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Thursday, April 16, 2009

What I got, Gresham Sale Part 2

I hope you are all not tired of hearing about the Gresham Sale. It's kinda a big thing for me and other antiquers around town. We wait for the 2 times a year that Jodi and Glo open the barn up with their treasures. And they are so nice to allow other dealers in on the fun.
here's what I picked up last night.

That big fan thing is part of a windmill. I have an article about it that Glo gave me, but my scanner is not working so I can't scan it. But it's 1/4 of the windmill. There were 4 sections like the one above. It's a real neat piece. The plant stand will be painted white, Love that shopping cart, and the rusty metal hanging planter is great.

This great old metal rose and a metal lantern. There is so much you can do with these old metal lanterns.
I picked this rose up just for me. See how big it is, it's metal and has a great patina.
I'm keeping It and the windmill.

I went up today and sales were still steady and brisk. Lots of stuff left, so come on over Fri and Sat if you can. I had several people inquire about items they saw in the pics. See something you like, just drop me a note, maybe we can work something out. Here are some more views of things that were left as of this afternoon.

Happy Junking. OH and good news. Jodi has asked me to help her get a blog going. So soon You'll be able to read all about her adventures in the junkin world too.


Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

Love the windmill piece! Great stuuf, Margo! ~Mindy

cindee said...

Great stuff! I would go crazy there! At one time I had a plant cart just like that. It was years ago before I collected Junk! It got old and rusted and I sold it at the flea market. OMGosh what I would give to have that back!

trash talk said...

Margo isn't blowing smoke up your dresses girls...she really does go out of her way to help!
I would have bought that latern and that beautiful rose in a heartbeat. I don't blame you for keeping it and the windmill piece for yourself. They are pretty darn cool!
Thanks again,

The Red Shed Girls said...

Oh so jealous! Will you please leave me the rose in your will?
Glad to hear you were have great crowds!

Tina said...

Wow, I'm just ga ga over that metal rose. So chic!

Vanessa {Bloom Right Here!} said...

Wow! I definitely want to make it to this sale sometime. Looks like some fabulous treasures. I have a daughter with special needs, so I love that this sale benefits children like my daughter. Do you know if the dates are set for the next sale? I want to get it on my calendar and really try to get there.

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Cammie said...

I totally love the windmill section. We have a windmill museum at Jackson, Nebraska. Its actually outside, the guy restores old wooden windmills, then displays them along the road with a sign by each one giving the history of each one. I always love seeing another go up, he's saving them from extinction. I will have to take some pics and post them on my blog.

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