Sold at the Flea Market myself on Sunday, and at a friend's
yard sale on Saturday. I'll be doing a post on that real soon.
Just sharing a few recent finds from the flea and my friend,
and some flora from my yard.
Let's start with the Crape Myrtle tree in our front yard
If you don't live where Crape Myrtle's grow, you are missing out.
This gorgeous tree blooms from July into September.
I stood under the tree for this shot.
The flowers remind me of the lilac bushes
I grew up with in the Northeast.
Now for the finds ~
Flea market find ~
When I went to pay for this gorgeous old bowl priced a dollar,
the woman said "they really cleaned me out earlier this morning."
Guess I shouldn't lament what I never even saw! :(
I found these great old tins at the flea market last week.
New York Boston
Linette bottom marked:
James P. Linette Inc., Reading, PA USA
(not sure what they sold, & the tin was made in West Germany)
the smaller blue round one:
Daher Hand Decorated Ware
Designed by Daher Long Island N.Y.
Made In England
I know nothing about tins, but I'm a sucker for all vintage,
and they were too cute and cheap to leave behind!
Any tin collectors out there? Fill me in!
Purchased from my friend. Her MIL had a linen
shop in NY many years ago.
I'm always enamored when I see these gorgeous
hand crocheted and tatted pieces.
Imagine the patience it took? & the good eyesight!
Some of these pieces are tiny and so beautifully intricate.
Yesterday I had 4-5 butterflies at a time on this
butterfly bush, today when I wanted a photo, I
only saw insects. Such is life.
Thanks for visiting!
What did you find this week-end?
Oh, I found this too...
If you read my blog, this should look very familiar!
Doyle says have a great week!
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