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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Another Antique Breadboard

I have a thing for breadboards and the old european antique are my favorites.  I found a new one to add to my collection.  Love how worn down the edges are and the burn marks on the side.

I also love this old rolling pin too.


                                          Great addition to my WWII Ammo Basket


                                         I think the rolling pin is a nice compliment to the breadboards.


                    I really like that you can see where all the pieces of wood were joined together.


                         Both of these treasures came from Goodwill and were only $2.99 ea.   I'm so glad  they didn't know what they had, or the price would have been really high.


I am like a kid when I find a new treasure, I just get so tickled.  How about you, have you found any new treasures lately.

 I am joining the following parties:

 Savvy Southern Style for WOW , Green Willow Pond for What We Accomplished
 Ivy and Elephants for What's It Wednesday, DIY by Design for Fall Into Fall
 We Are That Family for Works For Me Wed.,Style Sisters for Centerpiece Wed. 
City Farmhouse for Inspiration Exchange Wed.
 Craftberry Bush for Inspiration Gallery Thursday
  The Shabby Creek Cottage for Transformation Thursday
 No Minimalist Here for Open House Party, Posed Perfection for All Things Thursday Hop
 Katherines Corner for Favorite Things, The Vintage Farmhouse for Creative Things 
 A Delightsome Life for Home and Garden,  Imparting Grace for Grace at Home
 Between Naps On The Porch for Tablescape Thursday
 From My Front Porch To Yours for Treasure Hunt Thursday
 The 36th Avenue for 36th Avenue Party




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34 comments:

  1. I swear, your GW is the best in the country!!!!!!!! I can't believe the amazing things you find there!!!! Love the bread boards AND that basket. How did you know it was an ammo basket????

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  2. its a perfect addition to your growing collection!

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  3. Great new additions to your basket, Marty! I like the rolling pin with the boards, too.

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  4. Hi Marty! I'm always on the lookout for great breadboards like this. So far I haven't had your good luck. Yours look wonderful displayed together!

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  5. Wow! I love that basket. I read about WW2 all the time - survivor stories. A sad time in history but I would love that ammo basket. Super cute!!!

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  6. Hi Marty, I love the old breadboards too and you have some wonderful ones.
    xx,
    Sherry

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  7. G.W. where I live is the best, too. And I'm just like you, so thrilled with new finds! I just picked up a large vintage Samsonite faux alligator suitcase for $35 at a local antiques place. Got home and saw it had just sold on ebay for $80!
    xoKathleen

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  8. You have a wonderful collection of bread boards! Great price too!

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  9. Marty, two great finds for certain. My latest really good find is a large white ironstone pitcher for $30 at a consignment shop. It's filled with flowers at the moment, and will be well used here.
    Love the basket of wooden breadboards!

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  10. What great buys ! Love the way they look in your basket !

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  11. Love them :) And love those thrift stores. I just posted my great find a few minutes ago. Check it out here: http://www.consideringitalljoy.com Blessings!

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  12. Oh I love your old bread boards, Marty. They are just wonderful..and what a buy!!!! xo Diana

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  13. love love love them Marty! All the more fun that they are thrifted and recycled!
    Jenna

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  14. I love the Antique bread board and they look fabulous in that basket I adore! I love, love this collection you have!
    Hugs,
    FABBY

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  15. Wow! that's a great price for your newest addition, Marty! And the Ammo basket is the perfect place to hold your growing collection of breadboards...love it! Have a wonderful week! Hugs, Poppy

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  16. Great finds! The wood on both pieces has such lovely patina! My Good Will never has cutting boards. I am always looking for them. You are a lucky girl! :)

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  17. I love bread boards, too and they can be so expensive for the good vintage ones. You found a really good deal.

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  18. What a great collection! They do look great in the basket. Good finds!

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  19. I love your new bread board. Your collection looks so good in the basket. Beautiful!!

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  20. Love your bread board and rolling pin, so cool that you found them at Goodwill.

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  21. I have not found any treasures lately because I haven't been looking but I need to go in search of something.... I might have to check out the local Goodwill - but I have never gotten lucky there. Love your boards and the rolling pin.
    Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

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  22. I'm going to plan a tour of the country, with my destinations being all of these GW stores where you bloggers find such fabulous bargains. Your GW store would be at the top of that list. Love your new breadboard and the rolling pin, and you absolutely stole those! Do I sound jealous? laurie

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  23. What a wonderful thing to collect and a fabulous find! I collect milk glass and I recently found a piece for 3 dollars that would have been 40 at an antique place. I was so excited. It was the first thing I had found in months.

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  24. Marty,
    Whoo hoo, dear friend!!!
    Great addition to your collection!!!
    I agree, the wooden rolling pin gives another demention to the basket!!!
    "Mr. Ed" & I found a great $.99 wooden frame today at our Goodwill...
    which is a rare find for the price here!
    Thanks for sharing!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  25. I love your bread boards and the way you display them. I am going to have to start haunting the Goodwill store for some myself!

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  26. Hi Marty! I love bread boards and you have some great ones. I don't collect them but I do have one with a handle that I have had since I was 18 and newly married. One of the first things I owned. I sit hot things on it, cut things on it and always keep it handy. It was also a big factor in one of my most embarrassing moments as a new wife.

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  27. I love how you have these displayed - great collection!

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  28. LOVE! Old breadboards are such a fun thing to collect and how fun that you got a great old rolling pin as well. You've put me in the mood for thrifting today!
    Blessings
    Patti

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  29. Marty,
    Like that new bread board and yes...the rolling pin does add some pop to collection.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  30. Incredible finds! Both are just perfect ~

    xo
    Pat

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  31. Great fines Marty, sometimes you can find great things at Goodwill that are not over priced. The basket is perfect for displaying. You always want to keep a roll pin handy never know when you might need it!!!!!!!

    Cathy's Cupboard Calamity<;)

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  32. How appropriate that this breadboard with all it's "battle scars" is stored in that awesome ammo basket. Love it! Thank you for sharing at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a lovely weekend! ~Deborah

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  33. Thank you for joining the fun and sharing your sweet blog at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop ♥

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  34. Your collection is absolutely marvelous, Marty - I'm still loving that basket! I will be featuring your post in this week's Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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