Saturday, October 18, 2008


The B*E*S*T BUY of the whole Summer!

We got a new GPS and had to try it out today. So we hit a few estate sales. The last one we went to ......it was the last day and everything was 50% off. Not much good stuff left and Pat, my husband said.......did you see those cement things in the backyard? GOOD EYE PAT! No......what are they? Well...........we went out there and here they were just waiting for me. The price for both..............are you ready..............you sure..................$5.00.............so today............they were


$2.50 for BOTH!!!!!!!!!
WOOHOO!!!

Here they are..........they will go in my garden someplace this spring..........but in the mean time......they are tucked away nicely in the garage for winter.....I think they are legs off of a bench at one time........what do you think they are?



6 comments:

The Pink Rose Cottage said...

Oh my! What a price!! WhoooHoooo is right! I think they were a bench too. I've seen similar with cement tops.

And I love GPS too!!! Wish I had it years ago!

(Actually my friend, you have a lot to WhooooHooo about today!!! HAPPY HUGS!!)

ALVN of WhisperWood Cottage said...

That's an insane deal!!! I am thrilled for you! Super find! Isn't that what it's all about?! Thanks for sharing!

Amy

masyg002 said...

hey mom those are definitely to a bench. to bad you got rid of that huge slate that was in the back yard. you know the one that weighed a TON!! ha ha

Jan~Feather Your Nest Antiques said...

What a deal! I agree that they are probably the legs of a bench. Anything cement and old like that always looks so cool in a garden.

The Attic said...

Beautiful! Yes, they are the supports for a cement slab bench. My Mother has a pair in her garden but not as ornate as yours. I have seen them in salvage shops and they run about $125-150 EACH! I would say you got quite the deal there!

The Attic said...

I wanted to add something..if they are level on top, you can add a piece of glass across the top and use these as a display shelf inside your home! I love bringing in vintage garden pieces like these. :)