I have been reading all of the Lucketts recaps out there in blog world. I really wish I could have went to the antique market in Virginia this past weekend. It sounds amazing…15 acres…170 dealers. Swoon! Judging by everyone’s pictures, it looks like there was a ton of talent and treasures to be had. Hmmph…if only we could have made it. We’re a little glum about it here but next year for sure.
We spent the weekend tending to our long overdue garden work. Lots of weeding, planting and mulching. We also celebrated 3 birthdays with one each day. Very busy, however, I did manage to find some new vintage treasures. Lots of fun smalls.
Here are the highlights…
I am loving these salvaged fence finials. They would make great upcycled wine stoppers.
Very old roller skates. I just couldn’t turn these down. They are pictured with a wooden toolbox. I got a couple of those.
Something about these cow creamers drew me in. So unique and I believe that Pottery Barn (or was it Crate & Barrel?) produced an all white version of these recently. Nothing like having the original.
This hand hook rug is like a million years old but the colors are still vibrant. I am on the hunt for more worn, hooked throw rugs like this one. Sorry for the lousy picture quality.
If you follow me on facebook, you probably saw my mid-week find. A vintage pink thermos! I am smitten with it. It is just asking to chill a summer sangria!
Another day, another scale…I’m still not sick of them.
How was your weekend? Did you go to Lucketts or treasure hunt elsewhere?