Spring Market in Luckettsville

The Old Lucketts Store had their “Spring Market” recently and although it was mobbed, I was able to get a few shots.

vintage crystal knobs

We have these crystal knobs on several doors and I never get tired of looking at them.

blue metal chair

I love the blue, but these chairs might be a little too shabby chic for me.

bowl of lemons

Lemons or oranges, anyone?

metal watering can

These old metal watering cans look great with peonies or roses in them. I was sorely tempted, but we’re trying to get rid of stuff for the move, so I passed on it.


Somewhere, someone has just the right spot for this.


Such nice light was shining on these pretties.

vintage fabrics

Kinda’ kicking myself now for not stopping here. I love vintage fabrics like these.


Somehow a Roman bust looks out of place in an old wheelbarrow.

More on Friday. . . .


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9 Responses to Spring Market in Luckettsville

  1. My wife is looking for some of those beautiful glass cloches, behind the horse’s head, at the moment. The old ones cost a fortune here.

  2. Caroline says:

    I like those markets, all those incredible things you can find.
    I like those doorknobs a lot.

  3. It’s nice to shop markets like this one. The items seem more unique and not everyone will have the exact same thing from the box store.
    Good luck on your move – are you staying local or leaving the area?

  4. TBM says:

    I love visiting markets and finding treasures. I’m looking forward to more photos.

  5. Cheryl says:

    Absolutely delightful!

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