Neither of these candleholders was in the basement, but they both have wax drips. Do you think the wax drips make the candleholders look dirty? Or does the wax add to the look, making them more interesting, kind of like a patina on a piece of furniture would?
A hotel teapot, HEAVY candlestick, a pewter flask and a rhinestone trimmed clock.
A mini wire basket, silverplate shell dishes and metal cones. I really don't know what the cones are for, maybe baking? I think they'd be pretty filled with little bouquets.
One non- metal find. At first I thought this was part of a Dickens Christmas village, but I looked closer and saw a hanger on the top. It's a birdhouse, and it feels like its made of clay. It also feels like there's something inside it. I'm going to assume it's the remains of a nest and leave it at that.
We're also planning on seeing these:
And we'll be in the Katie audience on Monday.