Last Saturday was the annual parking lot sale held in the senior community where my mom lives. I didn't have much time to shop, so I made two quick rounds through the lot, then patted myself on the back for not over-buying.
I haven't decided yet if I'll be keeping the chairs. I have two others that are almost identical, but I really don't need more...I just want more. I'm hoping to get the frames painted before I pack up for the Pleasanton Antiques & Collectibles Faire this weekend.
This very cool old ammunition box will be getting a paint job in the near future because I'm not a fan of orange wood. This thing is heavy!!
I'll bring these three vintage tablecloths to my show this weekend.
The price was right on this large and very heavy silverplate serving tray, so in my cart it went. Vintage cookie cutters aren't usually on my shopping list, but the entire contents of this tray only set me back $1. I think I'll throw them all in a big clear jar.
How cute are those tiny animals?
I'm hoping Mary, Mildred Molly, or Myrtle discovers this pretty nine-piece vanity set in my booth. It was impossible to pass up a box of 65 vintage hankies for $2. I might even make scarves out of them one of these days...after I wash them.
I love the colors in the 65" x 77" quilt. It has a few worn areas on top, but the backing is in great shape. I'll bring the quilt and tin match holder with me this weekend; the other junk will just have to wait.
Wishing everyone a very happy and safe Memorial Day Weekend. Any special plans?
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