This little lot (not including the tables) set me back a whole £6. The seller would not haggle at all, but I think it was well worth it as there are some lovely pieces in there and I ended up paying about 30p an item, which isn't bad. My favourites are the Limoges plate, the incredibly heavy brass lantern, and the textured green and white pitcher at the back.
This second lot came from two different stalls. The Zombie Christ set me back £2, but I had to have it. I'm always a sucker for dishes and the pattern on these reminded me of some of our old Corningware dishes.
The brass eagle was 50p at one stall, and the zombie Jeeb seller gave me the "diamonds & gems" for free! They came in a plastic box, but I thought they looked nicer in the jars. The rest of the items were part of a bag of bits. I only wanted the little wally dogs, but the seller wouldn't split the lot. I got the bundle cheaply enough and I'll have a use for all of it eventually. The pots and the little wooden blocks are especially nice.
|Southern Gothic Eulalie|
Eulalie is the first horse I grabbed and I just absolutely adore her. She's a fjord-cross with added feathers, soft dapples, and frosting in her mane and tail. The second picture is a more accurate representation of her colour.
|Farfrae Cœur de Lion|
I'm not really a foal person, but I thought this flaming chestnut Yearling was too pretty to pass up. He fits in nicely with my chestnut Arabian family; he looks like a lighter version of my stallion, Pax Romana.
I love the cranky Child's Jumping pony and black horses, so this one was a perfect combination for me.
Naturally I also brought home a mess of pets.
|Mrs. Saburralis (sandy), Lady Oculus Malus (evil eye), Marchioness Porrigo (strech)|
At first I behaved myself and only took two so as to leave some for others, but later in the day I went back and saw that there was a stretchy hen, among several other pecking hens left over, so I didn't feel bad about completing my trio.
|Chairman Amoris Cinere (ashes of love), Mr. Sollicitus (worries), President Nequa Atramento (ink blot)|
|Rita and Runt|
|Heliotrope, Pasque, Nuzleaf|
|Fortinbras & Bilbo|
Bilbo is the new Terrier Cross mold. It was created for a special order back in Dec. 2018, but this was its debut as a spare. It's really a cute little mold and looks sweet in rough and smooth coat.
|Orla & Hogmany|
|The Rainbow Connection|
|Arthur & Passepartout|
During lunch the show rings were used as sales tables and these vintage guys somehow ended up coming home with me. I can never resist a pet, and the child had such a lovely face. Sanskrit kept giving me the puppydog eyes and I do like the leggy TB, even if he is a bit rough. My other vintage Thoroughbred is a lovely flaxen chestnut roan, but he currently lives in the hospital barn as several of his legs have fallen off. They'll make a nice pair one day, though.
|A mess o' pets|
|A small herd|
Now I've just got to find a moment to unpack!