Or these vintage sea creature prints for $20 a piece.
Russell Wright pitcher for $35.
Look, the work is already done for you - $35 a piece.
The place is full of character. I don't think you need to be worried that the floors are patched with odd pieces of metal. I don't think you do. I don't.
There are some booths I just like the look of every time I'm there.
I keep going back to one dealer who had this great "Eames era" planter which was basically a metal cone that set in a tripod base. Which would have made the most amazing outdoor cooler for wine. Ok, here's the punch line. It was $85 and I just thought it was a smidge too high. I know, sometimes you make a bad call. I even went back again and it was there. Didn't buy it. A week later when I couldn't stop thinking about it I went back. Gone.
So now I go back to the same booth every time. Do I really think it's possible that he'll have another one? No. But he might.
But treasures abound if you are patient.