Check them out.
I've been loving horse heads. I found the clear glass one. I bought the book for its zebra cover.
The series of women's faces are copies of Piero Fornasetti pieces made into paper weights.
If you missed my post on Fornasetti, go here.
I always buy orbs when I see them. These mottled brown orbs are exceptionally nice. Again books bought for their chevron and snakeskin covers. The striped pillow is made from a feed sack. The wall sconces are new and electrified. I could see them painted hot pink or turquoise.
The planter is mid century modern. What a fabulous imprinted border. This would work well for holding magazines as well as plants. The framed botanicals are original hand-colored book plates.
Another horse head. You may have already seen the horse head in a previous post. I used it as a book end with some covered books. If you missed that post, go here.
I was excited to find the tortoise shells. I'm trying to figure out how to hang them on a wall.
Any ideas ?
The four small squares are vintage geometric-patterned coasters. The snakeskin print scarf is vintage as is the snakeskin blotter. I think I may use the blotter in my kitchen, almost as a tray. I think it will look good with my snakeskin fabric back splash. To see the back splash, go here.
My last find is the orb finial--I have a pair of them.
I've seen books tied with twine, but I really like the use of an old leather belt too. You could also use a silver or sequined belt for some bling.
The old lab bottle had its label, but not its stopper. I added some feathers to fill the space.
I hope I've given you some ideas for your next vintage shopping trip.
Please share your haute finds.