The way things have been going this weekend with the Advent exhibition - I decided to perk myself up and go to the flea market with Max this morning. To say things are going badly would be an understatement. I have had no customers this weekend. And to top things off, the electricity went off yesterday for one and a half hours in the entire area. Seeing as it isn't likely that anyone will come today either, I might just as well show you some flea market impressions. I took my camera along and took so many photos, I could keep posting for a week. Please join me again while I peruse the strange and ordinary memorabilia and castoffs of today and yesteryear.
What a combination of things - makes me think of a circus...
I bet this appeals to the child in all of us!
I think even the Easter bunny is on this table, which shows a slightly more exclusive selection.
No, not the ruins of Pompeii. Old columns and objects, possibly from India or Indonesia.
Lovely old lace parasol.
This painting reminds me of Esther!
A dollhouse collection.
And now for my loot! Following are the treasures I haggled over and brought home:
Antique glass beads and glass stones. Oh, these are just fantastic!
Some antique rosary beads, watch parts and another souvenir bracelet from France!
Some faux pearls and vintage rhinestone pieces.
Some wonderful secret keepers!
I hope you enjoyed the flea market today as much as I did. Have a lovely Sunday!
(Comment: I wish this flea market was every weekend - although that would be bad for my pocketbook. This one is once a month - which is why I so look forward to going!)