Topsham Vintage and Homemade fair

It's been raining for weeks (or so it seems)  I have missed two Sunday boot sales so I was doing my serious "no rain" dance last night in order to get my fix.  After an awful night's sleep I awoke to beautiful clear skies and the chimes of baby twin asking if he could come with me today to the boot sale.  But, but, but .....  I need to concentrate ! I need to march around at speed snatching bounty from beneath the noses of the less astute!  No problem.  The boot sale gods were looking down, hubby came with me and No 1 son assured me (after I shook him out of his slumber) that he would stay awake and look after Big twin when he woke up .

Off we rushed.  Here are some of my goodies all bound for the Topsham Vintage and handmade fair along with the stools and a few other pieces I have "reloved".

I've had this 1950/60's picnic hamper for a while but have finally got around to cleaning it up and sorting it out to take to the vintage fair tomorrow.



Lovely wicker hamper with a great greyish/white whitewash effect and grey handles, gorgeous. Shall I keep it, shall I sell it ?

Really beautiful palest yellow and white with gold stars English Bone china tea set

Lovely, ceramic Jelly/Blamange mould



You may remember a while back I mentioned about a gorgeous French glass set of tea cups and saucers I saw and didn't pick up (I already have a set myself) well the lady was back again today and she still had the set ! Mine, all mine ! Won't make that mistake twice.



Immaculate Enamel Bread bin, no real age to it, made in Poland, a beauty all the same .




Sorry but that's all I have time for today.  Hopefully most of the above will sell tomorrow.  If you are in Devon and fancy a treat of Vintage and Homemade loveliness please do pop down to Topsham (we are in the hall next to the Fire station) from 10 am to 4 pm.





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  1. Good luck for tomorrow!

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    1. Thank you lovely. Its a great fair but a long day packing car, setting up, customers etc. Hope its worth it and the buyers come out xx

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  2. Your 1950s picnic hamper is wonderful and so unusual to have all the original contents. The other wicker picnic basket is great too, I wonder if you will decide to keep it.

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    1. It is lovely thank you, has a few scratches to the outside and one of the cups is missing : ( I have added a tablecloth so hope it sells xx

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  3. I love that glass tea set, how amazing!

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    1. its truly gorgeous and I sold it today (thank goodness I already have one otherwise no way would I have sold it ) xxx

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  4. Good luck at the sale. You're stock is beautiful. I have my eye on that jelly mould! x

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    1. Thanks lovely. The jelly mould hasn't sold ! Can you believe these people ! No shabby chic sense at all : ) Let me know if you want it and I can bring it to Cybher for you xx

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    2. Depends how much it is - I'm a bit skintaroo!

      Hope you had a good day's sales x

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