It's still April, and the yard sales have still been sad. Last weekend there were two town-wides in my neighborhood, and though we split forces and divided, we did not conquer, as Mr. VJIMT and I both came home pretty much empty-handed.
But we've still been busy. There have been two Clover Markets in the last 3 weeks, and they have been doozies! Fabulous weather, big crowds, and lots of treasures! I'm not going to bore you with more talking; we're going to get right to the photos.
This post is from the first market of the season, in Chestnut Hill, PA. This awesome non-working Underwood typewriter sold as a spectacular piece of art. I took five typewriters with me and sold out!
This beautiful secretary desk also found a new home.
The folding accordion thing on the top right was purchased on a Facebook sale site, and it came in handy for hanging all of my framed prints.
Some random shots of the booth and the wares…
Last minute decision to take this giant bird cage was a good one, as it sold. I loved it, but had no space to display it.
Assortment of blue and clear Ball jars, as well as jars with fun lid graphics.
Sometimes I like the display pieces even better than the sale item -- here is a plaster pedestal planter filled with our vintage doorknob wine bottle stoppers.
A vintage silver spinning lazy susan tray…
…filled up with flower frogs...
…and lots of keys.
Love my cast iron baking mold too. All kinds of tile letters, rusty parts, wood mice, and other fun crafty goodness.