Saturday, 16 December 2017
A Jaunt up to Leominster
Yesterday, Keith and I decided to have a day out to shake off the winter blues, so we headed for Leominster, which is about 80 miles from here. It takes a couple of hours as the road from Llandovery to Brecon is very bendy and sometimes you get stuck behind someone who is Slow (often an old farmer with a trailer full of sheep going to market). Anyway, I thought you might like to see a few photos. This window display was an excellent one (but they sold nothing we could afford to buy!).
From another shop, a few inside photos. Repurposed Euphonium anyone?
Now, I have one of these slipware dishes, and my price is a lot less than £88!
A nice little primitive Irish child's chair.
Hmmm, despite the asking price we are inclined to think this is a marriage. The seat doesn't have enough wear and the top comb rail looks a bit newish too. . .
Now that's what you CALL a dresser! A great display of things on it too (love the breadboards).
These playful foals are still there. I loved them last year, and still love them, but at £425 they won't be coming home with me, however rare and desirable they are.
A corner of the market.
Finally for today, where we had lunch. We both had cheese and ham toasties, and very tasty they were too. We had a wander round the antiques side of things but not much to tempt us in there.