Sunday, June 27, 2010


Taken in difficult lighting at best....

One of the tiniest little "adult" cabinets I have seen in would make a wonderful jewelry cupboard.

Less than 6 ft tall..and all sorts of drawers behind those mirrored doors. VERY shallow depth.

Above is a button collection with a letter explaining about them
but it is hard to read...however, some really NEAT ivory and whale tooth buttons among them.

Spandrel....very long and large.


Pearl said...

One of the sweetest cupboards I have ever seen. I always love your finds Rose. The pitcher and bowl is stunning. Take care, Pearl

Jan said...

Just love all your photo's and blog!

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Pearl & Jan...thanks for dropping by...I do enjoy going to these shows...and sharing the antiques and things I see there.
Glad you do to.
Jan you have 7 children....all your own..or a
"combo" family ???
That is AMAZING...that is one big family, I came from a family of five siblings.

CONGRATULATIONS to all of you, especially YOU mom.
Thanks for joining...and being my 150th follower.
You have an lot of energy it do you do it ?
How old is your youngest and oldest ??


Dapoppins said...

Oh, so I am not the only one, everytime I visit an antique mall I snap pictures of all the interesting things.

The Rustic Victorian said...

The spandrel,,,gasp! Love it!

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

I know, love to photograph things at the shows and the malls...they use to be a bit nervous about me doing it...but they are USE TO ME now. ...and this way we can re-enjoy the antiques... time after time.

Yes, that spandrel...was a beauty...did not price it NOT have room for amy more of them.