So, my heart always goes to fabrics and all things
And of course anything else that catches my fancy.
Here are the " treasures" that came home with me.
This beautiful robe must have been part
of a play. I am not sure of the date, but
it maybe from the 1920 TH.
Does anybody have an idea?
It has all this lovely detailing and is made from velvet.
Inside is this label.
Has anybody ever heard of this company?
You can see also on the lining that it is quite old.
It is lined with this pretty old shirting.
I fell in love with this sweet little coat made from very
I have a passion for vintage sewing notions.
These came in a beautiful old sewing basket.
What a wonderful way to package straight pins!
Sweet little fabric flowers in a tiny silver vessel
Something else I love are tiny white doll dishes.
I always wonder which little girl played with them.
Perhaps she had tea parties for her dolls and teddies.
More notions and a little Christmas stocking.
I also found old sheet music to be used for
some future project.
This was my "treasure" basket.
Laura, I hope you like it!
I can see some of my witches with these
vintage party toys.
They have such cute designs.
No antiquing trip would be complete for me, without
bringing home some antique or vintage fabrics.
In my mind, I am dressing dolls.
What fun I will have!!!!
All through the Christmas season I was looking for
an old silver tray for my big candles, and now I have found it.
Better late than never!
Have not decided whether to polish or not.
I think it will be pretty for every season.
There is something magical about old silver plate.
I like to wish you all a happy
May you be blessed to spend it in the company of loved ones!
Love truly makes the world go round!
Oh, by the way, the antique mall was in Coxsackie, N.Y.
And we also spent time in Catskill, alas, way to short.
Our next trip will be back there and to
I am already looking forward to that.
God bless you all,