Peeps! I know! The previous installment in my Tuhat-Tori series came out way too long ago. But here’s the third one. At last, some of you may think. So far I’ve covered the furniture section and glassware and now it is time for the main hall booths. Remember, the booths are rented out so the items that are shown here aren’t necessarily found there anymore, however you’re still getting a general idea what’ out there.
Here we go:
I’m still waiting for the big score: A botanical school poster. Or a map of Europe. I once was tempted to buy a rat one for my sister. She’s a musophobic. For my defense, we had a fight going on and I don’t remember for what reason but whatever it was, I’m pretty sure it was all her fault.
I fell in love with this mini suitcase but the seller was asking 25 euros for it, which in itself wasn’t bad had the insides been at least in ok condition. Let me tell you, it was a YuckFest 2013 going on in there.
Another item I loved:
This lot I DID buy. 15 small glass bottles for dontknowwhat- craft. Sadly, they are now in my dad’s basement in Rovaniemi as I couldn’t fit them anywhere in my luggage. On the more positive note, at least I have something to craft with the next time I’m up north.
If you’re wondering that this mirror doesn’t seem very Finnish in style, it’s because the couple who owns Tuhat-Tori, buys estates from Sweden. That’s how the vintage hats end up in here too.
Till next time.