It is extremely easy to glance at this table and see exactly what caught my eye based on past posts.
Who guessed right?
Not hard, huh?
I was just strolling past a random table filled with random objects. I asked the vendor, "How much?" He said, "$85 but I'll sell it to you for $15." A unique approach. I was too shy to offer $10, but my scouring of eBay let me know that between $10 and $15 was probably about right. My favorite search, in order to price my own items for sale on eBay or understand how much things are really worth, is to click eBay "Advanced Search," enter an item description and check "Sold Listings." The truth is always in what people are willing to pay for things.
This lazy susan set has no markings except for the 3 divots on the bottom from the kiln process, but is clearly mid-century and probably California pottery by the colors. It is too thin and fragile feeling to be Bauer.
I also grabbed a white Bauer pot, fairly reasonably priced at $35 (but not cheap) from the wire plant stand guy of the previous post. I am always game for another Bauer pot. Or two.
On Sunday, I arranged my latest acquisitions for a little private last day of summer goodbye. We really only have had about two weeks of pleasant sunny summer weather. So we barely got to say hello.
Outside it is already getting cooler earlier.
So inside we went.
Flea market purchases = happiness. Don't you agree?