I don't have all of the pieces, but enough to fill up the stable. The figurines are from the early 1980's.
The very gold (I dry brushed him in creamy white in an earlier post) cherub figurine that I purchased thrifting for $5 at the end of November, joins the Nativity set to herald the birth of our Savior. A flameless candle and rustic lantern from Kirkland's complete the vignette.
My coffee table has glass canisters with various glass balls, a small bottle brush tree in a tree jar and a silver "Peace" three dimensional sign. I purchased the large canister for $6 thrifting last summer. I have featured it on my blog before filled with vintage aluminum kitchen utensils.
I purchased four of these Johnson Brothers vintage coasters at the thrift shop for $2 for all. I think it is the "Merry Christmas" pattern.
I just found this figural hand ashtray at the consignment shop for $4. It is marked Japan. They had it standing up on end because they didn't know it was an ashtray.
I think it's very kitsch, and I pick up a little kitsch now and then.
I put a little snow in the palm and a little vintage Christmas fawn (made in Japan) that screams kitsch. Isn't he adorable? I'll bet it will be the only figural hand ashtray with a Christmas fawn on top vignette in the whole world this Christmas.
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