4 Many of you have inquired about the items that were not sold at last week’s market, so I want you all to have a chance to purchase some of the things that were left over. Some of my favorite things were not sold, so there’s still great treasures available! Most of my large items were transferred to Random, located at 6465 Mockingbird Ln. #366 in Dallas. This amazing Schwinn (I think it’s a 1061 model) is there just waiting for someone to bring it home and refurbish! The frame is solid and just needs a couple of parts replaced.
Vintage 1961 Schwinn, $225, located at Random
The following items are available for cash and carry. I live very close to downtown Dallas. If you are interested in any of these items please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for payment and pick-up. Happy shopping!
Vintage house jack, $75.
2 Industrial metal chairs/stools, from a sewing factory, $65 each
4 Vintage L-square tools, $25 each…You could make a great frame with two of these!
Primitive FJ Townsend (late 1800′s) barb wire fence puller, $60
vintage funnel pendant light, wired and ready to hang, $60
Large gold and cream mid-century lamp and shade (shade is cracked in one place), $150
Vintage Simplex clock with convex glass, removed from an operating room, it works! $45
vintage wired light fixture, $65
2 vintage wooden mallets, $15 each
iron sectioned tray (for baking) – This would be great for storing jewelry! $20
3 vintage wire desk baskets (these are not stackable), $10 each
OK…we’ll start with these…I’ve got lots more! Don’t forget to go see all of the goodies at Random! All four of the Stash girls moved great items there and it’s all for sale!
If you need dimensions or additional information, please let me know!
Here’s a great post from Remodelista that will give you some inspiration on how to use vintage objects as art!