Original fashion magazine illustrations from the 1800s, beautifully framed -
Gorgeous casket, tiny boxes, lots of watch parts to play with -
Lovely quality, heavy, silverplate cutlery/flatware -
19th Century roller stamp and a bunch of pretty stamps to go with it -
The sweetest old tins -
A beautiful large Madonna statue -
The most delightful gilded bronze candleholder. The spike has dropped , but DH can fix it! -
Two antique brass and laquered wood office stamps, one says 'Professeur', sweet little benitier, and the prettiest fabric covered box -
Small coffee spoons, perfect for our larger sized espresso cups, and a couple of gorgeous hat and coat hooks -
Lace, lace, lace -
and more lace, yay -
I'll have to take photos of some of the most beautiful pieces some other time.
Very pretty vintage slip in the loveliest shade of pink.
And the coup de coeur,the most delicious find -
oh, it is so beautiful! Shimmering crystals, delightful shell pink milk glass cups and drops, fabulous gilt finish, that amazing crystal spike in the centre...
I'll have to show it to you properly when the weather improves and doesn't threaten rain showers every few minutes, as I'll have to hang it in the garden to photograph. In the meantime, I drool over it in the box ;-).
Oh, and I almost forgot to mention that wonderful raspberry pink tagine, which has inspired a search for proper tagine recipes ( not the pressure cooker or oven dish kind ). You can just see it in this photo -
See why I am so behind with everything? Brocanting takes up a LOT of time. But what a wonderful way to spend time, eh?