We had a great weekend treasure hunting, and found some amazing items. We’ve been so busy getting ready for flea market season that it’s been hard to get things into our Etsy shop! Even though we’re running a little bit behind, I had to share a picture of some of this weekend’s finds. We picked up a whole box of Shiny Brite and West German ornaments from a delightful elderly fellow who was cleaning out his basement. I also bought yards and yards of floral 1970s fabric from him. I’m going to use it for new curtains for our ’72 Shasta Trailer. We’re always buying melamine and Pyrex, and got some lovely pink pieces for the shop. There was a great old KitchenAid mixer for sale there too – I had to resist. We visited an antique store in New Kensington, PA, Birthplace of the Aluminum Industry, and found a complete Lurelle Guild designed Mayfair coffee service tucked away in a corner. It was surrounded by the most Kensington Ware we’d ever seen in once place – which makes perfect sense, because where else would it wind up? We picked up a bundle of Kensington Ware, including the Lurelle Guild set, as well as two lovely hats for the shop. Right next door is the storefront of Fresh Heirlooms, a fantastic little store that sells housewares with a repurposed, funky flair. There we met Joe and the shop kitties, and I bought a BEAUTIFUL cherry red 1950s Sylvania radio for my kitchen. If you’re in the area hit them up, we loved their shop and can’t wait to visit them again! And if you’d like to come visit us, we’ll be at the Allegheny-Kiski Valley Historical Society Fleatique on May 18, weather permitting. We’ll have melamine, lamps, furniture – there’s something for everyone in the Polyverse!