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The best part of working the annual school Christmas bazaar?
Getting to hit the “flea market” section before the doors open to the crazed public.
Seen here: some pretty dishes, a heavy silver tray with handles, and a Redman hinged picnic basket with plastic accessories.
No injuries to report.
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those are some great finds! we have a local private school that holds a holiday house in the beginning of november that i love to frequent. the pickin' were slim this year but i still scored some books, doilies, christmas lights and an old adding machine.
love the picnic basket...that plaid!
28 November 2011 at 07:27 PM
I signed up to do a local bazaar this past saturday, and they called me only a few days before, just checking again to see what my items were that I was selling. I told them vintage/antique items. They told me to not bother showing up, as "that junk" is not welcome. Wishing more bazaars had "flea market" sections!! :)
Melissa's Antiques |
28 November 2011 at 03:54 PM
Lovely stuff! My favorite is the green dishes!
28 November 2011 at 10:13 AM
I know just what you mean! Love those dishes...think I may have some just like them!
Enjoy this crazy season! :)
Laura @ 52 FLEA |
28 November 2011 at 10:11 AM
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