In a number of booths I spied ironstone. Loving pitchers as I do it was hard to resist buying one or two, at least until I looked at the prices! Did Martha Stewart’s Living have anything to do with these sky high prices?
Across the way, this woman worked with her hands braiding beautiful rugs. Don’t you love finding people who continue traditions that are becoming lost to machine made? Hmmm, wouldn’t one of her rugs be terrific in front of this stove?
Speaking of textiles, vintage linens are always worth a peek. They are one of those things I seldom buy, but I love to look.
Fun things always catch my eye, and these larger than life fishermen definitely fit into that category. If only I could have gotten one in the car it would have come home, but then, where would it go?
Also making me smile were these wonderful creations painted on old wood surfaces by a Vermont lady. One of these would be a great gift for my recently moved to Tennessee daughter who will soon be raising chickens.
Here is the one thing I couldn’t resist, an ice cream scoop from the 1920’s. How wonderful to find something that is both functional and a thing of beauty. Truth be known, I would have liked to have the whole collection!
I hope these guys don’t hope to retire any time soon because they really do make the best fried seafood!
What a very fun way to spend a Sunday. So, what are you doing today?
i so enjoy your visit and the comments you leave behind