This past weekend I went to Oronoco Gold Rush Days. It is an antique show/flea market that takes over the entire town. Oronoco is about an hour south of Minneapolis.
It is a tiny town, and there were vendors tucked into every corner.
Lots of people set up in driveways and front lawns.
I think this is a school. There were vendors set up in the playground, underneath swing sets, everywhere!
The town is very charming.
Lots of pretty glass.
In every color.
Lovely windows and stained glass.
A tent full of gorgeous chandeliers.
This is a claw foot tub made into a lounge chair. So clever.
And what did I buy?
Well, not much. Unfortunately the prices were more antique show than flea market, but I found a few things.
A children's book, Junk Day on Juniper Street. Great graphics. Love the topic.
A couple of silver flatware pieces.
I also found these 2 spool cabinets. They are handmade. I have wanted an antique spool cabinet forever, but they are way out of my budget.
Some like these. Above left can be found HERE, and above right HERE
But, I will work on these a bit, and make them over.
I'll post pictures when I am through with them.
Linked up to Thrifty Treasures, hosted by Southern Hospitality, and to Nifty Thrifty Tuesday, hosted by Coastal Charm.