Music flash cards.
Handmade signed by the maker Shaker boxes.
Just need a bit of cleaning and waxing.
Yes, I see I put the top of the large one on backwards.
This tiny towel rack was probably part of a wash stand.
The reverse glass painting is quite lovely.
I may keep this.
A two-sided sponged pottery pig - stands on his own.
Large Mexican basket with an old cake tin.
More tins - these from Holland.
On the way for a second trip to the Book Fair, I spied a neighbor having a garage sale.
A hand stitched quilt in need of cleaning.
Some envelopes from 1930 to 1950 - the couple lived in Ontario and moved to Aiken.
The last envelope is addressed to the wife from a monument company - her husband must have died.
A lonely castor.
A tin bucket.
Two guys at the sale helped me load this monster.
It is very solid - marked on the back as oak.
I suspect veneer.
It can be found in Booth W-10 for $82.
Two half drawers on top followed by four wide drawers.
I liked it white so I only cleaned it and hauled it over to Riverfront Antique Mall.
Alas, this was my beloved Blazer, the old coffin carrier, last haul before becoming ill leaking oil everywhere.
She is in the shop and the mechanic promises he can put her back together.
She will not return for another week.
Chucks and I plan a weekend trip to the flea market in Columbia.
Hope to find some rusty, crusty treasure.
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the annual Magnolia Ridge Antiques and Art Gathering!
|My Etsy shop is on vacation so I can clean up a bit and clear out items lingering too long.|
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