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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Spotted A Couple Interesting Items At The Thrifts Yesterday. Just Thought I'd Share. Nice Dining Table And A Vintage Range. Status: Available.


This needy but beautiful dining table has been languishing at the Salvation Army thrift store (on Lindbergh near Waterford) for weeks.  Yeah, it needs a little help but it would look really amazing me thinks.

$50 ain't bad for a sturdy wood dining table but yeah, it's a little pricey for the thrift store.  But I

think there is a furniture sale at the Salvation Army coming up soon.  The table could also use a

sanding and refinish.  Check out the contrasting wood grain.  That would look so beautiful when



Vintage ranges always have a soft spot in my heart.  This one looks really nice and is only $40 at

the Value Village on Natural Bridge in North County. They don't have all the fancy electronics but

there's so little to go wrong.  It's why these old ranges keep going and going.  They were meant to

last a lifetime.  And look so purdy the whole time!


  1. Mr. Modtomic - I have a 1949 Westinghouse electric stove, similar to the one you show. It works fine needs thermostat for oven – interested ? I am in Alton Ilinois

  2. Really? 50 lousy bucks and this table is still there? I'd have snatched that up post haste! Even that gas range is a sweet deal for the price. It looks pretty and appears to be in great shape. Hope someone saves them both!

  3. Dining table with a sturdy look is always a comprehensive matter to deal with. Also, the price, which is $50 never look so heavy on the pocket. once you come in touch with the beautiful design, you won't look at the amount.

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