A great day of antiquing with friends was on the schedule today.
Mary Alice and I traveled to Pennsylvania to meet Yvonne for a day of fun
and the thrill of the hunt. And that we did . . . have fun and hunt.
I was concentrating so much on “the hunt” that I did not take pics of the antique mall
that the three of us scoured.
However, I did take a pic of some sneaky peekies of some of our finds
that you will see at the end of the post.
But first, I want to show you some photos that I took on our way home from Pennsylvania
at Rust and Feathers Antiques in Leesburg, VA.
I spied this great bench with a beautiful blue original paint.
I kept running my hand across the bench seat feeling its beautiful aged wood and great patina
thinking, where can I put this bench? It was truly a great price too.
Around the corner was this ever so creative way to create a top
for a vintage Singer sewing machine stand.
A Radio Flyer Wagon!
I have two of these iron sewing machine stands at home and I need to recreate this one!
It was a great day of antiquing . . . and we also had great weather too.
A perfect day to use a screen door such as this beauty.
Have you ever seen a black bread box with gold lettering?
Not me, and this is a stunner….
So much eye candy under one roof.
I found something in this booth that had to go home with me.
So do you want to see some things that we scored at the Pennsylvania antique mall?
Yvonne, found some pretty great architectural pieces among other great things.
Mary Alice found some great vintage architectural pieces too
along with watering cans and more.
It was a great day; however, it would still be a great day even if we did not find any treasures,
as the real and true treasures are treasured friendships.
Just enjoying a day of shopping, lunch by the river, and lots of great laughs! A good thing.
Have a great day and thanks for visiting!!