Monday, May 16, 2011
I love poppies for their bright waxy red petals but most especially because they are the symbol of Memorial Day. These lovely silk poppies look marvelous in the EAPG vase.
A shot of my Victorian booth filled with lots of pieces.
How fantastic is this cobalt blue Edwardian hat? I love the rich blue color of the velvet and the ostrich feathers. Circa 1890s-1900s.
More millinery feathers from the turn of the century.
Came across a neat Moroccan looking lamp for votive candles. Perfect for your deck or patio.
Also this nice, small brass lantern which also uses candlelight as its source.
Let Freedom ring with these neat, dinner bells of the Liberty Bell from the 1950s.
Sis saw these bags on our way out of Goodwill. Paid $3.00 each for these Vera Bradley bags. Put them in the booth on Sunday afternoon and by that evening they both sold. Split the sale with sis so she is happy too.
Found a few more pretty transfer ware pieces.
A girl can never have enough bloomers and these whites are perfect for wearing or used in decorating. Great item from the 1890s.
Pretty white, Victorian petticoat. Lots of lace and white work embroidered on the outside and inside long ruffle. Circa 1880-90s
Came across this nifty English to Chinese dictionary from 1952. Really a fun item.
And a basket full of vintage linens. These are all ready popular with my customers so I will have to get more ironed and starched to bring in.
So, I'm tired. Tired of playing the game, ain't it a crying shame...God dammit, I'm exhausted. Have a wonderful week all and blessings to you and those you love. Sea Witch.
Oh yea, it's my birthday tomorrow...the sea witch will be 57. I love that number.