Recently did a tag sale for a gentleman whose father had been a professional baker. At the end of the day this sifter (above) and dough pull (below) hadn't sold and I decided to buy them before our buyout guy came or they went in the junk heap. Cleaning them without a power washer was no small task but I intended them for jewelry the moment I bought them, so I got it done in the tub. I may or may not hang the sifter on the wall - I want everything to stay accessible and some of these earrings have backs. These aren't all of my earrings, naturally. All of the clip-ons, studs, and gold are in a drawer a few pictures down.
Another lady bought the wire whip mixer attachment to turn into a light fixture. How great is that? This dough hook seemed really natural and obvious as a bangle holder and I may store some of my taller hat pins in the hole.
Here are the earrings and rings in drawers. I may do something else with the rings at some point but this keeps most of them corralled in one place for the time being. I keep some of my jewelry (especially gold and pearls and such inherited/gifted from family) in their original boxes.
This is my solution for delicate/thin bracelets that are too hard to see in the storage bins. They're wall mountable, too.
Feels good to get (most of) this monster under control. Where does it all come from? Everywhere and anywhere, especially estate sales. Almost all vintage. :)
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