a bunch of crap I don't need, but couldn't live without
Pretty retro serving pieces. The covered one is a chaffing dish.
12 old children's books from the 1940's and 1950's
DeLill purse, it's Paris!
Tano of Madrid Made in Spain. Maybe 1940's? Does anyone know?
How cool is this one? Bamboo, with no markings
Not a lot of room in there, but who cares?
All this pottery for $6. Here are the highlights........
Hull leaf with grapes.......
2 pieces of McCoy. I have 3 of the planters already.
Creepy looking planter that looks like wood. ( Looks like a face to me)
Sweet blue swan. Guess pottery isn't a hot collectable anymore (yeah) And 2 weird dolls, but those will be saved for a Wednesday.
Our local auction house started on-line only auctions about 6 months ago. I don't know if I like that better than live auctions. I do enjoy sitting at one all day, listening the the auctioneer and marveling at what people will pay for certain items. It works like ebay, where you can set a max bid and if you get outbid they send you an email. I won 5 lots, but bid on 15 or so. I set my limit and unless I really want something, don't go over it. They also have a on site preview day, which I like, because I like to touch everything. This auction was at a house about an hour from where I live, when we went to the office to pay for my winnings, the woman who works there told us she was going to the auction site that afternoon and she would bring everything back with her so we wouldn't have to go after work, because "I'm nice". Hell yeah, thank you! See, it pays to be nice.