I was in Kentucky last month, and while my mom went to an appointment, I speed-shopped the Somewhere in Time Antiques Mall along Highway 31W in Radcliff, Kentucky. It was super duper fun — there was lots to ogle, from all eras, at generally terrific prices. Click on through for 52 more photos from my photo shoot.
Alas, the orange and yellow 1960s mirror — highly lacquered, on wood, Made in Japan — was too pricey for my whims that particular day. As I recall, around $95. This seller had great stuff, but I tend to think, outpriced for the market.
Moreover, look at the base… What a great cake plate — so tempting!
I really like — and recommend — mirrors that have odd shapes. These add even more visual interest to something with great utility. A mirror like this can go right next to the front door, or whatever door you use frequently to check your appearance before you go out.
There was also a large case of little glass hens… like the ones I featured at Christmas time by Mosser Glass.