Sunday, March 18, 2012

One Man's Junk Is Another ....

I was looking for a frame today and happened to come across a consignment shop. I did not have any luck finding the type of frame I was looking for but did see some interesting items.

I wish these two lamps could talk. I am sure they could tell me quite a story.



Not sure why this vase was on such a high shelf.



I had no idea what this was. Maybe something you could put ... well, I really don't know.



This little wind chime was nice. At least I knew what this was and it was appealing to the eye.



You would not put this sun dial outdoors. If you had a library in your home it would fit there nicely.



This shop had a lot of colored glass you could put on a patio or deck or outside a kitchen window. It would look good in the sunlight.



This is a cat that has a gazing ball for a body. Interesting.



Could you use a colorful frog? Or two?



These little flowers seemed to be saying "take me home with you!" I resisted the urge.



Walking back to my car I noticed a wire tree covered with little glass beads. I have noticed some of these in people's back yards lately. Must be a popular thing.



I didn't find a frame but I sure saw a lot of things that made me think.

Thanks for stopping by.

6 comments:

A Lady's Life said...

I love stores like this. You never know what will pop up there.

Small City Scenes said...

It is fun to browse in a store like this. It makes me wonder more than think. I hope you find just the right frame--somewhere.

The moon shots are nice--real is the best. MB

Jo said...

I love found things like these. I would have taken them all home, but I especially love the little frog. That is meeeee *heh*

L. D. Burgus said...

It certainly had a lot of different kinds of things. Useful and not so useful. I like the blue glass also.

L. D. Burgus said...

It certainly had a lot of different kinds of things. Useful and not so useful. I like the blue glass also.

Hilary said...

Some fun, whimsical items there. I quite like the coloured glass and the sundial.