Bank Holiday Monday is always a very busy day at Malvern Flea Market, when the world and his wife comes to peddle their wares. The weather was good - misty to start with, which meant a tiring drive up there, calling on concentration (I did all the driving because of Keith's recent cataract op). Anyway, here are a few photos from the inside stalls.
The trio Vintage Class who sing a repertoire of 40s and 50s music.
Quite the ugliest rocking horse I have ever seen! The maker was obviously not strong on horse anatomy . . .
In the Avon Hall are 8 or 10 huge wall photos of the Malverns area. Here is one of them.
This stall always has interesting stock.
My buying plan was totally different this time as I was looking for period jewellery, about which I know very little, but Tam tells me I bought some nice thing (and none of them were expensive). I love this paste or glass pendant, which Tam thinks dates to about 1900. I will know more when she comes to stay in a couple of weeks' time.