My wife and ventured out to the fair grounds today to the Tulsa Vintage Show. There were over 250 booths with all kinds of antiques and vintage collectible items.
I was impressed by these miniature books at one booth.
I had never seen so many in one place before.
I came across this antique dollhosue labeled Shoenhut 1915.
It had some furniture and accessories inside. It was a little out of my price range,
but fun to look at.
Then I came across this booth with all kinds of miniatures and dollhouse furniture.
I dug through the bins and found a couple of pieces that I knew I didn't have.
I ended up picking up the Renwall ironing board to put with my tin litho house and a Strombecker walnut magazine table.
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You can see the Strombecker marking under the tabletop.
Here is a picture of the ironing board. It looks great in the house.
To see the rest of my plastic furniture click here
The ironing board has folding legs.
Then we came home and I started experimenting with paint for the stonework on the cabin.