flour and sugar bins.
I saw this small shallow bowl with floral designs and picked it up, too.
The markings are worn away from the back. Does anyone recognize the maker? (Edited to add: Thanks again to Cindy from Cindy’s Clipboard who tells me this appears to be a Buenilum mark.)
This tray was a nice size with interesting handles so it came home with me as well.
I’m thinking we can make great use of this when carrying things out to the deck and the grill.
My favorite find of all my metal treasures would have to be this aluminum two-tiered tray.
This server will be great for cookies, cupcakes, finger sandwiches — even for displaying a collection of vintage Santa mugs which I recently acquired. Oh, the possibilities!
I hope to visit the parties at Flea Market Finds at Her Library Adventures, Knick of Time’s Knick of Time Tuesday, Nifty Thrifty Tuesdays at Coastal Charm, Today’s Thrifty Treasures at Southern Hospitality, Thrifty Things Friday at The Thrifty Groove, and The Penny Worthy Project at Hey, What’s for Dinner Mom? I hope you can stop by them, too.