Saturday, June 2, 2018

Peach Tree 23 Yard Sale

Mom and I started out early yesterday to attend the Peach Tree 23 Yard Sale through SC. I think this is like the 5th or 6th time that we have attended. We usually go on Saturday but since I was off this past week we decided to go on Friday. The good thing about going on Friday is that I didn't think the traffic was as bad but the bad thing about going on Friday was that I didn't think as many people were set up. However, we still found some really great stuff.

I love this little doll, marked Germany. She even has a full wardrobe. I still need to do a little research on her but think I got her at a great price. She will be going to my Etsy shop soon.

I love this little Powder Puff Wand, there were two but I only bought one. After researching I now wish I would have bought them both. It belonged to the lady's mother that I bought it from. From the 1920's or 30's. This will be going to our Etsy shop soon.

What a steal these cocktail napkins were. They are Madeira cocktail napkins and in new unused condition. Aren't those frogs so cute! Also found some old Rooster Cocktail Napkins. Coming to our  Etsy Shop soon.

A few vintage Christmas rescues. The Bank is in poor condition but for 25 cents I thought  he should come home with me. The Christmas Carol/Coloring Book is in perfect condition. These will go in my vintage Christmas collection.

I collect these Bailey's Cups, was happy to find another to add to the collection.

Lovely Sterling Puffed Heart Necklace.

And a few other odds and ends. An old Bicycle License Plate from Augusta (yes I will keep this), a Ginger Doll Dress, a lovely old frame and some book marks.

We really had a great time. If you live in the area I would recommend you try out the Peach Tree 23, I always find great stuff! 

Hope you are having a great weekend!!

1 comment:

  1. We had our city wide yard sale today and for once I sold instead of buy. I had vintage home and garden, lots of rusty goodness. Had a good day, thankfully. But was almost sidelined by heat exhaustion. Texas. 100 degrees.