Chalkware with many coats of paint.
Makes me smile whenever I pass by.
I cannot count how many cherubs I have lurking about the living room.
Time to sell some.
This one may stay.
The United States Army Medical Department with the caduceus in the middle of the emblem.
A plate and an ironstone bowl.
Olive from Olive Out bought one set and I bought the other.
Thanks, Gryphon's and The Rusty Typewriter at Riverfront Antique Mall.
We love your stuff!
(Had to have another baby photo!)
A crime committed against a creche!
Someone bedazzled a vintage nativity by spraying the figures gold and adding gemstones.
At least they left the chalkware figures and the stable alone.
Baby Jesus has gone AWOL.
Probably to escape bedazzling.
Folks, if you turn over a shepherd or wise man and there's a 29 cents price on it, guess what?
It is vintage!
I am hoping I can remove the gold with a Q-tip and some mineral spirits.
I am low on books again.
The Herblock's is a collection of his political cartoons, and the book is signed.
Great collection of dog books - always good sellers.
First Person Singular - a book of feminist monologues from the forties.
A nice field guide - love the bats.
Desk lamp - MCM!
Someone (Rita? Diana?) tell me what kind of sieve these two are.
Tiny holes in the bottom.
No markings or embossed names.
About 11 inches diameter.
Tiny holes around the rim.
The measurement lines are 24, 36, and 48.
Finally another floral print.
Yes, my customers, I will be marking all the prints I have shown the last few weeks and bringing them in on Tuesday.
Tomorrow I am driving down to visit my niece Leia for a Low Country Crawl.
I have quite a list of items to look for.
Hope to find some great deals.
And have a lot of fun.
You can read about last year's Low Country Crawl HERE!
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