The Flea Market in Bowling Green is bearable for me about once every 6 months. However, the Antique Mall attached to the Flea Market, I believe, could be a bi-monthly occurance. Here are some great, quirky, beautiful things.
This is my Passer’s Remorse for the day. This was a stack of promotional KY and surrounding area “travel” pamplets produced by Standard Oil. SHOULD HAVE BOUGHT THESE. They were very neat. At the very least, had some great Kentucky imagery and neat information and Aaron could have quite possibly even used some of these images for graphic design inspiration, too. Crap.
Probably not vintage, but still a cute little decoration for the Holidays. Christmas in July, anyone? I am going to make a vow to get all my Christmas decor this year, the hand-me-down way, with the exception of lights and the tree. Hold me to it! I want to get all my ornaments by finding them, individually, through whatever means.
Adorable autograph book. It was in an enclosed case, who knows—maybe it was filled with old movie stars’ signatures.
Well, if this isn’t self-explanatory of why it piqued my interest, I don’t know what is. I wonder if one day Aaron will write sheet music with this title.
I could write an entire post (and probably will) about my obsession with “apothecary” cabinets. Essentially, cabinets full of little tiny drawers that were used to organize medicine or herbs back in the day. I kinda wish I’d gotten this little thing because it was only $30, but I am saving up for some other costly things, like EUROPEAN VACAY.
Adorable, vintage pantent leather baybay shoes. I was going to get these for Ivory and I remember seeing a recent photo of about 30 pairs of shoes that this little baybay already owns and I felt I should go another route. But aren’t they cute?!
I will be posting more on The Power Couple about our day, what Aaron and I ACTUALLY purchased, and some not-wild-nor-beautiful things we saw on the Flea Market side of things.
- June 30 2010 2 Notes