Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Wooden cart was a store display

I was told this was used in the 1950's in a store at Christmas time to display toys for sale. Sweet wooden wagon has wooden wheels and measures 36 by 18-1/2 by 18-1/2 inches. So much cuter in person!

Boxes, boxes, boxes

First photo is a Cott beverage crate and measures 17 by 12 by 12. Atlas powder box is 17-1/2 by 11-1/4 and 8-1/4 inches tall. Nice explosive crate! Second photo is a long rectangular unmarked box with finger joined corners and this measures 24 by 6-1/2 by 5-1/2. Third photo is the Briggs Maroney box. Nice Native American graphic. This measures 19 by 13-1/2 by 9 and the last photo is a small shank box. this measures 12-1/2 by 8 by 6 inches. ALL BOXES EXCEPT SHANK BOX ARE SOLD!

Cast iron candleabra

Great gothic look! This was at my Halloween open house, but I don't think many people even saw it. This has five candleholders and would be perfect for your Halloween party!

Two radio flyer wagons!

Choose your size! Large and medium! Ready to tote your hay bales, mums, and pumpkins! Look great at holiday time too with greens on the porch! SMALLER WAGON IS SOLD!

Old school desk with metal legs

Someone asked me for a school desk, and I can't remember who, but I have one! Sturdy metal legs and wooden top with inkwell holder. This desk measures 26 by 20 and stands31 inches tall.

Wooden swan sign in metal hoop

Someone put these two together to make a unique wall sign. Best displayed against a flat surface, as the swan will pivot if not flat on wall! This metal hoop is 25 inches in diameter.

Metal store rack held Kool Aid products!

This rack's shelves will fold up flat for ease of carrying. This was made in the USA. Store rack held Kool Aid products. This would be great at a show, or in a garage to hold automotive collectables. This is about four feet tall and approx. two feet wide. Forgot to measure this!

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Happy 9th Anniversary Log Cabin Antiques!

Hard to believe my little store has been open for 9 years. We opened in 2006 in one room and then added on two more rooms. We are so happy to have Carol Misenheimer joining us once again as our guest dealer for this Halloween/anniversary open house. Carol has wonderful primitives, handcrafts and has brought some more of her own homegrown Sweet Annie bunches! Hours are: Thursday through Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 12-5. Refreshments! Free Raffle! Sale! Put on some boots and a raincoat and come join us in celebrating! NO HOLDS PLEASE THIS WEEK ONLY!

Amusement park coffin, skeleton not included!

Totes, and bowls and baby shoes!

A new supply of Sweet Annie! Cute little child's chair, and amazing old door panel with herbs!

Primitive tote, two shelf old cupboard, and awesome soap display wall hanging!