Still in search of a French garden table and chairs and some antique garden ornaments, like urns, iron fencing, shutters and statues, we went to our local Stormville Flea Market last weekend.
Though I did come home with a few treasures, including a wonderful cast stone garden cherub with a broken wing (remember broken is better), we are still in search of our table and chairs. I am convinced we will sit on the wooden floor, surrounded by plants this summer.
Here are a few photos taken of our excursion.
There were boxes of these old shoes lasts. The best part was many had the words Frenchie orItalia stamped by the maker on the sides. I was all set to take several home when I realized that they were high heeled shoe lasts, which did not allow them to sit flat for display. They looked funny and crooked. They were very cool and very inexpensive.
And this antique Victorian photo album covered in velvet. It had brass finishings and a brass lock on it. The old pictures were still inside.
What is the coolest thing you have ever found at a flea market? What's the most interesting piece you ever brought home with you?