went up the gravel drive.
saw all these goodies waiting for us to look at! There was a
wide variety of antiques and collectables with a wide variety
of prices. For the most part I thought their prices were pretty
reasonable. the bigger pieces had higher prices of course but
that is to be expected.
the walls and it fascinated me. It was hard to read so I
wasn't able to tell what year the couple got married
but I thought it was so fragile looking!
set up in the barn. Everything was in good shape, clean and
of really nice quality.This is the kitchen vignette set up . If you look on the shelf
under the cabinet doors--off to your right, you'll see some
little spice containers. (they are above the brown box
behind the lamp) Anyway they came home with us and
have Japan on them. There were three sweet and three
savory shakers. I tried to get Ken to purchase the spoon
that's hanging from the door --- he could eat his cereal
with it but NOOOOOOOOOO! We had a great time and in the next picture you'll see
what we brought home in the Sportage.
scale I was soo excited. It's a little more "used" but it's
smaller than the one I picked up at the Spinach Fest.
Some of the other things: two little pumpkin trays, a
plate, a large canning jar, my spice shakers, an ink
bottle and my most fav find--the WOODEN BOX.
It has a hinged lid and will hold a lot of loot. (not
sure what loot but...) The box was a bargain at 18.95!
It is in excellent condition.
Most of the items at this sale are from RED BARN
ANTIQUES IN OAK GROVE, MISSOURI.
Stay tuned --come back sometime tomorrow and find
out where we went after we left the Barn Sale.
~Keep on Dreaming~