Just a short drive from my house is one of the largest antique malls in the country. It is the Riverfront Antique Mall in North Augusta, South Carolina. It has over 200 vendors, most of them packed full of little knick knacks, or, as the professionals call them, "smalls". I try to go there about once a month to see what's new. Here is what I found on my latest trip...
Cute peachy drinking glasses. Unfortunately, when I got home and looked at them closely, I saw that they are dated 1987 - not nearly as old as I thought they were. Oh well, they're still cute.
Isn't this beaded collar pretty? It's in such perfect condition, too. I have no idea what I'm going to do with it, but I just couldn't pass it up. Any ideas out there?
This is my third cat teapot, along with a pretty wooden cigar box, and a nice hardcover book called "Rose in Bloom". I have an interesting project involving the book that I'm going to tell you about soon.
Wow. Such lovely packaging on these vintage hairnets. For $1 each, I had to get them both.
Look at the great millinery flowers on this hairband.
Jars of buttons can be hit-or-miss, but I got a good one this time. All these were inside, and then some.
I know these lamb planters aren't for everyone, but I happen to like them. And the Mary has such a sweet face.
Well, that's it for now. I hope you enjoyed seeing my newest treasures!