My daughter moved this week but she still isn’t in her new place full-time yet. We are taking a few more small things tomorrow and she is spending her first night there. I’m hoping to check out one or more of those junk/antique stores and flea markets I saw.
Let me show you what I found last week at my regular haunts.
This vintage wooden level came from a booth in my antique mall. I was super excited to find it since a wooden level has been on my “wanted list” for a while. It is oak with brass fittings. I’m thinking of staining it a darker color.
This vintage Redmon green and white picnic basket is a Goodwill find in pretty good shape for its age. Since I collect picnic baskets it is staying with me for now.
Anything blue and white catches my eye and I couldn’t resist this Blue Delft souvenir bowl from Holland.
Even though I love it, this bowl is booth bound. I already have a few Blue Delft things for sale there and this bowl will complement them.
It amazes me that a green glass refrigerator bowl from the 1940’s still exists. The top is missing but the bowl is in perfect shape. This bowl is a keeper. It is perfect for a low compact flower arrangement.
At one time I had a collection of copper molds but I no longer collect them. They sell remarkably well at the booth so I pick them up when I see them.
On half price day I found not one but two vintage train cases. One is a brown Samsonite case in lovely shape. It cleaned up nicely and with a little patterned scarf tied on the handle, off to the mall it went. The other train case is Tiara by American Tourister and a medium shade of blue. It needs some of the lining glued back in place and a bit of cleaning and it will be ready to make a début at the antique mall.
My antique mall also netted me a few zinc lids for a couple of my lidless vintage Ball Mason jars.
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