I’m aways hunting for new “old, rusty things,” whether it’s at my grandma’s house, an antique shop or a small town boutique that sells a little bit of everything. Here are some of my recent treasures.
Vintage pearl brooch
Vintage wooden rocking horse, TFD on Etsy
Antique apple peeler
This antique iron apple peeler is more than 100 years old and was made by The Reading Hardware Co. in Reading, PA.
Antique French grave marker
This incredible piece is aheart-shaped antique French grave marker dated December 24, 1913. Atop the heart is a cross. Beautiful craftsmanship.
“Ice relose le corps de Henriette Anger, Decedee 24 Mars 1913…”
It’s the tiniest things can often leave the biggest lasting impression. These all remind me of those subtle, yet charming everyday things that make for life’s finishing touches.
You’re My Cup of Tea, Photography By Anita
Champagne pearl hair pins, Love Mia Shop
A Spoonful of Sugar…, LEsperanceDesign
Antique key necklace, Lovelina
I finally took the plunge with Pintrest. Not that I was resistant, I was just not sure I’d have the time to maintain one more social account… but as soon as I was logged in, I was hooked. It’s such fun! I’ve definitely been missing out.