Sunday, December 20, 2015

Christmas is almost here.

Woke up to cold temps this morning and when Gynness and I went out for her morning walk, we found frost on the fallen leaves.

Still can't believe that we are near the end of December and 2015.  Once October hit the rest of the year has rapidly come to a close.  Still, a few pieces were found and more booth refreshes were made.  

It was a figurine find this weekend with three, early Precious Moments figurines.  These "America's answer to Hummel's" continue to be sought after by collectors.

Hummels were also found and these are 1940s figurines.

Another "booth plump" and I added a carved St. Nick to the mix.

Sold the last three rhinestone necklaces so I added three more.  

This pretty, EAPG covered butter dish was a thrift store find.  

 2016 will be rolling in shortly so grab a glitter hat and don't forget the champagne bucket. 

Moved my four silver plated candelabras around and two sold immediately.  Sometimes a simple rearrangement makes items look new and fresh.

Lots of pretty pieces that are the perfect gift are in my Victorian space.

It's a blue, blue, blue Christmas with these pretty aqua blue pieces.

An antique carnival glass punchbowl will be a show stopper at  your New Years Eve table.

Wishing everyone a gentle Christmas.  Blessings to you and those you love. Sea Witch.


Linda said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! As always your posts of your gorgeous finds are amazing!
<3 Linda

just call me jo said...

I love your displays. That last cherub statue should be in my collection, dear.