Those roses in the vase are real and gorgeous!
I always apply the brakes for old dollhouses. My sister Janet has my mom's and I bought a very similar one that I keep in my laundry room. She has collected several!
Clinton, TN has a charming historic downtown area. They close the streets for this show.
Even though I love Shabby Romantic Cottage, farmhouse primitives have a pull for me...must be my farmgirl roots!
I should have checked the prices on these blue and white graniteware pieces to see if they are as expensive as they used to be!
They also had some nice decoys and primitives.
Things with lots of cubbies or drawers always catch my eye. This was an old parts cabinet.
Adorable and again..pricey. Most things I like usually are! Boo...
Lots of cool old signs and a new stenciled Merita screen door. An old Southern bakery, they are still in business.
In the South, Coke is it!
This booth is where my money went! She had all little cool artsy bits and bobs..I wanted it all!
A few *cough-cough* of these came home with me. Cool old trade cards and game cards.
These old cowbells were cool..yes I use that word a lot! I liked the verdegris (verdagris?) one.
Lots of pretty vintage jewelry...
A big old gear... industrial is hot.
Old birdcages and an old clock case which I loved..but I already have several waiting for me to "do something" with them!
This was an amazing vintage chenille spread. I think it was a later model as someof the "chenilles" were polyester. I have been told that the town I live in, Sweetwater, used to have a chenille mill. One of my old vendors in my former antique mall told me you could tell what color they were making that day by the color of the water in the creek that runs through town ... before enviromental protection laws were in play!
I liked this sign..it was quite large.
More farm machinery bits..I think this is an old cultivator or rotary hoe piece..I need to check my dad's junk pile!