What a weekend! There wasn’t much going on Friday in the way of sales, and since I have so much still waiting to be photographed and put out for sale, I slept in. But Saturday was a different story. Ricky and I both were going to a bunch of estate sales and yard sales in Birmingham. Looking mainly for furniture, but I can never pass up the smalls. Half way into the trip, the sky opened up and the clouds produced toad strangler rains. Torrential. Well, that’s exaggerating a bit, but it was raining harrrrdddd. Took the wind right out of our “sales”. Even though it did finally stop raining, we didn’t have the heart to go to all the sales and stopped after two, afraid to look for furniture for fear it might start raining again. I came home with a full, Golden Corral belly, two magazines from my stop at Hancock and three items from one estate sale.
Vintage glittered wood, Merry Christmas letters, a set of Fitz & Floyd orange salt and pepper shakers exactly like the ones we got for a wedding gift in 1973 that went by the way of a yard sale many, many years ago and those fancy candles.
The candles are plastic. Or at least the fancy part is. I haven’t had time to study them well enough to know if they were ever meant to be burned. Surely not?
So, I have a question. Do these candles have a name? And what style would they be? Shabby Chic, romantic, Hollywood Regency?
Today, I’m linking up with Southern Hospitality’s Thrifty Treasures.
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