Marketplace Antiques on Broad Street in Augusta, GA, had a backyard sale last weekend. (Facebook HERE)
I thought I was up bright and early to make the thirty-minute drive over, but arrived to find a guy loading up two huge boxes of spindles.
Spindles were at the top of my list.
But there were plenty of goodies to go around.
Like this old kitchen cubby.
This architectural piece used to be part of a porch railing.
It's a keeper.
A huge, thick bread board - splattered with paint so it is fair game for more paint.
Tall narrow screen door - probably one of a pair.
A mirrored wardrobe door.
Twin bed springs.
Usually I take apart the springs to sell separately, but this set is in great condition.
Perfect for an outdoor chandelier or a garden bed or a trellis ...
The Old Coffin Carrier brought home a skeleton.
Hand-carved - off to Niece Leia who will paint it in a Mexican style.
Yes, unfortunately he has lost his arms.
Finally, just when you thought it was safe to come and avoid books, I bought more books.
And a basket to carry them.
My favorite and a keeper - a leatherette volume of Rhymes of a Rolling Stone by Service.
There are several events coming up soon.
Hope there will be some treasures.