Guess what??? Sisters' Treasures is on that bandwagon and so am I personally.
Back in the day, when this double wash tub was in use, I'm sure the woman or women who scrubbed their laundry in this never dreamed it would one day be a highly sought after piece of "art" for a garden or a party holding drinks,
When Elaine and I saw this stool at a garage sale on our Sisters' vacation, we both knew we had to have it. The guy who sold it to us said it belonged to the doctor his mother worked for and dates back about mid century. The patina on the legs is one that age created and is nearly impossible to duplicate. Now this stool will make a great seat in a kitchen or a patio bar or who knows??
Metal lawn chairs, motel chairs, 50's patio chairs.. whatever you want to call them, I have a "thing" for them and the old patina is the way I like them.
Wrought iron columns, once a bain of existance to those wanting to update their 50's style homes, now a sought after must have at antique shows. The candlebra is one of two and a fav of mine.
I just love all forms of vintage metal, galvanized, wrought iron, enamel, tin, aluminum and of course the precious metals! What about you?