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Nashville Flea Market Shopping March 2013, Part 1

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013
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Good Morning!!!

Lots of window frames, some with glass, some without.

We did our Nashville Flea Market shopping on Friday.

We usually go up on Sunday but the weather didn’t look too promising for the weekend so we went early.

I’m glad we did.

As usual I’m sharing pics of things that caught my eye



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Nashville- Flea- Market -Shopping-Petticoat Junktion

I purchased this antique slate board.

My husband thinks it’s got a little age to it.

The slate is broken but I didn’t care. This is for me.


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Nashville- Flea- Market -Shopping-Petticoat Junktion

I should have purchased this glass light shade, so cute.


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I did buy the child’s table and stool base.


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Nashville- Flea- Market -Shopping-Petticoat Junktion

The rusty green strap hinges are mine Smile


Nashville- Flea- Market -Shopping-Petticoat Junktion

That’s it.

Come back tomorrow to see how Hemp Oil can beautify old wood finishes and painted surfaces too!

I’m starting a paint project tomorrow and also will share more flea market pictures in the next few days.

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10 Responses

  1. Linda says:

    Hey, What you gonna do with the bed springs? I love those. I’ve never been to the Nashville Flea market but want to go! Linda

  2. Melissa says:

    Thanks for taking me home, if not just for a minute. :) Loved seeing the pictures of the flea market. They just don’t have good fleas or thrift stores out here in Kansas, hoping we can get back to TN soon.


  3. Diane says:

    Love the pics, and thanks for making me want everything in them. :) I think you got some really cool pieces, and can’t wait to see what you will do with them. By the way, I went to our local Home Depot and got my paints for the silver paint project. Now I just have to find the right piece for it. So excited. :)

  4. Ellen says:

    Going flea market shopping with you is on my bucket list!

  5. doreen says:

    Looks like a great flea market. I just posted my vintage marketplace findings on my blog, too. Want to come by and take a look? I’d be honored!

  6. […] The earlier pictures are at Nashville Flea Market Shopping March 2013, Part 1. […]

  7. cathy lee says:

    good morning – just found your site on pinterest!!! I am from texas and heading up to the flea market in nashville this month – any suggestions? I am an antique dealer and can’t wait to see what great treasures are up there in Tennessee!!??? Any tips would be appreciated!! Thanks,
    Cathy lee

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