December on the East Coast doesn't usually have much in the way of yard sales, so you take what you can get, and hope for the best.
Saturday's listings featured a grand total of TWO indoor sales. One promised a Vintage Aluminum Christmas Tree from the 1960s, which I really wanted to take a look at, but the sale didn't start until 10am. The other sale had started the day before, which I had somehow missed. Too much prednisone?
Anyway, not expecting much, we headed to the second sale with plenty of time to get back to the first to check out that tree.
Imagine our surprise when we found the tiny house still PACKED with treasures. And crazy affordable too.
Vintage Christmas ornament clusters! They weren't found in the suitcase, but fit inside nicely for transportation.
These things are huge.
Lots of framed prints and paintings.
Love the details on this print.
Mr. VJIMT scored some paintings.
This frame will be converted to a chalkboard.
This antique print went right into my Etsy shop. Very Botticelli-esque, I think.
Oh, yeah, we found these there too.