Actually, it wasn’t found on the market, but it was found on market day! 🙂
This wonderfully cute celestial globe I found in one of the charity shops in town for only £1.00. The moon, inside the sun, inside the planets, inside the galaxy! 🙂
Well actually, this was not found on the market, it was found on market day in a charity shop! I’m really loving the wonderful, kitsch, perpetual calendar I found. It’s a real blast from the 70’s when I was growing up. I got this fab thing for just £1.00.
It beats peering at a screen looking for the date ! 🙂
A nice sunny day at last, so we decided to harvest our onions. They are a good size this year, just one advantage of all the rain!
Here they are, all 66 onions laying out to dry before bringing them in doors.
I’m really pleased with this years harvest! 🙂
Well, Fakenham Market finds this time is about something someone found for me!
I was surprised a few days ago to be presented with these lovely spoons that a friend found on the market and thought of me.
They have now joined my collection! 🙂
As you may know, I kinda like wooden spoons.
Some for cooking
and some for looking at and admiring.
I found this one on the market for just £1.00, not for cooking I don’t think!
I might have a go at painting it and hang it on the wall 🙂
Well, I haven’t been here for a while, sorry if you’ve missed me! I have been enjoying my simple life, teaching myself about natural dyes.
I had time this morning though to pop to our local market and I picked up these two lovely things for myself.
£1.40 for the two – I’m still on form! 🙂
I haven’t been sharing my finds for a while have I. I’ve been so busy doing so much and haven’t had time to report back to you folks.
These are the lovely finds from last week. A really lovely Japanese lacquer box and a beautiful little art nouveau book of poems by Elizabeth Barratt Browning 1903.
Both for only £2.50, what a treat! 🙂