Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Back from France with a car full of treasures

I don't think I could have gotten anything even as small as a matchbox into the boot of our car, lol, it was packed that tightly. I have started listing some of the new treasures in my Etsy shop here, but I thought I show you some on the blog as well.

Enamelware salt box - SOLD

Parcel carry handles - SOLD

Slate pencils- SOLD

Chalkware Madonna- SOLD

Antique clay marbles in a tart tin- both SOLD

Mother of pearl and abelone crucifix from Jerusalem- SOLD

Paper ribbon- SOLD

N Y stamps- SOLD

French baking tray - SOLD

Enamelware lunch pail, loooooooooove that gorgeous blue- SOLD

Enamelware soap dish- SOLD

The sweetest little medallion or ladies pocket watch box - SOLD

Fancy bonbon tin, the famous Bergamottes de Nancy - SOLD

Beautiful antique velvet crucifix - SOLD

THE most fabulous enamelware kitchen canisters -

Spa glass in carry basket- SOLD

Beautiful white Sainte Therese - SOLD

And last, but most definitely not least, this stunning Madonna - SOLD

Do you think it would be really mean of me to show you the ones you have missed out on,  because they have already sold? Naaahh. its still nice to look at these lovely little treasures, right?

Madeleine trays -  BOTH SOLD

oval fluted tart tins - SOLD

Teeny tiny gloves - SOLD

Grater - SOLD

Mother of pearl rosary - SOLD

Communion wreath - SOLD 

Beautiful statue, Infant of Prague - SOLD

Rose basket tin - SOLD

Holy Water font - SOLD

round fluted tart tins - SOLD

LOL, only a few hundred more bits and pieces to go, lol.  Thats all for now, I'll try and keep you updated on here.

Toodlepip xxx


Rhonda said...

I want to thank you, sweet Liz, for shopping and sharing with us. I cannot wait to receive my tins. I simply cannot wait!!!

You have the best finds! We love you!

Mom E. said...

Did you buy the tins I was salivating over?....If you did, I am glad they will be loved as much as I loved them!
I don't know what it is about tins.....they just call my name!!! Liz, all things are gorgeous as usual! such fun......

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

What a fun post..you'll have to give me some fun shop names, hoping to visit Germany/France in late Spring and I could use some great tips@!!

Madelief said...

Thank you for your kind comment on my blog! You found some lovely things in France!

Madelief x