Next we stopped by at an estate sale! To see what Molly bought, visit her blog at Molly Makes Do. There were so many wonderful antiques and prims there, I didn't know what to look at first. I did purchase this sweet, old, oak potato bin.
Here is a picture of it next to my hoosier cabinet that my hubby restored (it was originally from his family but was in the barn in pieces when he started re-doing it). My daughter said it looks like they were always meant to be together!
I also purchased the little, oak, Bible box (complete with Bible from the early 1800's) that is sitting on top of the bin.
The last two items I bought were a little cut-glass deviled egg plate (yep, 30 years of marriage and I never had one - up until now just watched those little devils slide across the plates) and a cut-glass cruet set. It is not very ornate and that's just how I like it. It has 4 cruets: salt, pepper, vinegar, and one that I put sugar in, but I am wondering if it is for mustard? Any one have any ideas?
Of course, there has to be a "cat" thingy in all this ... notice the kitty treats jar? I found that at a local consignment store recently! Well, that is my show and tell today. Hope you all have a great stitching and kitty hugging day!