Thursday, May 31, 2012

Rusty, Crusty, Chippy

Here are a few rusty, crusty, chippy finds for my sale.  I already have inquiries about the urns, and I'm struggling on letting them all go.



Vintage cherubs in plaster, and metal.












Almost forgot the three tier chippy white stand, and metal wall hanging.







Still contemplating keeping one of the urns.  Can you guess which one?








Gotta get back to work.


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35 comments:

CURIOUS BOYS said...

Hi ROSEMARY . . . We'd WRESTLE you for that AWESOME URN W/ WHITE HANDLES . . . think you should keep THAT ONE !!! TAKE CARE, JOE & GLENN

Amber Lyon Ferguson said...

Amazing finds!

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Great urns...shall we flip a coin?....Can't wait to see the magic you will be performing!

Petite Michelle Louise said...

WHERE do you find all that amaaaazing stuff???

sallie said...

I am guessing that you want to keep the white and rust urn. If you can give it up, please let me know as I would like to buy it for a present to myself. It is wonderful!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I think the one with the white handles too. You always find such great stuff!

Little Miss Maggie said...

Those urns are fabulous. You have such wonderful stuff and I love what you do with it all.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Is it the taller one in the back? That's the one I'd keep. : ) I also love that curlicued stand that the black urn is sitting in.

Susan said...

I am loving those little cherubs! I am guessing your keeping the taller urn.

Anne said...

Rosemary,
Love all of your urns.Especially the one with a bit of chippy paint on it.Keep that one :-)
((((Hugs))))
Anne

Karen said...

Oh Rosemary, if only I lived closer, I would be even more broke LOL.

Laurel@chippingwithcharm said...

You had me at "Rusty, Crusty, Chippy" :) Love those urns...good luck with your sale! Laurel

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Rosemary you hit the jackpot!! I LOVE LOVE that first urn on the left & that pretty plant stand!

All Things Chic 2 said...

Amazing treasures...
Keep at least 1...
You can do it...
Blessings Lori ~

Kelly said...

Gosh....if I only lived closer to you! I LOVE those urns too. Find some more and sell them on your Etsy site! Of course, you'd have to offer special shipping rates to your favorite blog readers too, ya know. ha!

Shanon at Vintage Sparkle Chic said...

Love the urns, Rosemary. I would have a hard time letting them go, too.

~Shanon

Barbara Jean said...

great bunch of treasures there girl hope your sale is wonderful!!

blessings
barb

Kate said...

Love your finds Rosemary and wishing you all the best as you continue to create beauty

xoxo
Kate

pink*cherub*moon said...

Wow Rosemary! You and your husband have been finding some fabulous treasures lately! I love those two cherubs - wish I was close enough to come to your sale! I bet you're thinking about keeping the two handled urn with the most rust and white on the handles - it is my favorite! I have a similar one and love it! Have a great sale! Hugs, Leena

Rhissanna said...

Rosemary! Please take me with you next time you go shopping! I love those urns!

Kim @ La Belle Époque said...

My favorites are the urns and cherubs. You have such a good eye.

Curtains in My Tree said...

GIRL you have the best STUFF LOL

I know you will keep the rusty urn with scrolly handles.
If I lived close I would have to have that little black night stand, just like it is NO gesso on it LOl

do you deliver to Columbia Missouri ???

xoxo

Kris said...

I believe if you decide to keep one it will be the urn with the white handles. Although, I really like the one that looks the same as the one with the white handles. You have some great looking finds!

Olive Cooper said...

I see the Curious Boys would wrestle with you and that is so cute. I love the urns and could not part with them.

Diane said...

I think you are keeping the one with the chipping white paint. Thats the one I would be keeping.
Diane

Pamela said...

Love all of those Rosemary!

A Paris Flea said...

How can you part with any of these things? But alas, I know how this stuff builds up if you don't have a good clear out once in awhile. I'm really liking the statue of the woman. And the white scrolly piece in the back would look right at home in my garden. Thanks for sharing your finds.

Mickie

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Rosemary, It's a good thing I don't live near you or I would always be broke. You always find the best things and I love all the urns.

Debbiedoo's said...

Awesome urns Rosemary. You do find the greatest stuff!

Rooms by Ann said...

you have some really great stuff., love those urns.

The Cottage Market {Andrea} ♥ said...

as always my friend you are simply AMAZING!!! : ) hugs...

Holly said...

I would not want to let any one of those urns go...

FRENCH LAUNDRY said...

Yowza, I'd have a hard time getting rid of any of those delicious urns. I have a feeling several of us would have to rumble over the white handled rusty one though. :-0 Am I right?

Hugs,
Judy

Divine Theatre said...

Rosemary,

I absolutely love this post! I have a dresser in the basement that I now know what colors to paint! I picked up some antique iron urns in Batavia, from Craigslist last week. Wait until you see them! $50 for both! Woohoo! LOL!

xoxo
Andie

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Oh my goodness Rosemary you find the coolest stuff ever!! How fun!!