46°f this morning, about 8°C. Cloudy and chilly-damp.
Yesterday was booth work, and we ended the day at WV Artisan Market to listen to a couple young musicians who turned out to be surprisingly good. Very good voices, and wonder of wonders, clear enough to understand all the words--and almost all their material is original. We will be watching for more performances by Dalchord. Here is a clip of one song.
So that was a fun way to unwind. And here is a look at the booths. First is the one closest to home.
I really like these old chairs.
Two Shawnee Pottery "rocking pig" planters.
A wall-mounted coffee grinder.
Going for a springtime vibe here.
I did not see the repair on this lovely lady when I bought her. Her head and upper arm were glued back pretty nicely, but still.
Tbe bottom shelf holds Cat's Meow painted wood pieces. Apparently there are people who collect these. I found these pieces in Amish country and they reflect that area.
And in our booths at Ravenswood, we added this cabinet last week, after I repainted it. We brought in the sausage stuff on the floor in front of it yesterday.
Another one goes on layaway! We have had this in the booth for 2 years and were beginning to consider bringing it home to use in the bedroom, but I am much happier to see it find a home elsewhere.
We have had this kettle a while, and I thought it would sell quickly as it is marked Marietta, Ohio, just up the river.
Two end tables I finished this week. One had flaws on the top that I could not correct, so I priced them low. Under the one on the right is nice copper kettle.
I moved this stand to be more visible. The pictures on the wall above it are handpainted oils. Odd, but maybe someone will like them.