I know I said no more buying, but I needed furniture pieces.
AND I stuck to my list.
Ice skates fly off my shelves.
And speaking of shelves - isn't this a cute one?
A rotary dial phone.
I found several old elementary workbooks - Pat the Pilot my favorite.
This catalog of brass and copper items has great typography and diagrams.
Two more globes.
Not really old, but decorative.
A box lot of a needlepoint purse in great shape, silverplate creamer and sugar (did not match), Bessons chalkware head, and two aluminum pitchers.
The clarinet is wood and older than its case.
If you play the clarinet, you can tell I have no idea how to put one together.
Or play it.
White floral basket.
Found a number of tags mostly from the seventies.
Tweed storage box for slides.
Love the brass tag.
Another great tweed case.
This one with a violin.
A box of planes - all but one wooden.
Blue drop leaf kitchen table.
Sent to the booth as is.
Quite delightfully distressed.
Two Smith-Corona typewriters.
I'm sure they are treasures under all that dirt and mold.
White, pink, and lavender vanity.
Has the arms for a skirt.
Sent straight to Booth C-23.
A dealer at Riverfront Antique Mall had a bunch of smalls for great prices.
I found these three Mr. Peanut plastic mugs.
No, these were NOT on the list.
But sometimes cuteness reels you in like a fish.
Amaze Me Monday #186