3 more lots.

Yay for getting rid of stuff and regaining my sanity! It's like showering after crawling through a jungle for days or something.
Just so y'all know, Black Lot 1 from last post is still available. Here's three more, click for bigs.

BLACK LOT 2---------- $55    SOLD

On the left you see a ceramic raku chest piece made by wonderousstrange.
It's on a section of thick leather that would work for a cuff. There's some woven leather behind that but I recommend cutting the closer end off and making another end for it, that one's a glue-y mess. At the back is an oxidized cuff blank.

At the bottom you see those tilted findings with hammered brass? I was making earrings and then... Maybe if I cut the wire emerging from the higher side of the finding... There's also star and moon ear studs with loops at the bottom back to connect the rest of the earring to.

Pretty book chain. Lightly dapped scrap tin necklace base, amber nugget, cast bronze drawer hardware from Uruguay. To the right of it is a strange triangular big rhinestone. To the right of that is an odd Uruguayan bit of something. Open at one end, hollow and pierced through the middle. Upper right is an archeological find.

Scrap silk and this crazy eye piece with a 3D eye hologram inside which you can't see at all but is creepy realistic. Below on the right is a cool paisley piece with lots of holes. On the other side, vintage African Bone bead and double link silver colored chain. Also black bicycle chain.

Microscope slides with frosted end. Teeny nailheads. Two star cookie cutters with holes at all the angles, this one already wired to connect. An octagonal coin from Chile.

WHITE LOT 1 --------$54        SOLD

This one is packed with earring bead pairs which I've put on memory wire just to keep the pairs together. Also a big flourish stamp idk.

Tons of pearls. Including two pairs of spun cotton pearls, which are actually quite valuable. I think the bone tabs look better on the plain side. Bone screw clasp.

Antique enamel plaque from Uruguay, a bunch of laundry pins. Brooch with missing stones.

Moose tooth? Buffalo tooth? Huge faceted rose quartz, clay pipe piece from the Thames probably, 2 iridescent shells... banana fiber yarn. Mala 'mother' bead.  A big nut, that 'vegetable ivory' for carving.
A Strand of coco wood heishi and findings. Vintage celluloid floral wreath with rhinestones. In there is another faux pearl, nut and lucite. The long thing is a clay pipe stem. Vintage millinerym huge cast bronze chain section, oversized rhinestone... what do they call those? Ravioli?
Watch frame that could hold a big cab for a bracelet. Ceramic flower cab. Broken beach stone you might be able to do something with, two long mystery sticks with not the same number of holes on either side (?!?!?!) A mini plastic figure, Uruguay coin, mountain lion claw, huge mop button.

WHITE LOT 2-----$59

I feel like I described the first white lot enough so that I don't have to describe this one.

Antique pig comb.

Tube beads by Golem Studios.

Any time I try to write "destash lot" it autocorrects to "death lots". Which sounds much more dangerous.

Two thin bone pieces from a decorative antique folding fan. Little coke bottle.

Etcetera. Which means "and the leftovers" in Latin.
Niece and nephew coming in and I have them to myself tomorrow. Were going to do this:
3 Ways to Play:  Apple Crumble Dough, Apple Gak, and Apple Oobleck! from Fun at Home with Kids3 Ways to Play:  Apple Crumble Dough, Apple Gak, and Apple Oobleck! from Fun at Home with Kids
Because I'm the aunt with the activities. Last time I visited we made bottled nebulas.

1 comment:

Emmanuelle said...

White lot 1 for me pretty please!