This is what I found:
The sewing kit has vintage wooden spools, and the little brass urn will get a spray paint makeover as soon as the weather warms up.
|Check out those feet!|
Again, in the basement was this little table with a chipboard tabletop. Nothing special right? And with a price of $20, there was no way it would have gotten bargained down to a price I wanted to pay...unless it was the end of the sale. I hauled it upstairs all by my lonesome, with the kit and urn (both unmarked) and boldly asked for a bundle price of...
...here's a pic of the whole bundle again...
...how about $5? For all of it!
Can you believe I got these legs for $5?? Yep, those are the only things of value here folks. Vintage steel 22" hairpin legs. Sturdy as heck, expensive to buy new, and awesome to boot. Yessiree, the table was passed over for three days by estate sale shoppers who couldn't see the potential past the cheap top.
|That sticker reads 20.00! Um...no thanks at that price.|
|You can always tell somethings vintage cuz NO ONE uses slotted screws anymore! What a pain they are!|
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