The wide hoe head was found at a garage sale, seen here cleaned up and oiled. The fork head (seen above) and crow bar were rusty dirt covered finds from across the street, shown after a good cleaning, rubbing with steel wool and then clear oil.
I could not resist the horse harness, age and patina against the galvanized pan. DGS brought the pink apple blossom home (it was on the ground he said) found on his walk home from school.
Oh, this horse ended bar with big hooks fascinated me. DH attached it to an old fence board. It may have been for horse bridle storage in a barn, maybe. I think it would look great in an entry with a horse theme.
Useful little expresso maker and gemini bell. I added another oil can to my collection and found two shiny copper/brass containers.
Vintage hangers, Willow Tree angels, a square vintage tobacco jar, a juice pitcher from the 1950's plus a red stoneware casserole and Peter Rabbit plate backed by my washboard which is a find from some time ago that I like using for backgrounds.
Some of yesterday's finds are below.
The rusty sun is a happy find as is the globe and the brass penguin and the black metal ARMILLARY - thank you Marigene of In The Middle of Nowhere for naming the black spheres with an arrow.
The flower decorated white metal framed ornamental bike, the potpourri white wire chicken and the brown potpourri basket are great spring and summer porch decorations.
Lucky to find a church sale, a Cancer fund raiser parking lot sale and a fund raiser for rescue dogs sale yesterday. Other finds were an Adams ironstone bowl, brass candle holders, copper bowl with brass handles and an early Dick and Jane reader, lovely treasures.
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