Another great event written in history.
We couldn't have asked for better weather and company at Saturday's "Artful Flea".
Chincoteague Island has so much to offer. The 2nd Saturday Artisans and Farmers Market is a must for anyone local or visiting nearby.
Our welcome/about us table with some cute kitchen wares for sale.
This massive, 1950's "Bill of Fare" sign sold on Saturday. We only had it a short while but really grew to love it for it's unique qualities. From what we could gather about the history, we determined it likely came from a bed and breakfast/ restaurant in the northern U.S near Boston. This was the sign used to display the daily menu, and drink specials available. We sure are happy it found a new great home!
Hettie showing off and explaining the design of her antique chairs. These are from the early to mid 1800's and often referred to as "Federal" style.
Pretty littles on the table.
Hettie, Josh, and McKinley manning the booth and enjoying the shade!
A vintage pasta maker!!! And yes, it works!!
Josh playing around with this gentleman's "cigar box" guitars. He sets up regularly at the artisans market, so stop by to see him and his handmade guitars someday!
A little snap shot of our booth.
Thanks for visiting!!! See ya next time!