It didn't take long before I feel into a hallucinatory state of Pyrextasy. It was everywhere and priced fairly fairly.
I know, I know. There were squeals of delight as I probed every corner. Yes, let your mind go wild - it was THAT good.
They even had a funky old Pyrex test tube kit. I'll be back for that.
Oh yes, before we hit Southworks, I found this Spring Blossoms divided dish for $7.99 at Value Village. They had several pieces that I already had.
Back to Southworks. I regrettably didn't buy the Delphite fridgies, if that's what they were. There's a close-up of them on Yard Sale Snoop. I had already committed to several pieces which a keen employee had schlepped to the front counter and I had to draw the line somewhere on the spending. I did get the two red fridgies and the Butterprint fridgie for $8 each.
Horizon Blue 409 (or 407) set me back $10. In hindsight, I should have left this one at the counter and run back for the Delphite fridgies. You can see how conflicted I still am. I'll be dreaming weirdly tonight.
Oh baby, work that camera! I finally found the bowl to take away the heartache. I've been waiting like a hideous bridesmaid watching everyone trott out their magnificent Butterprint collections. Well, today I felt like Pippa on her wedding day - getting married to Johnny Depp. This ginormous 444 cost $10. I almost tackled it when I saw it on a chair with comic books stuck in it. "MINE!"
Oh bowl. I love you more than you'll ever know.
I also bought this sweet little blue bowl for $4.And Spring Blossom 403 was mine for $7. I highly recommend you check out this antique market if you live in Southern Ontario.
Happy, happy, joy, joy!