Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Simply Neutrals Tuesday #20



Hello my dear friends,
for today's Simply Neutrals Tuesday #20 over @ Apple & Apricot I would like to share some treasures I found at the local indoor flea market.  An old mop opera glass from Paris. Swoon:)


Such a lucky find.

Besides the opera glass I found these sweet children shoes.

Maybe for a four year old? Old books and some doilies were among my treasures as well.
At the moment I'm creating all kinds of rosary style links for necklaces and below I share just the neutral ones.


I also would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your heartfelt comments on my last post. They were very much appreciated.
Wishing you all a wonderful rest of the week and as always thank you so much for stopping by.


                                                                     Hugs and love,


12 comments:

Tamara said...

Such wonderful finds.. That looks like mother of pearl on the casing of your opera glasses. How beautiful. And those shoes.. how delightful! Your bead pieces are so pretty. I always look forward to seeing more of your work.

Blessings to you,
Tamara <3

Sugar Lump Studios said...

Oh goodness Marie...these are all such lovely finds. The opera glasses are amazing! The sweet little shoes too! I also love the beads! You always have the most beautiful vintage items and make such lovely art with them too!
Happy Spring!

Nancy

Julia - Vintage with Laces said...

These are wonderful finds, dear Marie. You must have had a great time at the flea market. Have fun with your new treasures! :)
The necklace pieces turned out lovely!
Hugs,
Julia

Sue @ Miss Phoebes Perch said...

Such sweet finds Marie. I love those baby shoes and have a small collection of them. I look forward to seeing your future jewelry creations! Hugs, Sue

Conniecrafter said...

Those glasses are cool, I have never seen any like that. I always love seeing old children's shoes, so glad they have improved over the years thought :)

Dorthe said...

Oh the glasses Marie, you are so lucky to find such a model.
They are stunning,-and love the booties, too,
Your look alike rosaries, are so beautiful, I can`t wait to see how you will use them, dearest friend.
Marie I`m late in writing you, it will be soon :-)
Much love from Dorthe , xx

suziqu's thread works said...

Hello Dear Marie,
Such a long time since we have shared words!
For us both life is very busy at present but so wonderful that you took time for the market and found such wonderful treasures to enjoy and to use in your creations.
Your little rosary type chains are lovely.
Hugs and love for now,
Suzy

Roosterhead Designs said...

Hello to you Marie! I have been away for a bit so am behind in visits.
Your treasures are gorgeous friend!! Those mop glasses are amazing; You must have been thrilled! And the children's shoes make my heart pitter-patter - both finds are so perfectly authentic vintage and beautiful; as are your lovely beads. Thanks for the stroll : )So glad to see your post~ Hugs, Karen O

Lace Age Girl said...

Mare, how lucky to find such gorgeous vintage treasures. I love the children's shoes especially. I've never seen anything like that here in Australia. Your photos are so interesting with their backgrounds and edges. Lovely work :)
Hugs,
Jesse

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Wen Sylvestre said...

Oh my, you have found a beautiful treasure there with the opera glass! It's gorgeous... swoon indeed :) Great finds the other ones too. Thank you for sharing with us, Marie! Sending you hugs, xx

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