Heavy metal pieces of something?
Started life as a giant mouth.
NO, they were two crescent wall pieces.
White and platinum.
Gave them a light spray of white.
Was not too concerned with coverage.
I had never used the Krylon Spray Wax on any paint except their chalky finish spray paint.
Let's give it a try.
It's a bit scary the first time you use it.
Have on hand: gloves, paper towels, and time!
Coat the piece well but not dripping.
A couple of quick light sprays.
After spraying. wait about two minutes.
Then start wiping excess wax off.
Move the wax into crevices.
Then wait fifteen minutes.
Using a soft cloth or paper towels buff the heck out of it.
See that gleam?
Loving the heavy metal look though they are very light wood.
They originally sat on a stand - you can find the holes in the sides.
Probably dark wood then.
The next owner did the finish you saw above and placed hangers on the back.
I left the hangers.
Though I like them this way better than as crescents.
Thanks to Patty S. and The Vintage Dresser who helped me solve the Citron enigma.
Patty sent me this link: http://www.songfacts.com/
I had been singing "I'm in love with my Citron".
Should be "I'm just mad about Saffron"!
Well, the vanity is still named Citron. See Citron HERE!
BUT now I need to paint something saffron so I can sing Mellow Yellow while painting.
Amaze Me Monday #185
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