Sunday, April 18, 2010

Our Garage Sale Treasure

Hubby & I enjoy our saturday morning outing to garage sales. It is "our time" and feel like we are on a treasure hunt every saturday morning. Last weekend was our first day out to garage sale this year. We didn't find alot this time, but did score this antique wood carved beveled mirror for a whole $2 dollars!




I didn't need another mirror, but hey I couldn't pass it up for $2 now could I?! So I found the perfect place for it. Guess where it is??
Any guesses??
Ok, I'll tell ya...................................................
...it's on ebay. I figure I might as well let someone else have this great mirror since I didn't have a place for it and make some money for more garage saleing!

To check out what other bloggers found out garage saleing head on over to Rhoda's Southern Hospitality blog.

7 comments:

Kate @ The Gaines Gang said...

WOW! That is an unreal price for such a fabulous mirror!

Great find!

Leslie, the Home Maker said...

Oh! She is very pretty!
I hope you make lots of money from her sale, and can go on many more dates with your sweetie with the $!
My hubby and I have yard sale dates, too, LOL!
He's looking for after the gadgets, books and tools, I am after the linens, decor and clothes!
I also sell on eBay and etsy- just don't have anything up right now- I have a closet full to sell, if I could get off the blogs and go take pictures and list them--ugh.
SO fun seeing what everyone else around the country finds!
Have a blessed day making your home!

Anonymous said...

I bought one at an Antique shop a few years ago very similar to that and i paid 90 bucks...so that was a steal, so pretty I love it !!!

Kathy :)

Sandy@Life Began In A Garden said...

A very nice piece! I'm looking for something similar, big but not too big, ornate, but not too ornate...you know, perfect!

Tina said...

That mirror is a stunner and a grand find.
I'm off to ebay
T

Sherrie said...

That is exactly what I would have done. Great find.

Roseanna said...

Love the mirror! Great find...I notice in the background you have a pedestal table and chairs exactly like mine. Our table has been in my husband's family 100+ years and he refinished it. The chairs are from restoration hardware in of white micro suede. I love the combination of the old and the (comfortable) new. Am I correct are they similar?

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