Favorite Item of the Week: French Porcelain Flowers

In our last shipment of architectural salvage from France, we received a few of these glazed porcelain flower pieces.  
Each of these "everlasting bouquets" used to decorate a cemetery plot, some dating back to as long ago as the early 1900's.

Favorite Item of the Week: Vintage Toledo Scale

This week we got in two of these beautiful vintage Toledo Scales. If you didn't want to use these for their intended purpose (deli counter, butcher shop), they would make really cool accent pieces or shelves!

Toledo Scale - Honest Weight!

Favorite Item of the Week: Green Art Deco Corner Tub and Matching Sink

I've often thought about buying a set like this and just storing it in my basement until I can find a bathroom to install it in.  The color is just that beautiful! 
Seafoam Green Deco Corner Tub from Ohmega Salvage
This corner tub is in excellent condition and although it didn't come in as a matched set, we've acquired a wall sink that goes with it perfectly and rumor is that there's a toilet on the way!
Seafoam Green Wall Sink from Ohmega Salvage

Favorite Item of the Week: French Lithograph Stones

 These lithograph stones were used by the Sevres porcelain company in the late 19th and early 20th century to create patterns for their fine porcelain dinnerware. 
French Lithograph Stones from Sevres Porcelain Co.
This is a very fine quality limestone, quarried from ancient stone quarries in either Belgium or Germany. 

Lithograph Stone, detail
Lithograph Stone with circle pattern and monograms
How do people use these stones today?  We have people use them as garden accentts or elements of architectural detail.  We also have artists like bookbinders and printmakers who use them as tools for engraving and leather tooling.  How would you use them?