Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Antique Show!

Hi Everyone! I've sure missed you!! I thought you might like to see what I've been working on the last month. I've have been through and handled more stuff than I'd like to think about. We sat up for the show in pouring rain. Thank goodness we were under a tent, but we still got soaked! The shows days were beautiful, though and the folks came out to buy. In fact, these pics are after selling tons of stuff on the 1st day, so you can only imagine how much we had! In fact, there's enough left to do another show this upcoming weekend. The rest will go online or in an Estate Sale. It feels great to be ridding myself of so much STUFF. I still have scads to put online, too!These pics will take you around the 20' x 20' tent.

This table is guy stuff and kid's things.
This is my "shabby chic" table.

This is kitchen glass and pottery.

This is wood stuff and finer china and glass.

More kitchen stuff.

McCoy Pottery an Akro Agate.

My beloved spool cabinet is gone!

And this is Mr. Bill smiling after counting his money.

So there you go! I may actually get back to feedsacks and fabric soon! Take care and I'll be in touch---



Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Oh, I opened my reader and squealed with delight when I saw you had a post. What a wonderful job you did setting everything up, it looks so inviting and the items are wonderful, I would have loved to get my hands on some of those things. Hey, and a little extra cash around the Holidays can’t hurt either!!

Muddling Through said...

Good thing I don't live closer. I KNOW I'd be in trouble. What a lot of tempting items you have on display there! And what a wonderful job you did of displaying them to advantage. Glad it was all worthwhile! Good to hear from you again.

Stephanie said...

Oh my goodness too bad I don't live closer. I'd be shopping under the big tent!

Dawn said...

It looks like a lot of fun things under the big white tent! It was a delight to read your post.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I'd have loved to be there. Looks like great stuff. I love the grin on Mr. Hollyhock's face.

Grandma Shell said...

I just have to ask, how much did you sell that large apple cookie jar for? I'm dying to know as I have an identical one that was MIL's. I've seen them anywhere from $50-100. Thanks. Love your booth pics. Wish I could be there!