This one is really a last minute sharp right turn I made on my way home - nearly got rear ended but it sure was worth it! A total prize to my way of thinking!
A signed, 1969 Curtis Jere wall sculpture!
A gorgeous 1950's (maybe 40's) lamp. There are no markings but it really is breathtaking & large, 12" tall
And boy was it CHAIR day! Never found this many in one day - ever! But boy did I luck out! It's going to need a bit of light hand sanding & a rub down with tung oil but it's a beauty!
A beautiful Conant Ball Russell Wright chair - Sure wish they'd had the WHOLE set!
And how bout this gorgeous mid-century desk chair in PERFECT condition!
And this is my very favorite one! Gonna need some scrubbing time with the Woolite Upholstry cleaner, but so worth it
A beautiful Slipper Chair - got to be from the 40's or 50's. I adore it!
These were all the craze in the 1970's & I had a great collection. I still think they're adorable
Wish I knew the manufacturer. Don't know if they're the same or not, but so cute
I'm so excited about this one, I guess because I just think it's beautiful. Has no markings but I was told it is an art pottery from the 1940's, made in Hollywood - and that's why it's so glamourous!
It's a large, 12"
I love Sorocco! Especially one's with color
And pretty metal wall sculptures - even if they aren't Jere :- )
Lost one poor little butterfly on the right, but I can snip off the nub & it'll still be pretty
Oh and I RAN for this when I saw it laying on a driveway. I didn't actually need to run because everyone else was just walking over & ignoring it like it wasn't a GREAT treasure. Silly people
What a hot ensemble this addition is going to make with the great mod clothes I found last week! Groovy baby ;- )
And last but not least.....I've been avoiding Christmas stuff all summer because I simply hate that Christmas now begins in July in the stores. But I really must remember to start planning ahead. This is a cute little tin tray with four coasters that caught my eye.
So that's it! It was a GREAT Saturday! After a beautiful weekend of 80 degree weather, maybe it was an omen that winter is creeping up & it will be the end of garage sailing for a few months (I go into mourning every year bout this time). But alas there's always those GREAT indoor church rummage sales, estate sales & the flea markets on chilly (but rain free) afternoons. Hope your weekend was as fun and GREAT as mine!