Wednesday, October 25, 2017

My Booth At The Platte City MO Antique Show

 
Last weekend I was a vendor at the Platte City Antique Show.  It is a great show, I knew because I had done it a number of years ago.  I was thrilled to have an invitation extended to me to participate this year -- we are clearing out merchandise and some of our personal collections.

 I sold this antique oil painting and the stone vase on the right.
I wish I could make a list of the type of items that are selling
right now, but I am always surprised myself.

 I am selling my Chase's Candy Company collection.
This box did not sell, but two antique Chase's plates did.
The great chippy pot and pot holder on the left also sold.

 I think I will have to lower my prices on the transferware
and the 48 star flag.

 Jar, candle holder and walnut trunk they were sitting on, all sold.

 In the past I have done very well with original art work.
Not so much this show.

 Mid-century lamp, toy dresser and vintage chalkboard sold.
I was very surprised to take home the garden bunch,
part of my personal things I am clearing out.

Great garden cart, green cabinet,
and old trunk all sold.
Tune in Friday to see some of the great merch at the show.

Linking up with:
Vintage Charm Party with My Thrift Store Addiction 

3 comments:

  1. Sounds like you had a good show! Loved the little doll dresser; dunno why doll furniture fascinates me like it does! You never know what is going to sell; half the time, what they ask for is still in your booth or in your own kitchen!

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  2. I can see why you sold so much--so many treasures! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. Pinned!

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