Sunday, April 25

Flea Market Finds


Great excitment rang through out the land as I found my box of aluminumn tea pots in the shed.
Of course it was almost the last box and right down the bottom.


 

These have been collected from the oppies over several years and have been hiding in various sheds for at least 5 years. A bit like Christmas really opening a box and wondering whats really in there.
Pop over to Sophies for more Flea Market Treasure. 
These aren't recent finds but with a shed full of treasure it's really hard to add any more treasure. 

10 comments:

Steph said...

Wow! What a collection. I just seeing what treasures people hunt out. I love that reddy-pink one! Hope all is well in your world :)

Jennie said...

I love the colours together - they would look great photographed and on greeting cards!!

marian said...

i recognize two of mine in your collection..lovely old teapots :)

running thread said...

I love your tea pots. What are you planning to do with them? I've seen great teapot "mobiles" hung outside in trees. Really quirky

Tracey said...

Oh I like, I like, what a great collection. What will you do with them now you have them out of that box?

Sarah said...

Love them! I've been given the challenge of finding a teapot just like those ones for my Grandma :)

handmadehappiness said...

ace i love there's coloured ones too!!!!!!

http://misstracianderson.blogspot.com/2010/04/good-oll-rummage.html

if you have time!!!

♥♥♥ w o o l f ♥♥♥ said...

great collection and ah! those subdued colours... what are you going to do with them?

sue said...

I do believe I may have been present when some of those were purchased - which might just make me their sort-of Godmother ...?! Great photo - lovely colours and very brave to unpack a box ...

Betty Jo said...

I love them!
i just posted about a fantastic artist who uses anodised kitchenware in her sculpture. And a pic. of my collection too.http://findmakedo.blogspot.com/2010/04/anodised-and-energised.html
Can't decide between the red one and the green lidded one.