Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Back in the UK with some brocante finds!

We are back in the UK for a little while so I will try and list lots of brocante finds for you :-).

Here are some which I have already listed in the shop -

A pair of mid century soft leather gloves with such a sweet 'daisy' detail - SOLD

A set of six shallow small brass bowls, perfect for individual place settings, for tea lights, a small blossom, candy etc - SOLD

A gorgeous narrow jacquard woven French ribbon in a lovely shade of light terracotta in 2m lenghts -

A beautiful vintage milk glass rosary with a surprise in the back - SOLD

Some rather lovely vintage monogrammed tea towels, this is the first set listed -

You are my No. 1! Unusual green vintage French house number -

A set of three antique French iron keys, two of which are enormous! - SOLD

A set of two huge antique iron keys - SOLD

and a single, over 6 inches long 19th Century iron key - SOLD

Last but definitely not least, this beautiful, very pale blue milk glass bead rosary - SOLD

If all goes according to plan, there will be more items in the shop tomorrow.

Toodlepip xxx


Dorthe said...

So many beautiful things, my dear Liz, the Milk glass rosary is ofcourse my favorite, with the backside surprice ,and beautiful pearls, but also the ribbon, and blue milk glass rosary are very lovely. It is unverschämt what the French post are doing. 3 cm. high envelopes are almost nothing!! I`m thank ful it is not that awfull here, but whom knows what will come!!
I hope you will have a wonderful periode in UK, my dear. You will hear from me next week, Liz !!
Hugs, from Dorthe-xx

Rhonda said...

OH my,those keys ARE huge!! Wow and to think they actually opened gates and doors. Love Love all of your finds.

suziqu's thread works said...

Oh so many gorgeous things to love here as usual Liz. Those glass rosaries are gorgeous! And those keys yes Rhonda is so right - you do wonder what doors they opened!
Making post while the hay shines - the postal system the world over is getting impossible. Perhaps a way of Governments trying to retrieve lost revenue.
Thinking of you each day dear friend,
Big warm hugs,