Weekend Antique Finds

  1. Kim says:

    Hey ladies!! I live near Indy and was super curious what flea market this was, and if it’s one I’ve been to. I love going to those places too! Looks like you scored! ????

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      This was Emporium Beech Grove. There is a lot of junky booths but as you can tell, if you dig a little, you can find some great items.

  2. Lisa T says:

    Hi Deb and Danelle!

    I live on the SE side of Indy and I would love to know which indoor flea market you went to (I didn’t recognize it in your stories).

    Thank You,
    Lisa T.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Oh yes.. it was Emporium Beech Grove. It is a little janky here and there but you can find some great items.

  3. Crystal Brown says:

    Love that your daughter chose getting out of the house! Those candlesticks will look soo good stripped. I used oven cleaner a couple of years ago to strip my antique commode, it beats the hell out of the weak latest generation strippers. Excited to see how your candlesticks come out. Babies are wonderful!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Oh yay… thank you. I can’t wait to try it. And yes they are. I get to see him again this week.

  4. Sharrie says:

    I found the same “watering can” at an estate sale. But it’s not a watering can; it’s a car radiator water refilling can. My mom says she remembers them at the gas stations as a young girl. Looking at it now, I see it doesn’t have the typical shower and spray head for a flower watering can. But it is really cool.

    I can’t tell by the posted photos, but does it have a handle placed very low on the opposite side of the spout? I know this will make it easy to pick up to and to tilt for watering plants.

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