Fun, fun, fun!!
Found some good treasures today and believe it or not, everything in this photo came from one booth at the Flea Market with one exception - the tall piece of McCoy.
How much better can it get than to score two pieces of cream McCoy? The tall vase came from a different dealer. The bowl and everything else came from one booth.
I got a sweet red transferware cup and saucer that is marked "Early American Homes by Homer Laughlin, Arlington, Home of Robert E. Lee and the cup is Paul Revere's home. Made in the U.S.A.".
A sweet little cup that is marked "Ivory Lamberton China, Scammell, U.S.A, Hotel President, Kansas City".
An old vintage jar of buttons - you know how buttons excite me! And of course, some linens.
Look at this heavy, gorgeous silver tray with hairbrush and mirror.
Don't know exactly what this is, do you? It is a pretty shade of green glass with an old metal top.
And I absolutely love this darling little shelf. It will go in my kitchen on the wall (someday). It appears that I'm going to have a whole wall of little different cabinets.
And to my last item....
A 1950's metal dollhouse in perfect condition. I have the door - just forgot to put it on.
It seems to be in perfect condition. Needs a little cleaning up.