Rozelle Market is located in Sydney's inner west. I have only been a handful of times as it's quite a trek from where I live. My first couple of visits yielded some of my favourite finds ever including my lovely 2 drawer card catalogue and my beautiful wooden wooden box and vintage fan.
So on my last couple of visits it was with great excitement I set off in hope of finding more items on my wishlist. Alas, I didn't find anything mind-blowing but still came across some cute items...
Eiffel Tower - $2. French text book - $2.
Lovely rusty letter A (my first initial) - $1.
Original oil painting of Lane Cove national park - $5.
Original oil painting of Lake Wanaka in New Zealand - $5.
My husband and I stayed at this lake on our road trip around New Zealand when I was pregnant with H :-)
Fantastic map of the Pacific Ocean floor - $3.
I'm hoping to be able to flatten this for framing, it has fold crease marks - any ideas would be appreciated - cover it with a sheet and iron maybe?
I couldn't resist the steely blue and rust of this old iron - it will make cute decor in our laundry room - $6.
A couple more Aussie story books for the boys' collection - $1 each.
Yes! I have been looking for a slide-viewer for a while now, this one was $8, I love the packaging too!
This map of Sydney's Upper North Shore including the Hawkesbury River region is from the 1970s and cost $1. My hubbie and I got engaged at Cottage Point Inn at the Hawkesbury River back in 2000.
The map is from a newspaper and I just noticed after photographing it that the entertainment section is on the other side, the ads make for great reading and a chuckle, nights out in the seventies were a whole different ball game, definitely deserve a post of their own soon.