A Bazaar in Delft

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Last weekend, I spend a splendid time in the street of Delft, where there was a Bazaar for second hand, and handmade items. My type of thing :)

There were beautiful pieces of loved and cherished furniture, accessories, and many many unique, exotic things. In these events you might find unexpectedly  attractive hidden treasures that can be the right addition to your room. Here I would like to share with you some of what I found out there. I hope you will enjoy it as I did.  

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Mirror, Mirror on the wall….

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Hand made by a very proud man, these beautiful stained glass pendant can lighten your window

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Antique table clock, any collector?

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Mix & Match……

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These cooper items might not be used but still can be used as accessories….. and the Second hand tiles….hmmm, any ideas for them? :)

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Traditional drums, in a very good condition.

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How about this tray for Halloween……

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More items….

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2 Comments

  1. i personally loved the red wooden drawer .I think in the middle east most people prefer new and modern furniture and do not appreciate antiques anymore .Its a shame . I would totally use tiles for cup coasters :)

    sura Reply
    • Thanks Sura for your comment, Agreeing with your point about the mentality of people in the Middle East. Personally I loved your suggestion to use the tiles as cup coasters. Keep following my blog :)

      basma alrawi Reply

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