I mean, this place was like American Pickers on crack.
The vendors have everything from newly refinished furniture to old jars to well... honestly, just about everything antique-related you could ever think of is there. I regret not bringing my camera this time because my words cannot describe the awesomeness that is the Third Sunday Market.
Here is what I ended up purchasing: an antique silver pitcher and a homemade soy candle.
Let me just tell you a little about this pitcher. It's silver, like actual silver. And it's from the early 1900s. Oh, and I swiped it up for $22.
|Beautiful details on the handle.|
|Hello!? Would you look at that beautiful detail work by the spout?|
|This is what won me over. Claw feet on a pitcher? Shut up.|
You've gotta be kidding me. It's too much adorable
in one spot.
I think that this will look so nice on display in my little "built-in" bookshelves area downstairs. I could put some bright flowers in it too.
I also got this candle, which is Spice Rack scent. Mmmmm!
|Isn't it cute in that little mason jar?|