It is time to show some of the stuff that has sold the last couple of months. Despite my last hectic weeks when life took over my booth playing time, I have sold just as much as I did for Christmas! Who knew February and early March would be so good? Well, then again, what else is there to do in Maine during winter besides ruining knees while skiing or antique shopping? I should have done the latter myself.
Lots of random things sold, from that horse needlepoint picture to insulting ammo boxes. TV-trays, aprons, pans, ashtray, airplane and magazine holder all found new homes.
It finally sold! This old school desk had been with me since I moved into the bigger booth and had sort of become part of the booth itself. I also used to store my handbag, cell phone and keys in there when I was organizing my booth. Now where to put it all?
The lamb planter sold even though I had (unintentionally) mislabeled it as a poodle. Also, the white hairdryer case sold after I removed the hairdryer inside and relabeled it "Retro White Train Case".
The rocking horse is also rocking somewhere else. With that and my desk gone, I need to find some larger pieces to put in my booth. It's a rather nice problem to have!
Yes, another olivetti sold itself pretty fast. Ca-ching!
Winter. Maine. Hot drinks. Thermos. All sold. No-brainer, really.
Enamel dishes, teak pepper shaker, alligator ashtrays and a Tang pitcher. Somebody's home is getting groovier.
I also sold a LOT of mugs, but I am tired of posting mugshots, so just take my word for it.
Again, Maine. Winter. Hot drinks. Mugs. No-brainer.
Has the new year been good for your antique booth or reselling business?