Today I went to the Sutton Antique Fair. Although it is in it's 5Th year it was my first time to go. It will not be my last!
I took the back roads and it was a lovely drive. I passed through Sterling which was having their town wide yard sale. I was in a hurry but something made me turn around and check the table set up on the common. It was your basic yard sale, coffee mugs,mismatched dishes, Christmas ornaments. Then I spotted this large wooden bowl. As I inquired the price I saw six pewter goblets. I just love them and at 6.25 for all it was worth the stop.
Back on the road again. I had never been to Sutton before but enjoyed the ride there . I saw many pretty homes along the way and spotted tree's just starting to turn.
Fall is in the air. I pulled on my jean jacket as I got out of the car. First time I have needed it .
The common was beautiful and the booths were wonderful.
I ran into a few old friends and made some new ones.
These are the treasures I came home with.
I spent a WHOLE LOT MORE than I did at that yard sale ,however I am very happy with what I found.
I have never seen such a small jug like this one. The bottom is signed and dated. On the front is a 2, R R Norton & co, worcestor Mass
I love the finish on the stool and the little draw in front.
The red ware piece is a Turtle creek piece, better known as David T. Smith.
If you ever get a chance to go to this show , my thoughts are you should!!
Hope you enjoyed your Saturday.