|Lake Country Antique Show - Photo From Zurko Promotions|
What you see is what you get! Table with lots of costume jewelry, post cards, maps, buttons, bits and pieces. Lots of glassware too.
There were also about 30 stands outside this main building. Five of which were selling beads - all the same merchandise and same price points. I enjoyed the exterior vendors more - unique furniture, old boxes, garden items.
Read on the the 4th of my Antique Mall and Fair reviews...
There were a number of items that followed me home - two antique maps from 1860; Mitchell. One of New York City (Lower Manhattan) and the other of the State of California. I like old maps. I have one of every place I've lived. Spoiler - These are sent off to my baby in NYC so that he has some artwork in his place.
The other items I purchased were antique linens. Four European lace pillow tops and a tablecloth. These will be updated into contemporary sized bed set. Another project for my sewing machine and crafty self. Yeah! I've had dreams of a white lacy bed set - this must be the time.
Otherwise my camara did the shopping - I found lots of interesting things. Many of which I have inherited and was interested more in the price and in purchasing.
|Antique Fair Price Comparison Shopping - 2015|
For each of the items in the photo above I have something very similar at home. That makes it fun to see what the prices are and wonder if I'll sell one day. Well certainly my kids will upon inheriting. For example, I picked up copper boilers and use them as dirty clothes hampers. I have 4 of them. I have my old red wooden sled. It's propped up in the corner by my desk. I also have a very old milk can off my grandfathers farm. I picked up an old rotary phone at a garage sale just days before. I paid $1 - this one was $50! I have all the old marbles from my grandparents.
|Antique Sale Steam Punk Glasses|
So many antique malls and shows around to enjoy.