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Etched Glass Chimney -- Goodwill Outlet Survivor

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Posted 2 years ago

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epson233
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Most likely a fairly new piece -- but i wanted to posted it anyway as i am still in shock how it survived -- found it this afternoon at the goodwill outlet -- if you shop the outlets you know fragile items can end up in bins with monster heavy items such as printers, tvs, etc -- how this one made it through the goodwill stores as they move these items back and forth between portland and vancouver, survive the packing on the way to the stores, end up in a bin with heavy items and not a scratch, chip or crack on it -- go figure -- also it cost me a whopping 39 cents as they sell glassware at the outlets by the pound and this one was under a pound -- all i had to do is clean off the candle wax and i think i got a real beauty -- it goes very well with my etched antique mirror above my sideboard -- both have a similar pattern -- it is a fairly substantially sized chimney -- measuring 16 inches in height with a 6 inch diameter at the top and bottom
4th pic is the antique mirror -- the chimney sets over the blue candle stick to the left

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  1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
    "You dun good".
  2. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    thanks blunderbuss -- have a great evening and stay warm -- lol
  3. bratjdd bratjdd, 2 years ago
    Yay!!!! you found this beautiful etched piece I love it. Thank you for sharing.
    39 cents is agrest deal. I try not to go above $2.00 Lol
  4. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    well your most welcome bratjdd -- always glad to have you come visit me -- have a great evening -- new pics posted on steamboat lady or aka biker babe for this week --
  5. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    thanks sean -- will be checking out your new postings this morning next -- have a great day
  6. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    thank jay -- yes i agree -- however our goodwill people are getting too well educated as i do not find the neat ole stuff i did 2 years ago -- mostly clothes are what is available these days and the other is just pretty much junk -- ted still finds the goodies -- he found a camera that you use on the back of a motorhome when backing -- they sell at campers world for around $300 -- he got it for the price of the weight -- $1.59 -- hhhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeee -- they missed that one -- so now we have back up -- which you need with a 35 footer -- however you get spoiled -- i never had one on my semi that i used to deliver grain to the elevators in lincoln nebraska -- goodness i miss my detroit howler -- hugs to you kid
  7. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    can't back "pups" for crap -- "but give me forty acres and i'll turn this rig around" ha -- name that tune and artist in 30 seconds -- can't carry a tune for crap either -- have a good one (pups are the driver's lingo for triples or 3 trailers gang banging one another) -- my favorite is what the truckers call the call girls at the truck stops -- got any guess -- will let you ponder that one for awhile
  8. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    lot lizards -- my first husband was a truck driver with consolidated freightways -- he was an awesome driver -- won several national rodeo trucking championships -- now he could back pups!!!!!
  9. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    thanks inky, phil, jay, justanovice,sean brat, blunderbuss, and mustangtony for the loves

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