As promised here's a few more of the vintage treasures we unearthed at yesterday's jumble sale. The most expensive item (the tin trunk) cost 50p.
A trio of leather clutch bags in metallic shades.
This gorgeous linen tablecloth featuring crinoline lady and hollyhock embroidery is typical of the 1930's.
Three pretty rose print coasters which bizarrely match the placemats we bought from the last Scout jumble sale.
A lockable tin trunk which is already packed with our VW camper tool set ready for our next trip.
English-made 1960's "Snow Maids" leather boots complete with boot shapers and my size, too! Also a 1950's era Danish Viking in wood.
A groovy 1970's fringed bed cover which fits our bed rather splendidly. There were three of these in various colourways, all in perfect condition.
We bought this 1950's plaster head from a car boot sale last year for a quid. After consulting various books we discovered she was originally a table lamp. Jon managed to snaffle a lamp and a vintage shade yesterday and she's now restored to her former glory.
Thanks for coming back for a second instalment.
I've had a few requests for more photos of our garden so if the weather stays dry enough to mow the lawn I'll try and do a post later in the week.