We're selling these two pieces as umbrella stands. This seventies wicker tall basket is $10.
This coal scuttle has been painted in a folk art style. It looks much better to see it in front of yourself. We're selling it now for $15. Come to Valley Antiques in Dundas. Our booth is B309 - middle aisle towards the back. See the sideboard at the top of the blog for more info on directions.
You keep buying them, so we keep stocking them - typesetter's trays! We just dropped off two trays that have wonderful inky patina. They've been cleaned and wired. All you have to do is take it home and hang it on the wall. Perfect for displaying your tiny treasures. $60 each. These don't last long, so get your vintage-loving self down to B309 at Valley Antiques in Dundas.
I love that it still has the font style on the side.
We also added this charming cream and sugar set. It was made in England, so you know it's good.
Buy the set for $6.
Next time Benedict Cumberbatch nips over for a cup of tea, you can break out the whimsical crockery and he'll be putty in your hands. Think of what you could do with that putty.
We also added a few other small items including some new glassware and the super cool sugar and flour canisters above ($25 for the pair). Don't forget we have this absolutely charming Mr. Mugs framed poster. Get it now for $35! SOLD!
Just added to our booth today: This fantastic Ontario school map of the world. These were distributed by Neilson's Dairy free to schools in exchange for the chocolate bar advertising covering the map. Why think of continents when you can dream of chocolate?
- $110.00 SOLD!
Pee Wee Herman doll: He doesn't talk anymore. Perhaps that's a blessing. - $24 SOLD!
GI Joe Headquarters. It's seen better days, but the graphics are still good. - $35 - Currently out of booth. Email erin at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Our endless stash of typesetter's trays has come to an end for now. This one is - $60. SOLD!
We just added this super cute and very rare Noma children's night light. It still works. I cannot find any information about Noma lights of this type. It won't last long. - $40
Speaking of lights, we still have the cool mod lamp available in our booth, along with the mid-century gooseneck lamp (below) SOLD!, and the totally seventies articulated lamp at the bottom of this posting.