All that pricing gave me cramps in my shoulder and neck.
I couldnt figure out how to display all the earrings. These christmas trees stood in in a pinch.
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black tshirt – sold.
Sun hat – sold.
it’s a darker burgundy. The week before the sale i actually saw someone at McNally wearing a hat exactly like this. I’m certain it was made in Madagascar. I turned around, followed the lady down the aisle and stopped her to say that i liked her hat and to ask where she had found it and whether it had been expensive. She told me that she had searched everywhere for a hat like this and had found this one at a shop on Corydon. She thought it hadnt been too expensive, she had paid 40$. (!) It’s still available for sale at 15$. 🙂
These aprons are made from strips of lambahoany, which are pieces of brightly coloured cloth that Malagasy women use for, among other things, carrying their babies on their backs, as wrap skirts and sarongs, and strung up as shade for their market stalls.There are three left. But they’re a bit petite.
i think people just didnt see this. if you move the toy in a flat circle the bottom pendulum makes the birds peck at their feed bowl. classic.
Tortoise Shell earrings and pendant – sold.
round shell earrings – sold.
Handbags – Sold.