Tuesday, June 23, 2015
This Victorian stick and ball style settee is just lovely! Has a few very minor issues due to the fragile nature of wicker. Wooden seat just needs a pretty cushion to complete it. This measures 40 by 20 and stands 38 inches tall. Also available is the small round wicker table sold separately from the settee. It is 21 inches tall and has a diameter of 20 inches.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 6:05 PM
Here's a nice oldie made with square nails and mortise and tenon joins on upper corners. This was intended to hang on a wall, but if you switch out those low handles it could certainly be used on the floor as shown here! Lots of character with a large chew hole in bottom corner! This measures 44 by 13-1/2 and is 45 inches tall. Off white front and sides with natural back and top.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 6:00 PM
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Unfortunately somewhere along the line this was painted red over the green and all the lettering. But it still has a great look and makes a wonderful display for your vintage auto items. This rack measures 21 by 13 and stands 61 inches tall. Sold!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:31 AM
This is very big! Picture is deceiving. This takes up the whole back wall behind my candy counter! I love American flags and love the way this looks in my store.....but it's for sale! Six feet by ten feet! In very good condition SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:29 AM
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
I thought this old industrial kitchen counter had potential, and especially loved the chunky feet. The feet were its best feature! We stripped off old parts, and gave it a really good scrubbing, added a new top, new bottom, and middle shelf. A fresh coat of paint in linen, which is off white. Lots of work, but happy to see it revitalized! This counter could be used in so many ways, a planting bench, workstation, store counter, kitchen island, whatever you need it to be! This measures 74 inches wide, 22-1/2 inches front to back and 35 inches tall. SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 2:02 PM
I bought the wooden crate at an auction and have been looking for a glass bottle to display in it. Found one this morning! The crate pivots to pour out liquid and has spring loaded inserts to keep the bottle tightly in place. The glass bottle is from Pepperell, Mass and is a beautiful shade of blue. The crate with bottle measures approx. 30 inches tall and the base of the crate is 14 by 14 square. SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:53 PM