7/17/2009

Flea Market Friday is back!

Oh my, I've missed more than a couple Flea market Fridays!
(almost missed this one! LoL!)
Here's some vintage bling that's oh so sparkley in person! I ran across a box full while packing up one of our curio cabinets. I don't have a clue when it comes to this stuff.
DH just sees an item that he likes and grabs it up if its a bargain.
The silver items above are my favorites. The one at the top left has a pin back and I think it's a "tussy mussy?" It holds some sort of small flowers or maybe lavender. At the bottom left, the silver container held maybe matches. It has what looks like a flint on the inside.
Here's some pinks and purples!

I like the reds and golds, too!
The little round key fob at the bottom right has a clip on the back, and it's a pretty pearl type inlay. My descriptions are probably way off! Please leave me a comment if you have any info on some of these items.
Thanks for stopping by!
Have a great weekend everybody!

5 comments:

Mrs.Kwitty said...

I don't know about any of that stuff either--but I sure love it!! So beautiful! Thanks for sharing your lovely finds.
Smiles, Karen

Artsy Fartsy Junkin Finds said...

I dont know much about it, but I love the first lot!!! Tootles, Janna

Liv said...

I don't know much...no, scrap that - I don't know anything about this kinda stuff but anything that sparkles, I love! LOL
They're very pretty items! :) I like the cameos in the top photo :)
Really nice pieces! :)

Oakleaf Hollow Primitives said...

Thanks, Y'all! DH saw me taking photos and he was afraid I was gonna sneak this stuff in on Etsy! :-D I assured him that he could keep his sparklies! Kinda like an old crow that picks up bits and pieces of shiny objects! LoL!
Have a great week!

Kara Witham said...

That cameo is beautiful :)


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Have a lovely week,
Kara Witham