Of course I was attracted to this white pottery bowl because of the brown spotting.
From the mark it was produced around 1900.
It is in my "office" at the booth for now, but may come back home.
Two chairs - a bundle deal.
I was lucky enough to be in the thrift shop when two truckloads of modern furniture was coming in and they needed the old stuff to go out.
The good thing about having the office/storage/studio area is I buy stuff, take it to the mall, clean and tag it, and put it on the floor.
The bad thing is the terrible pics.
She had an attitude I could not resist.
She will be altered at a future date.
She will be losing body parts.
A huge bag of bulbs.
A cloudy, indistinct idea forming about what to do with them.
I am sure it will be a light bulb moment.
Now is a great time to find vintage Christmas around here.
A Putz house in a bandanna pattern!?!
A flocked bird!?!
Aha, an Eiffel Tower!
A flocked Santa with an evil face.
Two pewter goblets.
A four-foot ladder in need of a little help.
You would not be able to lose this bright orange tackle box, but I bought it for the bobbers.
The only thing to come into the house was this Baby Jesus who had to be rescued from being tossed.
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