Tuesday, 29 April 2014

The latest brocante finds

Here I am, at the cottage in France, listening to the rain hammering against the window by my desk. The last few days have been somewhat wet, lol, which meant no gardening, no planting out veggies, instead I was able to get on with photographing, measuring, packing, weighing and listing some of the recent brocante finds. And here they are -

The prettiest sky blue milk glass rosary - SOLD

Gorgeous vintage Pierrot tin - SOLD

Art Deco Scaferlati tin - SOLD

Gorgeous 1930s cream and green French milk boiler jug - SOLD

Sweet Virgin Mary Madonna figurine - SOLD

Vintage French onyx plaque with medal of Christ -

Elegant black and silver large antique French crucifix pendant -

Vintage French faux mother of pearl and gold cross -

Rare antique French Vichy Spa glass in carry basket - SOLD


Confiserie Debray, Paris, candy/chocolate tin -

Darling little petit point needlepoint ladies calling card case - SOLD

I had listed this pretty embroidery stamp as well, but it sold every so quickly -


Loads more to come, but I have to take photos in between the rain showers, to get some half way decent natural light in the cottage. So it will probably come in small installments, lol.

Thank you so much for stopping by and taking a look. 
Toodlepip xxx

3 comments:

Petite Michelle Louise said...

such lovely fonds but i would rather be listening to the rain on that roof....sigh.

Dorthe said...

Oh Liz, here you tempted me again, that milk glass in blue ,rosary, I couldn`t resist !!!
But there are so many other beautiful finds here, and I so admire the eye you have for finding all those French goodies!
Someone else than me will be happy to press the button :-)
Hugs and kiss to you,dear.
Dorthe

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Hello Liz
THAT was the embroidery stamp I loved - maybe you will find one again sometime and if you do could you put it aside for me please!

I've now joined up to follow this blog too, so I don't miss when you post new finds from your brocante visits!

Enjoy your beautiful May days in France - I will dream of ones I've enjoyed in the past!
Hugs
Shane