Needless to say, neither of us left empty-handed. Duane found quite a few CDs and a beautiful piece of Delft china that was not in the usual blue and white color scheme.I was able to feed my enamel addiction with two cooking/serving dishes made in Yugoslavia, the larger one is yellow enamel and the smaller one is blue. I also found a signed print that I was drawn to and continued to stare at so I bought it. It's a monoprint by an artist named Vladimir Strutinsky. I was only able to find out a little bit about him on the Internet. But, that's fine since I did the usual -- I bought it because I liked it. For now, I think I'm going to hang it in the newly decorated guest room. I also found two beautiful English silk pocket squares in fantastic condition along with an old rosary attached to some beads on twine. I may pass this along to a friend who's Catholic.
After this score, Duane and I headed to Starbucks for a light snack and some 'talk' time. Whoever the owners of this house were, they had great taste and we thank them for leaving their 'leftovers' for us.