From the top: That pink sewing machine was SO cute! I have no idea whether or not it works, but I'd love to have it just because it's so darn pretty. Next is a man's razor. Seriously, what does a man need such a fancy, rhinestone-encrusted razor for? It even had a satin-lined case! I'm a woman and I don't even have anything that fancy! The hat in the third picture was super pretty. As a matter of fact, all the hats were pretty! I found a beautiful wool fedora with a bow on the side in the tiniest houndstooth pattern, and I just knew I'd buy it seeing as how all hats were 50% off, but it as to small. I don't have a big head, so I'm guessing it was made for a child. What a shame, it was so pretty. Below the hat is a pair of hand carved shoes. Really pretty and really pricey. Dad and Tricia later saw a pair selling for $450! Then there's me playing Napoleon. Pretty intimidating, huh? Since my dad can't read anything that isn't held 6 feet away, I saw that giant magnifying glass (so big the base sits on the floor) and told him his troubles were over! Last is my dad and I, but I like to call him pop. I love him SO much!
When you go antiquing, do you look for anything in particular or do you just like to look? Do you have any vintage or antique collections?