Just to prove those wretched lights on the A40 are ALWAYS on red for us, here is the evidence!
On the road - heading towards the Sugar Loaf.
Not that I'd have wanted to buy them, but these dragons were a . . . statement piece.
These photos are largely things which I would love to buy for myself. This Celadon dish was so pretty.
A sad little nighty case . . .
The little jug on the left, although the one beside it was lovely too. Cheaper on Fleabay.
I am a sucker for thatched cottage pictures but no way was this one worth £38! The horse picture on the left also attracted me (£25 ditto). The stall holder approached me after I had taken these photos and said I should have asked permission to take the photograph as it was known that some people came round and took photos to "case the joint" and come back later and knick stuff. Looking at what he had on his stall I thought "Well love, if that's what I was doing, I wouldn't have bothered here!!!"
These two lovely pieces outside took my eye, especially the one on the left which was Belgian.
A nice little Continental spinning wheel. I have a soft spot for them and currently own four, though in my defence, three are for sale.
I don't care for the colour-way, but a nicely made old Carmarthenshire quilt which dates from 1909. I thought £250 a little steep though.
I just LOVED this Chinese piece (on later stand).
Beautifully painted top, using Elm.
This early Walnut chest of drawers was beautiful too.
Colourful modern Tiffany style lamps always look pretty. I liked the Dragonfly one on the left.
What a poppet.
A teddy bear's picnic in one of the sheds . . .
Taken from the balcony, an interesting corner with some gorgeous Winstanley cats. I'd love to collect those.
A bevy of Hares. I think I took photos of this stall last time too.
This stall with the hessian walls had the most lovely (to our eyes) pieces of country furniture - primitive stools, a lovely Windsor chair, spoon racks, candle boxes, salt boxes, samplers, what looks like a bushel measure. LOVELY. Us exactly.
Another lovely quilt, in a delicious Log Cabin design.
Finally, what my dear husband would have liked to have brought home - one of a pair of cannon trolleys (is there a more technical name?) He'd have liked them complete with cannons though. Repel all raiders!