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The Turkey Mantle

Thanksgiving Mantle of Vintage Turkeys


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Kinda the same as last year. But at least I got it out! I didn’t do 4th of July or Halloween this year. Not because I didn’t want to. There just hasn’t been time.

Not many words today. Since I haven’t had many pictures lately, I thought I’d just show some of the things I’ve found in the past couple of weeks.


A Goebel Madonna, a K. Adams enamel plate, funky pillow, Paris scenes framed tiles, two pink Depression dishes I liked for candle holders, Rooster stove set, pair of Tappan stove trays/ burner covers, Danish modern candlesticks, blue windmill tile, a lot of Gorham Summer Sky glasses, large fashion prints, old owl stationery, pink ceiling globe and a amateur roses painting. There’s been more, but that’s all I have pictures of at the moment.

Y’all have a great Thanksgiving!

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Hi! I'm Wanda, the owner of Just Vintage and this is my blog. Just Vintage sells decor and collectibles. This blog is all about the business, our home, our DIY projects and our lives.

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4 thoughts on “The Turkey Mantle

  1. Hi,
    look at your 11/26/09 post and love the amature rose painting, is it for sale and what is the $?

  2. Your Turkey mantle looks great! For some reason I never come across old turkeys when I’m junking – but, pheasants pop up a lot. So I gave in to them. Maybe I should serve pheasant instead of turkey!?!? Who would ever know? Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  3. Love those psycodelic(sp) candles!

  4. Love all the turkeys!

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