Monday, December 7, 2009

Another Sunday

Another quick walk through the monthly Sunday market in “Piazza Cavour”.
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29 comments:

Per Stromsjo said...

Some intricate wooden dancing going on there. I'll sit this one out, thank you! :)

brattcat said...

Oh, I like going to the market with you. Definitely some treasures to be found.

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Very cool looking old electric fan, I would haggle for that! Not sure about that wooden 'artifact', though.
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tapirgal said...

And which stuff did you take home this time???

Hilda said...

Ooh, well spotted, Mr Poet! These all look like real treasures!

Tash said...

Oh - just a perfect day for a treasure hunt. the old 50's looking fan against the older vintage clock is my fave.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Fantastic and rare Antiques !!Great post !!Unseen Rajasthan

Anzu said...

I like Curio-Markets, too.

Everytime, I can not help exciting
various interesting things are displayed.
(゚.゚*)(*゚.゚)

cieldequimper said...

Your photoreportage on the film is amazing.
After the movies, what could be nicer than walking around the market?

Luis Gomez said...

Great "stuff" at the market. I like the wooden piece.

B SQUARED said...

I think I could spend all day there.

Jacob said...

We held a garage sale in our garage (unusual!) last Friday. A lot of people showed up and bought a bunch of our "stuff" we no longer want or need. But we didn't have any "stuff" like this stuff. You have elegant stuff in Livorno at your Sunday market. I'll bet it costs more than the two dollars I was offered for most everything!

May this week be a delightful experience for you and yours!

Ilse said...

A clock like that in a street market. Here such a handsome clock would be in an antique store on Newbury or Charles Street.

Cezar and Léia said...

That clock is really adorable but the porcelain is my "piece of cake"! :)
Thanks for sharing, I loved it!
Léia

Gunn White said...

Really nice items. I like looking around places like this.
Do you sometimes buy things from this place??

Rob and Mandy said...

Some really nice stuff!

Halcyon said...

Looks like they have some neat stuff! I have one of those wooden things like in the last photo, but mine is camels instead of people.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

That wooden sculpture is very interesting!!!! :-D

The others are nice, too.

Vogon Poet said...

@ tapirgal - I think they hate me because I take a lot of picture and never buy anything!

Stine in Ontario said...

Fun to look at, that's for sure. Did you purchase anything?

Kaori said...

oh your market looks wonderful! although i'm still trying to figure out what that is in your last photo!

Wolynski said...

Your outdoor markets sell the same crap as ours do, but the pottery looks nice. Lovely photos.

Leif Hagen said...

I love walking through markets like that! Some real treasures there!

JM said...

I love this kind of markets. I have a very similar fan from the same period, pretty cool too!

Frank said...

I just know I could spend a lot of time in this market and get in trouble buying, buying, buying.

Steffe said...

I can understand why you didn't buy anything! I do the same thing. Take the photos and run!

Andreea said...

Interesting items. We don't have this kind of markets in Bucharest anymore and that's a pity.

Paula said...

It must be amazing to see all the lovely items for sale as you walk through.

Ellie Vellie said...

I like those little shot glasses. My mom used to have many like that in her cupboard but never used them. I promised to buy myself some only if I will use them. But still havn;t found the perfect set.