God Save the Queen

It was pretty quiet in the shop on Sunday. We were mostly watching the festivities online and celebrating in our own special way (flouncing around with a feather duster and reading the new Mollie Makes! Although, when I looked at their site it would appear that I got my copy of no. 15 before they did. How odd.) Although it was quiet, we had some great customers; of course, all of our customers are great, but we had a young lady who was eager to enter the world of Lomography, so we helped her on her way with a new Diana Mini. We also had a chap buying a birthday present. He settled on a mustard yellow Zatchel - lucky girl!

We had a tweet from a customer, showing us her fabulous camera card, made with our camera stamp!

I promised some pictures of the new vintage items we now have on display.

Chin chin.
More Tea Vicar?

G-plan dressing table in golden oak.

I love the dressing table passionately. I am really torn- if it sells, it means there is a market for mid-century furniture, so we can invest in some more and I can be surrounded by Ercol and Eames all day long... However, if it fails to sell, I can put it in my house and admire it every morning. Whilst admiring myself in it.

I hope you are enjoying the extra long bank holiday and are celebrating however you see fit!