Not a huge week for junk. As many of you know, we had Snowmageddon 2014 here in South Carolina last week, so I didn’t get to the flea market. I did go thrift shopping, but the pickings were pretty slim!
I had a pretty good day at the flea market! The first thing I saw was this old light fixture, which I got for $7… And then the woman that sold me the light fixture said, “Would you be interested in pewter mint julep cups?” She pulled out a beautiful pewter tray and 4 mint julep cups, engraved with the South Carolina palmetto, all in
This week was ok for junking, but not one for the record books. The first purchase I made was a small redware plate made in Japan, that is a match for a teapot that my grandmother received as a wedding gift. It was a quarter, so what the heck! I bought a little brown crock from the same vendor for an extra quarter…I am a
I haven’t been junking in a while. My dining room was overrun with junk antiques. I have finally got it back under control, have reclaimed the dining room, and am now ready to begin accumulating again! All I did this week was hit the flea market and a few thrift shops. I bought some stuff at the flea market, but it was so hot that
It all started with a bowl and a mug. I have always loved antiques in general, but I had never been that much for hoarding collecting. My mother-in-law was going through some cabinets a while ago, and asked my husband if there was anything he particularly liked. He mentioned that he had always liked the green bowl that his grandmother used to serve gravy from