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Shopping at Fabric World in Stone Mountain: A Review

If you have never heard of or shopped at Fabric World in Stone Mountain, Georgia, you are missing out. This store is a lot of fun. I went there a couple of weeks ago and was happy with what I found, and I was even happier with the prices. The …

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Scott Antique Market December 2018

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 …

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Storyology Design at Scott Antique Market

I was so glad I got to shop at Scott Antique Market this past weekend. It was their last weekend for the year so I definitely didn’t want to miss it. I was very excited to have found an amazing Christmas gift for my husband that I think he will love. …

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Royal Worcester Antique Compote

While the Caughley Polychrome platter was the highlight of last month’s auction finds, this 1800s Royal Worcester antique compote was another exciting purchase from that same auction. I actually bought them together in the same lot. This compote is truly a beautiful piece. It has a white background and a …

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Woodstock Market’s Christmas Open House

Last month my girls and I visited Woodstock Market’s (now called The Market) Christmas Open House. We were a few minutes late and missed the unveiling of their Christmas window display but we enjoyed our time in the store. I have written about The Market before because they have talented …

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18th Century Caughley Polychrome Auction Find

Last week I participated in an online auction and was excited to win several items. Several of the pieces I won were framed, vintage cross stitch pieces. Most of them were pieces that I plan on reselling, but one of them was an auction for two Christmas angels. I plan …

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Scott Antique Market November 2018

There were lots of great items for sale at this month’s Scott Antique Market. With rain on Thursday and Friday though, I wasn’t able to visit the outside booths at the south building. Most of the dealers had their merchandise covered with tarps to protect them from the rain. Here …

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Mid-Century Pottery Finds…McCoy, Royal Copley, and More

Last week I posted about some incredible mid-century TV lamps that I had purchased from an estate auction. I also was able to purchase a charming collection of mid-century pottery pieces from the same auction. I found some lovely planters, figurines, vases, and even a McCoy cookie jar. First up …

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A Mid Century Modern TV Lamp Collection

Last week I purchased an incredible collection of vintage TV lamps from a local online auction company. The sale featured probably 40 or more of the lamps and I was fortunate enough to win eight of them. As I was telling a couple of friends about the lamps, I realized that …

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Selling Jewelry on Etsy: Part 2 Researching Vintage Costume Jewelry

In my last post I discussed my experience selling vintage costume jewelry on etsy. One of the things I mentioned was the importance of research. There are a number of websites that you can use to identify jewelry, either by makers’ marks or by style. There are also some great …

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Tips for Shopping the World’s Longest Yard Sale

The world’s longest yard sale officially starts next Thursday and I am excited. This will be our fifth year and it is an event I look forward to every year. I have yet to make it the entire route. I always start at the beginning in Gadsden, Alabama and I …

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Cat Lady Sale in Pine Mountain

We were on our way to Pine Mountain last Friday for a day trip to Callaway Gardens when I saw an estate sale sign less than a mile from the gardens. We made a quick detour, drove through a beautiful area next to Franklin Roosevelt State Park, and then made our …

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