As usual all this stuff, plus lots more, is available in Ayoka Charity Shop Boutique on Old Ford Road, Bethnal Green. Please do go and check it out as it's such a lovely shop with lots of great finds (not just mine!)
loving finding these jug and glasses sets - perfect for summer drinks on the patio
I do love a good pair of vintage weighing scales and try to snap them up whenever I can - practical but also very nice to look at
these coffee and tea storage canisters were one of my favourite finds
love this little desk organiser - it's the perfect colour, but is also functional which makes it a definite winner in my book!
these hand stitched bird pictures would look amazing in a living room or a bedroom - one is embroidered and the other is cross stitched, and both are very detailed.
I hit the mug jackpot - these three are my favourites, but I got about ten in total!
a wee pyrex jug with yellow details, ideal for a vintage kitchen
this nearly stayed with me as part of my Eiffel Tower memorabilia collection - but I already have one very similar (it used to hold perfume but I love the decorative bottles just on their own.)
a Russian made room thermometer from the 1970s - love the little ship illustration on it! (it was a hot day as you can clearly see - 28 degrees, scorcher! oh, and excuse the fact you can see my reflection in the plastic - I was photographing it outdoors!)
who doesn't need a ceramic Charles and Di trinket pot?
although it is a bit battered this giant box of matches won me over with its bullfight image, and the fact that the matches are black with white tips!
tiddley winks anyone (also, I always thought it was 'tiddlywinks' but maybe I've just had it wrong all these years!)
this cat looks huge in the photo but is actually dinky - would make the perfect 'good luck' gift to someone special
an adorable 1950s sewing aids booklet - inside it has all manner of essential sewing notions but I don't think I could ever use them!
these vintage Mandy for Girls annuals make for great reading - they are so funny, and have the most random things in them! Strange to think how different they would be if they were published now...