On my previous post about local markets, I was told this market was good for picking not really finding antiques. The prices were all over the place, but if you had a keen eye, you could find some deals since were tons of booths to check out. We saw a ton of vintage baby stuff if anyone wants to recreate an old-time nursery, this would be the place to go!
I loved the look of this chair, but I don’t really need another chair
I always see lots of bikes in Kentucky, but this was the only tandem bike and they wanted $250. I need to start paying attention to prices because during the 127 Sale they’re not nearly that much.
I keep seeing these picnic balls around, but this was the first I saw that was a complete set. If I had room to display one, I would probably buy it.
I already bought a Santa like this, but mine is in much better shape and I only paid 50 cents.
This elf was priced $17.50, but I only paid $5. Much better price and more charming than the present-day Elf on the Shelf.
The glasses on this 1949 owl lapel pin move. I’m in love!
I also bought another blue Mason jar to match the one I previously bought and have displayed on my mantle.