Before I show you some of my finds from this past weekend, I’d like to acknowledge a special gift from a sweet blog friend. A couple of months ago, Cheryl of 22 Applegate Lane, posted about her collection of sea glass. I have only seen sea glass in pictures, never in person, and commented as such on her post. I would have never guessed that she would do the unimaginable and send a bag-full of sea glass to me. She suggested that the sea glass looks especially good in a mason jar; so, here’s the sea glass in my mason jar sitting on the sill of my little stained glass window.
Thank you, Cheryl, for such a beautiful gift!!!
Mom and I did some late season treasure-hunting this past weekend. The Open House might be over, but the Christmas buying has just begun. I have, thankfully, had to fill in several gaps in my booth where things have sold and these latest finds will soon be displayed there.
The most unusual thing I found was this 3-tier basket. It stands 26” tall and looks like 3 Easter baskets woven together. Oh, the possibilities.....
I love to find old sewing baskets…..just look at all the goodies in this one!
I also found several old classic books, a small Noritake nut/mint dish and an Asian soup bowl with matching spoon.
I’ve had customers ask me for eye wash cups, but I’ve never found one until this weekend. There’s also a sandwich glass bowl, a tea ball, nut grinder, tiny ink bottle and flower frog…….
This group has to be my favorite…..wooden hangers, vintage bingo cards and an old Sessions electric clock!
I love the unusual numbers on the clock.....
AND it keeps perfect time.....WOW!
What have you found lately?
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