First the jewellery, all for £10:
All of it together
Orange beaded earrings
Red beaded earrings
Red screw back earrings
Modern but excellent repro carved plastic bracelet
Peachy pink beaded interspersed with gold
Big, bright green earrings
A lovely little ceramic brooch
Amber glass, sadly one tiny stone missing but still gorgeous.
What I think is a very old plastic brooch
enamel and diamante anchor brooch, I thought this was 70's at first but I think it might be much earlier
At the next stall I found this fantastic H&M umbrella print mackintosh, with a hood! Perfect for this warm but rainy British Summer, they also had a crochet book I've had my eye on for a while for the bargain price of £1!
I also grabbed some make up. I'm fairly sure the MAC is fake - the product itself is the right colour and texture but the packaging, despite being identical to my current MAC blushes, just feels...I don't know, lighter and less expensive. It could be my perception however. Still, I love the blush - Frankly Scarlet - a rich slightly blue based red, perfect for wearing with red lipsticks (I'm trying to do that late 30s thing of matching the tone of your blush to your lips) I also grabbed two Sleek eyeshadow palettes - one of gorgeous muted pinks and browns for vintage looks and one of bright tropical colours just for fun, as well as their flamingo pink blush (much brighter than the picture suggests).
I think it might be late 60's / 70's. What do you reckon? Real china (one piece slightly chipped but I got money knocked off for that). Silver spoons and a cheeseknife, two fabric lined tins, cups, bottles and two Thermos flasks. It all has a slightly unused smell, not bad, just old. Any tips for de mustifying the thing ready for use?