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I recently posted about our antiquing/shopping trip to Lucketts, Chartreuse and the antique shops located in downtown Frederick, Md. I love the Paris pillow I purchased at Chartreuse. Today I want to show you my other finds from this trip.
I fell in love with this inhaler. Though not that old I thought it was so cute and it goes great with my other black and white pieces.
Here’s the side view. The best part is it only cost $3.00!
My next purchase was a new piece that fits in perfectly with my other white and black pieces. For some reason I am always drawn to anything with a number on it.
I didn’t realize how many things I had with numbers on them until I started looking around our house.
This could be my next post.
You may remember my search for a vintage breadboard and how my sweet friend Mona at Providence Ltd
sent me a wonderful one as a gift.
The board in front is the one Mona gave me. The larger one I bought on this trip. The funny thing is I had been looking for over two years and never found a vintage board anywhere local. There were a couple I saw on-line but the cost was more than I wanted to pay. We walked into a shop in Frederick and there were at least twenty different breadboards. I was in heaven!
I like the handle on this one. I also bought another board which I believe is a pizza paddle.
Picture from Pottery Barn
My purchase is almost identical to the vintage ones that Pottery Barn sold and mine cost $127 less! These are sold out at PB now but I believe they originally sold for $159 each.
You’ll have to wait to see the paddle in our new home. I am trying to declutter to put the house on the market so I didn’t want to add anything new to the walls.
We leave for Orlando in a couple of days. I am looking so forward to seeing my family and getting a chance to visit neighborhoods and narrow down our search for a home. Wish us luck with selling the homes we own now.
Thank you so much for visiting and all your kind comments.