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Monday, August 17, 2015

What a Journey ~ Treasures

That came home with Me!!!
(Don't forget to click on pics to enlarge them)

This is the front of the box
Now take a look inside ~

I found a red cradle!!!

Does anyone know what the pear shaped piece is?
It's dated  Dec. 27, 1881

My Favorite Find
A Butter Churn!!!
It had the best color and the strapping was leather.

Did I do good ~ See anything you liked???
Any questions about anything???

Thanks Everyone for following along!!!
I hope you enjoyed the Journey!

Until Next Time

Be Inspired

Many Blessings


Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Robin,
Oh my!!!! You certainly found some wonderful treasures!!! So many things I loved!! Those black shoes were amazing!! I especially loved the cradle!! Yes, you did GOOD!! Congratulations on all those fantastic finds!! Now to find the right places for everything!!
Have fun decorating!
Warm Hugs~

Farmhouse prims said...

Hi Robin, Wow, did you ever hit the primitive jackpot. I can't even say what I like the best. I love it all, esp. the hinged cabinet, cabinet with chicken wire, and quilt. I would love to go on tour in your home!!! hugs Lecia

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

WOW! Such a wonderful collection of treasures. Love them all. I'm not sure what your mystery pear shaped item is though..but it certainly is interesting!

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Wow Robin, fabulous finds! Love the tall cabinet and the metal wheel and the old phone and the jar of buttons and .... well all of it! Is the pear shaped item some kind of stretcher? Looks like it opens? Very cool whatever it is ☺ Thanks for sharing all of your treasures!

Jane@Bluebird1959 said...

Hi Robin - you really hit the jackpot on your journey! Some mighty good finds, especially the red cradle and butter churn. Fun! Jane

Earlene L. said...

Very very cool prim goodies Robin!!!!
I have a thing for old fly swatters too. Started collecting them.
Have a great day!

BumbleBeeLane said...

Oh my goodness you found alot! I love the phone candy bottle. The box is wonderful. So wish I was Siri riding along with you..smile.. Amy

Sandi @ The Primitive Skate said...

Lots of treasures you have found....oh my!
Did you get a booth at Water Street Vintage?

Lady Locust said...

I just found you and didn't read every word of each comment, but the 'pear-shaped' thing is for rug hooking. There should be a sharp needle looking thing with a hole in it at the narrow end of the pear (couldn't tell for sure in pix.) I had one similar but not quite as large as that one appears. Where the two pieces of wood meet in the middle should slide back and forth which is the depth of the wool (or yarn or rags - whatever they were using.) Hope that helps.