Two weeks after the Clover Market opening day event, the second market premiered in its new location in Bryn Mawr, PA. It was a great spot, with lots of convenient parking and easy access. We had another day of beautiful weather and big crowds!
I took the last of my typewriters and only have three left! This Underwood doesn't work, but the glass keys alone are very desirable. I love it as is for display.
This scale went back to its true home -- the buyer had the same last name!
Vintage Northern Tissue girl framed prints, cast iron shabby decor, and flower frogs.
This vintage book caused many a guffaw!
Wire dress form, fan, and another typewriter.
Lots of vintage crewels for sale! These are wildly popular on Instagram.
Zenith 1930s bakelite radio and Chicago Watchclock Station and key.
Some figurines, paintings, and bocce and croquet balls.
Lots of drawers and compartments.
Birdcage, roller skate box, and child's pink ironing board.
I did sell the gorgeous aqua typewriter, although it was painful for me to do it. I didn't have a place to display it, and since I do gravitate more towards the 1920s Underwoods, I was happy when a soon-to-graduate journalism major purchased it to add to her own growing collection. It deserved a special home!