Hello Everyone! Welcome to this weeks segment of Vintage Thingies Thursday.
Thursday is the day to showcase your vintage treasures and to share your special things with everyone.
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Sorry, I really don't like complicated rules for these memes, so I have tried to simplify this down to the minimum. Don't be shy, we have fun every week. Join us if you can.
This week, I would like to show you a few of my bear items. These are really a fun collectible. I always smile when I see some of my bear treasures.
These are a pair of brown bear salt and pepper shakers. I purchased these at an estate sale for $3.00. I love the spaghetti bodies of these little bears. I think they are very unusual and are a nice addition to my vintage bear items.
Next, I have several of my bear glasses....some may call these Swanky Swigs. This glass is one of my larger type of glasses. Notice the cute little bears stealing honey and the bees coming after them.
Here is the other side view of the glass. Don't you think these are so cute and happy little glasses?
This is another larger glass that I have, but the design is a little different but similar just the same. This one has pine trees, and one little bear stealing the honey...but it has the same angry bees!
This is the smallest glass I have, this is more of a juice glass. Still, the theme is the same, bears after honey and the bees not too pleased.
I hope you enjoyed a look at my vintage glasses and salt and pepper shakers in a bear theme. Be sure to link in to this post and show off some of your vintage treasures today. Have a great week everyone!
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