Yesterday I had a stand at The Market Harborough Vintage Fair organised by the lovely Ann and her hubby, Trevor. It was held at a lovely light and airy venue very close to the town centre and there was the usual lovely mix of vintage treasures on offer to tempt buyers. True to form I have no pictures of the day but I am sure Ann will post some pics on her blog, Vintage at the Corner House. My Mum is staying with us for the week from Devon and she indulged in a spending spree at the fair. My first find of the day was, yes, you've guessed it, yet another huge vintage Union Jack Flag....as if I need another, but I couldn't resist!
It is rather worse for wear but just how I like them!!
This rather fab wire work shelving also came from Briony, the lady I bought the flag from. It is going to be very handy to use for displaying fabric for sale. I also bought some wonderful French linen from Heather from Hellish Designs who coincidentally has just started a Blog.
Please pay her a visit as her stuff is to die for.
My rather wonderful find from our local car boot sale this morning. I spotted this gorgeous Georgian pine cupboard and it had to come home with no thought of how Mum and I would load it into the Beast!! We had to phone Andy to come to our rescue with the van!! Mum has spent all afternoon ironing my table and bed linen ready for the fairs...she is a real trooper! It has been the most wonderful but exhausting weekend, hope you've all had a great one too. Now we are off to sort stuff for the Vintage Jumble next Saturday. Have a lovely week.