After far too long, today I post a loot shoot of my weekend’s treasures. Not a large haul by any stretch, but satisfying all the same.
The loot is just a touch of this and that… things that are fun or classic or unique.
There is some antique transferware, a silver stirrup cup and a Victorian covered butter along with vintage paperweights, an antique polychrome delft tile and a plein aire painting.
I love this ironstone dish with the applied daisies all along the top and the small silver footed tray will look beautiful with a glass cloche on it.
The birdcage is very large and would look great filled with décor items on a table or filled with plants in the courtyard. I had a much larger cage, in the shop, that sat upon a table.
We hung small framed prints on the inside-back. Placed a picture frame on a stack of old worn books. Added a clock and a plant. It looked great and was a real statement piece.
I "decorated" this one with today's loot just to give you an idea of the look.
The possibilities for a cage like this are endless. Whether displayed inside or out, it is perfect for holding decorative vignettes that could change with each season.
This cage may look a bit better painted a softer color but I will leave that up to it’s next owner!
It was fun to be on the hunt again this weekend.
Next week …the flea on Sunday.
Happy Treasure Hunting!