My mother has a ceramic 'vase' like this which she uses to display flowers like camellias that don't have stems. It was three bucks, fits the bill and I love it already. Tick.
But wait, what is this I spy?
A lovely set of six tumblers.
I need more glasses like a hole in the head.
Fifty cents each, how could I not?!
They are lovely and fine, which tumblers are often not.
One even has the label still affixed. I'll bet they were stowed in a glass fronted cabinet and kept for best for the best part of forty years.
I was curious to know about 'Panzerglas - Made in Spain'...
I was expecting to find a glass factory, but no, results delivered pictures of glass used in German WWII Panzer Tanks. WTF? Panzerglas make industrial strength, indeed bulletproof glass. To this day. I did find one site that looks like a kind of Spanish eBay which has similar glasses to mine for sale. But they don't look very bulletproof.
Sometimes a peripheral pleasure in collecting old domestic junk can be found by delving into its provenance. Gives my op-shopping therapy a bit more meaning anyway, which is good enough for me.