This past weekend, Coach and I took a trip to the south shore on a flea market discovery mission. Gotta add more pins to my map.
First stop, the Raynham Flea Market at 480 South St West in Raynham.
This huge market is primarily an indoor flea, with thousands of square feet of space lined with vendors booths, although there are a few “junk”tique sellers,
both indoors and out.
If you are looking to furnish your man cave, this is one stop shopping for you! Wayne’s World Records awaits,
as well as the $1 VHS tapes booth,
vintage liquor bottles
and even some cool liquor bottle lamps.
For the ladies, we have vacuum cleaner repairs,
faux wooden roses
Pretty straw hats
beads, lots of beads,
and a huge selection of cheap curtains and drapes!
For the spiritual among you, I present this paranormal booth
and even a few psychic readers. (I wonder if they could have told me how much money I was going to spend?)
For the outdoorsman, there are fishing poles,
and rain slickers (could have used those at the ballpark the other night…)
Wrapping up in Raynham, on to the Cranberry Indoor Flea in Wareham on 3065 Cranberry Highway, Wareham, about 20 min south.
This was more our style, with upper and lower floors filled with rows of glassware,
interesting antiques (could someone make a lamp out of this?!?)
and bric-a-brac (for those of you not familiar with this term, from Wikipedia: “refers to lesser objets d’art forming collections of curios, such as elaborately decorated teacups and small vases, compositions of feathers or wax flowers under glass domes, decorated eggshells, porcelain figurines, painted miniatures or photographs in stand-up frames, and so on.”) Like this little statue of the dancing dude and lady.
Flags for the Fourth…
There were more than a few $1 tables, which I always enjoy, and loads of vintage furniture, art and accessories to choose from.
So, between the tag sales and the flea markets, we came away with quite an array of fabulous finds. Here is my “loot shoot” of the day!
Some of these items will be making their way down to the Vintage Thymes Market, some of them are staying home with me ” ) Speaking of the Vintage Thymes, next Friday, August 9, there will be a one day clearance sale!! So if you were looking for something at the market but were hesitant about the price, now’s the time to go back and grab it!! My booth will be 50% off to clear the way for the fall merchandise. TGIF everyone!! Susan