At my first stop I picked up a large, heart shaped Belleek dish (like the one pictured left) stillin the box. It's the gold stamp (1981-1992) and it was still in the box. I paid more than I wanted to ($20) but I can never leave Belleek behind.
At my next stop I got these cute turkey salt and pepper shakers:
I thought they were cute and I'll use them on Thanksgiving. I paid $3 for them.
Then I got this green bowl in the Cherry Blossom pattern. I paid $2 for it because there is a small chip on the rim. A true collector would probably have left it, but I liked it and for $2, well..
It's the larger, 8-1/2 size. It looks pretty in my china cabinet and that little chip means I won't be afraid to use it!
At my next stop I picked up this oval serving dish in Hocking's Miss America pattern:
I paid a hefty $18 for that one, but it's flawless and I love the pink.
My find of the day was these three goblets from Central Glass Works:
The pattern is 1426-1 and has floral etching on the bowl. They're a gorgeous pink and flawless. There were only three of them and I paid $5 each for them! Central Glass works was in production from 1895 to 1939 so these are pretty old. I love, love, love them!
Good day treasure hunting! More expensive than usual, but I'm pleased.