When I went to the bloggers brunch on Saturday we went
junk antique shopping after we ate. Asheville sure does have some wonderful places to shop. We went to several antique malls in just a few hours time and I could not believe all the great stuff these shops had.
The first place we went to was The Screen Door.
The prices were better in that shop than they are here where I live.
I loved this bell shaped cloche and the bottle in the metal holder.
All this was in the first booth when we walked in. I had to break myself away so I wouldn't run out
I have a thing for large clocks and I would have loved to bring home one of these.
I don't have my photos in order so I am not sure which shop all the rest of the pictures are from.
Look at that chippy goodness.
I have never seen so many demijohns before. I was in demijohn heaven.
Very good prices on most of them, too. This large one was only $65!
Lots of moonshine jugs and other pottery.
Old crusty baskets.
This booth was at The Screen Door. Everyone was loving this booth. Lots of Swedish and Belgium design.
Wonderful settee and there was the most scrumptious cast iron twin bed, but there was a couple
looking at it and I was not able to get a picture. You can see the headboard in the background.
Love the hanging lantern.
There were a lot of these wooden things for sale and very cheap.
Love that armoire and that table.
Huge old birdcage
$38 for two shed antlers tied together in this booth. I think I will find some for free or a whole box of them on ebay for less.
Love this lamp made from a canister.
I love this large secretary and hutch with old wavy glass.
Great bench made out of a bed.
Great old piece for extra storage.
Close up of that piece. I googled Iten Biscuit Co. and found quite a bit of information. The company is circa 1905 and made animal crackers and other crackers.
This area was like stepping back in time.
I wish I had bought some of these old letters.
Seemed like every new shop we went in had a bunch of these old demijohns.
Yes, it was demijohn heaven.
More great jars
Really would have loved to bring this home. Love the lead glass doors.
Hope that wasn't photo overload.
Thanks again to Penny for taking us to the most wonderful shops.
I will show you what came home with me soon.
Enjoy the rest of your week. I am going to go get me some grandbaby love.
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