A few things purchased by me.
Olive resisted all temptation and did not buy anything.
A few gifts from Olive who does not have a booth at the current time and is downsizing to my house.
I don't mind.
A rusty sifter, two pairs of baby shoes in their original boxes, and a box of red plastic sign letters.
At Ridge Antiques I found the cute two handle basket with its original cloth tag (Made In Poland) and a wicker lidded basket with a green insert.
Also at Ridge Antiques a whole basket of industrial stamps.
A great garden gate.
And then this beauty was sitting on the sidewalk outside Stuff (my favorite junk shop).
A primitive red and chrome station bench.
Only needed a bit of wax.
I bought this large ironstone pitcher from Olive.
Going in the new kitchen.
On the way home I stopped by Habitat's 50% off sale.
A cute collection of figurines.
Four oversized red Asian toile pillows.
At an estate sale I found a huge collection of books.
Over fifty of them.
Many hymnals and poetry books.
A collection of vintage children's books.
I could not resist the tiny pair of sandals.
I know the guy who wore them way back in the fifties.
A lovely batik tablecloth and an aluminum pitcher.
Another thrift store.
A tower of baskets.
A gold framed Madonna.
It's a definite keeper.
Right this moment I am in Ladson - just up the road from Charleston, SC - at the Vintage Market Fair.
We have not had these in the area before.
This year there are four within driving distance.
Including a sale one mile from the Riverfront Antique Mall.
Hope to find lots of goodies.
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