Monday, 22 August 2016

Some recent stock

I have had a little summer holiday from my eBay shop, but have recently added a few items which have been rather difficult to part with.  Most of the items are French, and exactly the sort of thing I love to use at home, or at least covet and store away, getting them out occasionally for a stroke or a hug... light fittings, pin cushions, handbags and embroidered textiles ...ooh, I just love them...



A decadent tole ceiling lamp - perfect for a bedroom or hall - 1970s bling!
now sold



a pair of early 19th century French lead & metal lanterns - winging their way to USA as we speak
now sold





A fabulous pair of wall candle holders - SO French!  In metal and gesso holders, perfect for any frou-frou setting... now sold




A huge Lourdes rosary - with rustic, raw wood and naively carved rose beads and crucifix, dating from the end of 19thc
now sold




Beautiful Pierette pin cushion - I love her wagging finger!  Perfect in every way...
now sold




A striking Art Deco postcard/photo album, in mock shagreen, with metal deco finishes
now sold




A royal blue satin and black velvet cushion cover, with embroidered silk flowers in the centre
now sold



A great 1960s handbag, with nice, crisp closure and pristine interior - i don't think it has ever been used Now Sold




A padded French silk and hand painted hanky or lingerie holder,  with the sweetest Dutch scene
now sold

Well, the link to my eBay page is here - if you would like any more info, just ask!

Have a good week!  

6 comments:

  1. Hooray! you have popped up again on my list of blog posts. I did enjoy this post, it is such a fine line between pieces I love to sell and pieces I love to live with isn't it?
    Jane xx

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  2. it certainly is! I'd love to keep everything, but I'd need a mansion!

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  3. I love that pair of wall mounted candle holders. Just my ticket. Unfortunately we are over-run by such beautiful things, and really need to start unloading.

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    1. And France is just full of beautiful things...sigh...

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  4. I think my favourite out of those treasures have to be the lovely lanterns. I see they're now sold, I'm sure their new owner will be delighted with them.

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    1. They were also very heavy! I loved them too.

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