Friday, 26 October 2012

Waterford Antique Market

 Yummy goods from a recent purchase at Waterford Antique Market.

Finally! I got my 'first' large block of French SOAP from 1871 Farmhouse booth at Waterford Antique Market.

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  1. Ahhhhhh.....I want that soap...you lucky girl...was it expensive? I am going to Kim's on the sat......talk to you before then...xoxo

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    1. Hi Chrissy! I was going to e-mail you and ask if/when you were going! I am also going Saturday! EARLY! Hope to see you and meet you in person! Can't wait! I was at Kim's last week I dropped off a couch and got a took a snoop around the barn! YUM! and the soap is $12. and Christine is one of the vendors at Kim's so she will definitely have some there! :)

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  2. Guess I've got to make a trip to Waterford again - first that gorgeous pine table and now this soap (loving the dish you've put it in also).

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    1. Hi Heather! I am SURE I just saw a pic of you in Michelle's album inside her Diamond's & Toads shop!? and YES! this table has caught the eye of several! and a lady is going to see about making the trip from Kitchener to see it. It's 9 feet long and a fair price $775! The last time the vendor had a harvest table it sold in 3 days! I found an 11 foot harvest table that was SOLD in Caledonia and he sold it for $2800.! take care

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  3. Hi, thanks for noting Tattered and Torn in the photos. I had it memorized but by the time I got home and posted them I forgot. I think the other nice lady was Pelican? I am going to try and find a date for the barn sale too. I'm not sure if you are aware, but your commments come through as noreplyblogger.

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    1. Hi Elizbeth! Kim's barn sale is on November 17/18th not far off #6 highway between Caledonia and Hamilton. I shared her link and a couple from other vendors (1871 Farmhouse) & (Daryl McMahon) on my facebook. And actually I believe Pelican is the name of one of the vendors she has at her barn sale as well. and what the heck is noreplyblogger??? :O

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  4. Oh, and Waterford Market is also on my list of must sees. The jars are a favourite of mine and that soap looks wonderful.

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    1. YES You should take a day trip and explore the market. The soaps are GREAT! they are from 1871 Farmhouse and sold there or she has her own lovely shop in St. George and she will also have some at Kim's sale too I'm sure! :)

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