There were not as many vendors as usual but nonetheless we managed to come back home with some treasures.
My husband liked these binoculars, he was looking for vintage cameras, but there were none. I love the binoculars leather case and my kids thought they were very "cool". The price $5.
I'm growing my stash of silver pieces, the one with the rounded shape and little feet is my favorite so far. It's price $3.
A little research on the other one gave me an Ebay copy cat: "The White Horse Scotch Pewter Jug Liquor Pitcher" it sells there for $35, more than what we payed for all of our finds. My pitcher was only $2.
Two silver vases, not crazy about the color but they might come in handy for photo sessions! $2 each.
A set of picture frames that were not in great condition.
But I liked their summer feel, hmmm maybe because of the dolphin :) Well, for only a dollar for both of them, what's not to like!
The first find of the day was this basket/tray, I loved the chunky feel, the materials, at first I didn't like the color.
But it worked perfectly during my new family room wall reveal. I might paint it though. The price $2.
Last but not least a pair of router bits. The biggest expense, $10 for both! If I get them at the store the price will be way higher than that.
Something else that we came home with was this vibrant chair, it was picked from the curb! I need to check what kind of damage it has and if it's something is worth fixing, just looking at it makes me smile.
Those were all our finds. We were thinking on spending only $20, we ended up paying $28. The router bits were the ones who set us backwards, but hey I know it's a good buy!
How about you?! Have you attended a flea market this year, are my prices comparable with the ones in your area? What's your greatest find so far?
I can't wait to attend next month's flea market!
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