As promised, I have returned to post about my Saturday flea market finds. Hopefully the pyrex collecting veterans don't find my newb excitement completely sophomoric!
These early american bowls were the first pyrex I found when I got to the market. The lady selling them said she'd take $10 for the set. So, I said I'd think about it and come back. 30 seconds later I was $10 short and carrying around a bag of bowls as if it were a baby. But, I needed that 30 seconds to think because I wasn't sure if I liked the print...I'm still not sure...but what a steal, right? Maybe someone will be up for a trade later.
I found this blue snowflake pair next. The lady selling them was asking for $30 but I got her down to $20. I wish I went even lower but I was busy peeing my pants with excitement (not literally but I wasn't too far off =/).
I totally redeemed myself with this find, though. An old town blue gravy boat(?) for $2! The price tag initially said $4 but when I asked the man who was watching the tables while the seller stepped away momentarily if he would take $2, he said, "ehh sure why not?". Right place, right time, people.
This pressed flowers casserole dish with the lid AND a stand was my favorite find of the day. The price tag said $12. I asked the man how low he would go and he said $10. I looked at my Mr. for approval who just laughed and I walked away a happy girl =)