Yesterday my husband, daughter and I enjoyed the afternoon flea marketing.
I found this planter and after getting it home and cleaned up I saw that it is a Anchor Hocking Fire King piece from the 1940-1960’s.
It has been repurposed and is no longer a planter but a napkin holder.
This little planter caught my eye too. I like the floral print on it. It is a FTDA ceramic planter from 1986.
After taking the handles off of the planter, I added ribbon to cover the holes. Then I planted a philodendron cutting from last autumn.
The plant will need a stake for support, so to begin with I used a large plastic knitting needle that I had and don’t use. I added a few marbles on top of the soil too.
I like to find broaches to use on tote bags and hand bags. This little beauty caught my eye yesterday. It is MFA yellow/green enamel, gold plated daffodil pin. I searched online for a date but could only find it as “rare” and have seen dollar signs from $25 – $70 on pins just like it with the same marking.
Those are my treasure finds this week from a beautiful sunset to a beautiful pin.