Sunday, September 26, 2010

Sunday flea market

I'm a bit late with this post - my internet connection slowed down to a speed that makes a snail seem like a supersonic jet.
Don't have too many pictures to show - I forgot my camera. Oops.
Well, anyway, here are my finds for this week.


Some bone and horn beads.


A couple of very small iron forms - perhaps for pralinés? And a (slighty confused) compass.


A couple of rhinestone brooches - minus alot of rhinestones.


Some real filigree and a demolished locket.
Interesting things to inspire me.

Hope everyone has a wonderful Sunday and thank you for stopping by!

13 comments:

Barbara Lewis said...

Renate, You got some goodies that look like they're waiting for resin!

Greer said...

No treasures like those at our little market!

sharon said...

One day we will do this together! For now, I always love seeing your flea market trip......the metal filigree and locket are really sweet!

lilylovekin said...

I love the compass, who isn't confused?

sundownbeaddesigns said...

Oh...some lovely finds! I especially like the compass.

Hopemore Studio said...

Those are some spectacular pieces, lots of potential in all of them.

SummersStudio said...

These are great flea market finds an I see your creative process at work on these.

alteredbits said...

oooh, gorgeous goodies!! i love your fleamarket posts so much! i haven't gone to mine in three weeks or so, but next sunday it's a must! i want to find some little rusty praline tins and a demolished locket too...and those beads! yummy!!

Esther said...

wow Ren , those filigrees and rhinestones are fantastic!!

romantic decay said...

Great finds, love the demolished locket!

TesoriTrovati said...

Love the filigrees, and the 'slightly confused compass' would inspire me! I am slightly confused a lot of the time. I think that is a great piece to say it is okay to lose your way at times... Great finds!
Thanks for sharing.
Enjoy the day!
Erin

mermaiden said...

you could fill the missing rhinestone spots with colored resin- that would be so pretty! i hear art chalk colors it divinely :D

fanciful devices said...

DROOL