I'm suppose to be working on orders and all I've done so far is email and check blogs.....I'll have nothing to plant or sell at this rate. Inventory is getting slim and I beginning to panic:))) like I do every year!!!
We then found a dealer that specialized in silver which you may know by now I love anything silver. I know nothing about jewelry which is probably why I stay away from it. Interestingly my grandparents were jewelers back in France and my father was an horloger(a watch maker) by trade. He did many other things after that in his long life but he still always loved tinkering with broken watches. As he got older it was harder for him to work on small pieces so it was mostly larger clocks he tackled. Now a days there are very few people that do that work ....a true lost art!
What I liked about this pieces was that they were lockets and though I had no idea at the time what I would put in them I liked the thought that I would store something precious in them.
Nothing of great value but something that meant something to me.
The dice were bought in Madison Bouckeville and were not at all expensive by any stretch but will always remind me of our trip to Laura's house in the Adirondacks with Paula and Deanna.
We all had so much fun shopping, preparing dinner together and sitting around at night reliving all that we saw and bought...... and yes even passed on.
A great girls weekend that I'll treasure forever.
The rhinestone hat pins were the last thing I bought that day at Brimfield and if I remember right they were pretty reasonable and the little dish was a dollar.
Can't forget the silver mirror for $4 at Madison Bouckeville....Deanna would remember that one....hey and it had a mirror too!