It's such a shame people don't have home phones anymore. Sure, mobile ones are very practical and all that, but when do they ever look this cool?
I found the phone at the flea market today, and in my post-champagne party shakiness I didn't even think twice about buying it just because it just looks so wonderful. What makes the phone super special is the text on it, which means "The State's Railways", the company that my mother worked for in the 1970s.
I also bought these two framed pictures, for 3 euros each. They seem really old to me, and I think the frames are made of some kind of paper mass. The portraits are beautiful too. The green glasses are actually mustard containers. My mom told me that back in the good old days mustard was sold in these types of jars, and afterwards the jars were used as drinking glasses. I got all three for 80 cents.
Next, old Georgian tea containers.
And last but not least, this beautiful chair that me and Minni found abandoned at the junk yard.