I really thought last month's Flea Market Thursday would be the final excursion of the year. However, a balmy 60 degree December day quickly changed my plans!
This was my first purchase -- a big box of rusty skeleton keys.
Two vintage boxes of crochet cotton spools (already listed).
A box of plastic Christmas ornaments (again, listed).
This egg shaped one with miniature reindeer and bottle brush tree has found a spot on my (not vintage) small tinsel tree.
A bunch of Putz houses -- this set was made in Czechoslovakia, and there were a few others from Japan (listed, and sold!).
Gold foil wing angel, made in Japan. I've already sold one this season just like her in my Etsy Christmas shop (update -- she just sold too!).
Big suitcase. I like the metal name plate.
A couple of cool clocks -- the Lux Conqueror…
… and the Papoose. I really like them both. I may be a collecting clocks after my scores in Bouckville this summer.
And the final (scary) piece -- this baby doll head with rolling eyes. Really creepy! Mr. VJIMT is keeping her.
It's supposed to be close to 70 degrees on Sunday -- another good day to go to the flea market. So what if I still have a tree to decorate, Christmas cards to design and print, holiday shopping and wrapping unfinished, baking and cleaning to do, and guests coming later that day?
There may be good stuff!