The other day, I went to my favorite haunt to donate 3 bags of toys and stuffed animals. (I LOVE Spring Cleaning!) Since I was there, I figured to browse, but seriously didn't expect to find anything. I just wasn't in the mood. First things I saw? These adorable vintage Lefton Pixie bunnies!
This little girl Pixie is in excellent shape. My jaw dropped when I found her!
Seated right next to her, was her little friend. Although there are no chips or cracks, unfortunately, there is some paint rubbed off from her face. I debated trying to touch it up, but decided to be a purist and leave well enough alone.
I know there are lots of pixie lovers out there and might sell them in my Etsy Shop. The jury is still out on that one.
I immediately spotted vintage Lefton bunny planter. It wasn't until I got home that I noticed 2 of the tips of the leaves were chipped off, but still looks really good!
And ANOTHER vintage Easter planter! This one is in excellent condition and the chick is just adorable.
Another Peter Rabbit to add to my growing Easter collection. My mantel is looking so spring-time fresh!
Remember these old clocks?! Wind them up and they play a tune. Plus, the front hands move to teach the child how to tell time. Nic claimed it as his own.
A peek at the cute old graphics.
And how about this? A 1950s PlaySkool puzzle rack, filled with wood puzzles!
Some of the puzzles, like Charlie Brown, are dated 1950.
They're made of wood and all of them inside the rack make it pretty heavy!
I actually had to research this Alice in Wonderland plate. It says, "Fishs Eddy" on the bottom, which is a store on Broadway in NYC. At first, I thought it might be a butter dish, but it is described on their site as a "mini rectangular tray" 3x6. I don't think this particular dish is being sold anymore.
Here's a close-up.
Not bad for an unexpected morning of thrifting!!