I don't know what they are but theses vintage brass shells were too cute to pass up at a dollar each. I thought I could use them as salts at a dinner party.
It's that time again. The monthly estate sale! This estate sale vary's from month to month. Last month seams to have been a better sale then this month. A lot of the higher priced items from last month sale are back in this sale with lower prices. But on the first day all items a regular price and I always seam to find little treasurers to take home. I got all of theses goodies for $36.00. I do see a few items I want on Sunday when they are marked 60$ off. Stay Tooned to see if I get my other items on Sunday morning!
I thought this fabulous vintage reverse painted eglomise panels vanity was a deal for $95.00 until I saw the panels on one side was badly broken and missing
I love the reverse painted eglomise black & gold grape and leaf motif used on the panels
When I was on the dollar table looking over a 100 pieces of glass ware my eyes spotted two petit French or English 1840's glasses. I thought I had hit the jack pot! Then a few glasses over I spotted 4 matching hand blown, cut crystal wine glasses. Wow, six dollars for all!
I love the beautiful panel cuts and cross cuts at the top
Each piece is in good condition with no chips or cracks
I bought some Old Paris porcelain wedding band plates at a dollars each. I love to eat off of French Old Paris porcelain every day.
I fell in love with this 1840's English Prattware plate with wonderful colorful center decoration. The best part of the plate is the border transferred with dancing cupids and acanthus leaf scrolled with gold gilt. The piece is damaged but I thought it was worth the five dollars I paid for it.
The best part of the plate is the border transferred with dancing cupids and acanthus leaf scrolled with gold gilt.
A box set of 20 beautiful note cards with details of "The Gates of Paradise". I paid three dollars for this set of unused cards and they still have there $1695 original price on the back. I love to send cards out just about every day to family and friend. I can't wait to use theses.
A vintage cake pan was $3 and the tea ball was a dollar
I had to think a few moments about buying this English wedgwood punch bowl for five dollars because it had a hairline on the rim but then I thought that a Valentines Champaign punch would look so great in it, so I snatched it up.