This Bellora tablecloth (67 by 98 inch) is a lovely creme damask, comes in the original box, never used, with 12 napkins, Eyptian cotton. Retailed for 440 dollars (!) and I bought it for 80 shekels in a second hand store. (22 dollars, 17 euro). I wonder though who buys a 440 dollar tablecloth????
German cake-set (large cake plate and 6 smaller cake plates) and a set of 10 identical saladplates (or a little bit larger "cakeplates") that are a chinese copy-cat of the German original and of inferior quality to the German. This is a cakeplate set I want to use if the girls bring friends and I am afraid to get one of my Liberty Blue cakeplates broken :). Bought in second hand store for 30 shekels (8 dollars).
Lovely set of 5 large goblets in purple.
Set of six English cups and saucers. Love the blue pattern.
Not a thriftstore, but still a steal. Fabrics at Ikea in the sale for 9 shekels ($2.40) a meter (little more than a yard). The black will be for curtains for Sharon.
These 4 beautiful brown glasses came from Italy and costed me 2 dollars for the 4 together at the Haifa fleamarket. I also got 8 white crystal whineglasses from Italy there but somehow forgot to photograph them. And found a linnen tablerunner from Russia there as well, but it's in the laundry at the moment, so photos later :)
This painting was painted by the Italian painter Antonio Casiglio Fazzini and was 10 dollars at the second hand store. I know it's somewhere in Italy, but it looks exactly the Kishon river and mount Carmel behind it, where we live.
These cerial bowls and coffee mugs I bought at an Israeli clothes and home-chain, named Fox. For each purchase you make they put aside 10% of the amount you paid as cash you can use at your next buy. This set was 35 shekels ($9.40) and I got it for free :)