As I mentioned in Monday’s post, I got to visit Scott Antique Market last week. This was their last show of the year and they had some great items for sale. Here are some highlights.
I will start things off with something a little bit different, some unique and gorgeous pieces of shell art. I have never seen anything like the bird made from the highly polished shell. They were really interesting pieces.
I didn’t write down the name of the artist, but take a look at this beautiful painting.
I want to do this with some sewing machine drawers that I have.
Some really cute Christmas stockings.
I wish I had bought this tole tray. The flowers on it are so pretty and different from what you normally see on tole trays. It just wasn’t in my budget this month.
These tole trays are from the same booth.
She also had this large collection of vintage cameras.
These magnifying glasses are gorgeous.
These next few photos are from Jan Agnello’s booth. She is the owner of Storyology Design. I wrote about her antique coin purse jewelry in my last post. The fireplace mirror is from the Victorian era and is hand painted.
Such a cute miniature dress form. It looks almost as though it is covered in moss.
Some of Jan Agnello’s antique coin purse jewelry.
A subtle, yet elegant Christmas display.
This tray is another piece that I wish I had purchased. Maybe it will be there next month.
I am always drawn to these beautiful wooden boxes every time I enter the north building. Dr. John Crews has several pickers that he works with that send them to him from England. He even works with artists who carefully restore the boxes.
I know that I have said it before, but if you haven’t been it is definitely worth the trip.
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