Cammie and I have decided to have our weekend garage sales only once a month, on the last Weekend of the month, which is today. Since I've had such a busy week, my offerings are not that great but here goes. Be sure to check out Cammie's blog for some really good stuff. And Next month I promise I'll have my act together.
See previous post for news about Ki's visit, and I'll have more pictures and stories tomorrow.
This item appears to be a ceramic or porcelain spool with a metal clamp on it. I think it was for electricity lines as a tension release or something.
You could remove the ceramic spool and have a great candle holder. Or leave it as it is and hang towels from it in a guest bath. This is a great old item, you don't see everyday. See picture for measurements. It's a bit heavy and I'll need to use a flat rate medium sized box to ship it in. $8
Double Wheel Pulley
This is an old heavy iron pulley. Great rusty patina, nice and solid.
this one has a double wheel pulley instead of a single.
Pictures tell the story, feel free to ask questions. Measures approx 12" tall and 5.5" dia on the wheel.
It's a bit heavy and I'll need to use a flat rate medium sized box to ship it in. $9.50
Single Wheel Pulley
an old heavy iron pulley. Great rusty patina, nice and solid.
10.5" tall and 5" dia on the wheel
$9.50 It's a bit heavy and I'll need to use a flat rate medium sized box to ship it in.
2 metal green tabletop candelabras, about 22" long each
$10 for the pr, plus shipping
Matching Green metal tissue holder $6.00 plus shipping
I saw so many of these yesterday in all different colors. It is plastic, but I didn't realize that when I picked it up. A can of the spray paint in the color of your choice, changes it up to fit your decor. It's an ornate little shelf, with holes built in for easy hanging $3 plus shipping.
Old faucet, Hot & Cold, shower curtain rings, metal, $5 plus shipping
This is an old Barbie Trailer. Measures 13" long, 5.5" wide $5 plus shipping
Hitch is broken, made of plastic and masonite.
Be sure to check out Cammie's, sale to see some more great stuff Garage Sale items.
Shipping Rate codes: The post office has raised it's rates substantially on packages. I will use either USPS or UPS depending on which is cheaper. On larger breakable items I always use UPS.
Rates are generally as follows, Rate codes are numbered.
1)Small paper or cloth items, can usually be sent in an envelope and will be, $3 or less to ship
2)Larger items, that will fit in a flat rate USPS box ( 8-5/8" x 5-3/8" x 1-5/8) will be $5.50 to ship.
3)Large or heavy items will be around $8-$12 to ship, depending on size, destination and weight.
4)Books can be sent via Media mail for between $3-$4.
I try to keep it all as inexpensive as possible.