A Few New Things At Home

I've been doing some serious decluttering and downsizing to our home as you know, but being a serious shopper (and sometimes seller) of vintage... it's an addiction to get out and see what the world has to offer. Most of my recent finds.

trio of gold florentine tables
for the SHOP have been sold, and I did keep a few things for me.

I had been eyeing this vintage church candelabra for at least a year now, but couldn't justify the price. I do know that with vintage, if you fall in love with something and don't nab it when you see it...then you run the risk of losing that one of a kind piece. I took my chances with this one and it did not sell and finally marked down to the price that I would pay.

 Normally these don't excite me too much, but this one is definitely old and heavy cast iron and had been painted white years back.

Since I am always shopping my own home I know that I can use it anywhere with the neutral color and I love the floret details.

antique church candelabra

Dinner by candlelight can sure be romantic...will have to plan something soon:~))

gold florentine tables

These Florentine tables are another recent find...
I had a different set for quite a long time and just wanted a change, so when I spied this set it had to come home with me and the price was right...

My aqua addiction ALWAYS continues.

antique aqua french books ruffled pages

It's always fun to add a few new things and I'll be looking for more pieces for the SHOP soon too.


NanaDiana said...

I love that candelabra. That was worth waiting for and it is a pretty one. Those Florentine tables are GORGEOUS, too! Sounds like you had a bit of fun shopping, Janet! xo Diana

Linda Rubin said...

Love everything about this post, oh my!

Burlap Luxe said...

Everything here is shabby prettiness :)
Love the church candelabra I had a chance of getting one myself, yet it was one of those shorter ones and not as nice of iron like yours, I did pass but would pick one up it it so looked like yours :)

Beautiful addition of your gold and Aqua here.

Have a wonderful Prairie time in Texas.
See you soon.


Unknown said...

I could die for that beautiful Florentine tray.

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