The good picks are slowing down as the temperature drops. I only have 2 finds to share from this weekend but I think each are quite stellar and a bit Restoration Hardware-esque.
I’ve got a thing for crusty rusty old scales right now. Who doesn’t really? They’re hot! The more industrial the better. What do you think of my latest? It is a very heavy cast iron 5 pound scale with a flat enamel tray. You know how I feel about anything with enamel.
It has a 2 sided face. One still has glass in tact. The scale is by John Chatillion. I researched this one and cannot find another like it. The flat tray would have held meat to be weighed at a deli counter. Have you ever seen a scale like this?
My other spectacular find was an old card catalog. Horizontal. Ten whole drawers long! That’s almost too many drawers to fit in this picture.
The drawers all work and have their original hardware. Wouldn’t this make a cool console table?
That’s all for this weekend. It wasn’t a total wash though. If you follow me on facebook, you know that I finally got my first Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. And I can’t wait to try it out this week!