Another cool shot from one of the displays in the Tattered and Torn booth. I always stop in to see these ladies, they have such beautiful displays and amazing pieces available (sadly, usually out of my price range), it's always a treat to look around and see what they have on offer.
I could have gotten myself a statue of David but decided to leave it behind for someone else. :) I was more tempted by the gold chairs!
I loved this hoosier cabinet - you don't usually see them with the flour bin still intact! It was (I thought) a steal at only $695. Again, way out of my price range...
Loved the colours in this 70's cookware display.
It wasn't until I went to take this picture of this doll house that I saw the ledger sitting beside it through my viewfinder. Of course, I immediately picked it up and bought it! It's from a dry goods store from the 1940's, very interesting to read the various entries.
One of the dealers tried to sell me this windmill which was standing above his booth. Only a dollar, he said. I told him if he sold it to everyone who came by his booth that day, he'd be sure to make a lot of money over the day!
And yes, as my friend Kate Mckinnon says can always be found at every flea market, there was a jaguar! This one was rather regal and adorning the base of a funky lamp.