When I’m thriting or at antique fairs I normally end up seeking out and buying mostly camera and photography related type items so today I thought I’d share some of my ‘girly thrift’. I know girly might be considered a stereotypical nonexclusive word but I was looking for a broad term that included all the little nick nacks I have around the house for no other reason than they are cute. Anyways, starting off are my retro kitty porcelain salt and pepper shakers and cat figure that I adore.
Hello Kitty phone that lights up bought for $1, I don’t know who uses a landline anymore but I use it as a book end.
Two vintage frames of mixed media art consisting of an oil painted background with the swans and doves made with real feathers.
A retro Coke Cola wooden display, likely made in the 1970’s based of an older tin sign.
A retro My Little Pony missing it’s tail given as a trade.
Found at Puces St-Henri this last weekend, I rarely find My Litte Pony’s while at flea markets that are worth buying so I was excited. The price of $20 for all 3 was a bit much but I caved.
Vintage taxidermy keychain, I consider it my Pokemon.
Darling chocolate tin featuring a cat, unsure of year but probably after 1950s.
A vintage Talc tin for Evening in Paris, likely 1920s era.
Not thrifted but had to include my desktop Sailor Scouts.
And lastly my grandmother’s perfume bottle, which has a delightful shape and color.