When we moved into this house in 1990, there was a tiny gold refrigerator in the kitchen.
We had a newer fridge in beige we wanted to keep.
Chucks with the help of a moving company hauled out the old gold and brought in the new - only to discover it was too tall for the cabinets.
Chucks dug out his trusty jigsaw and cut the cabinet off the wall leaving a gaping hole.
No, I was not around - I was at work.
Luckily I had this large crate which fit exactly into the hole.
New anniversary fridge was delivered the other day.
It is taller than the old.
Did not have to cut the cabinets, but the crate was no longer needed.
So it went off to Booth C-23.
I buy a lot from Brett who usually pulls stuff out of the storage facility he owns, but I haven't seen him around lately.
Coming home from the antique mall I found he had rented a place out on the main highway for a month to draw new customers.
He started me a box of old junk when he saw me drive up.
Two green ironstone plates.
A tiny yellow tugboat.
Two vintage Thermos bottles.
The red one is marked Ace Hardware.
Not vintage, but he knew I would want them.
Sold ten minutes after hanging them in the booth.
Chucks and I once had a collection of match boxes.
Love this brass one for long matches.
A church bird cage.
A tiny feather-like tree.
The tree will fit into the cage.
Leave natural or paint them both white?
Another dealer was using this trio of patina-plus pitchers.
Yes, I bought them.
Will use for awhile and then off to the booth or Etsy.