Thursday, July 30, 2009
This wooden milk bottle carrier has a beautiful patina. One of the little wooden slats must have broken long ago, so someone twisted a thick piece of wire to make a new divider. I just love the way they used to repair things, nothing went to waste!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:21 PM
All the work has been done! Ready to display. This can hang on the wall or sit on a table. Very cute three story box of country rooms. Plexiglass slides up and out to gain access to rooms. Measures 23-3/4 inches tall, 12 inches wide and only 4-3/4 inches deep, won't take up too much space!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:05 PM
I had an old door in the store practically since I opened. It held all these kitchen items. The other day it sold, and I wondered where I could display everything now. I remembered this great screen door in my garage. Now the kitchen stuff has a new home!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 12:58 PM
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Thursday, July 16, 2009
When we bought the land to build our log cabin, the whole field was just full of wildflowers. Now, we have just a few left along the edges of the property. I love to see the black eyed Susan's this time of year, and especially in a mason jar!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 2:56 PM
I loved the birds in the print, but when my friend saw the frame, she loved the frame, and said she would take the bird print out. It's funny how two people can have such a different opinion of something. The frame measures approx. 27-1/2 inches by 24 inches.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:48 PM
This almost makes me want to be a vegetarian! Used to catch chicken heads at slaughter time. Someone please come and take this away!! I didn't buy it, a friend left it on my front porch. Apparently, he thought I would like it!
SOLD! (thank goodness!)
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:46 PM
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Since it was raining yesterday, I decided to visit one of my favorite country stores, Fiddlesticks in Hampton Falls. They have wonderful things, and the barn it is located in is lovely with lots of character. They had a string of lights with some of the lights hooked into Mason jars. I thought it looked so pretty, and I have dozens of Mason jars. So, I "borrowed" their idea and made one for myself!
Thursday, July 2, 2009
We are surrounded by water! Don't tell Kate I borrowed her pink wellies to get out here this morning!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:19 PM
These are two Table Talk pie boxes, one stacked atop the other. They are missing some of their slats, but I like the way they work as little bookcases almost. I have my sewing misc. displayed in them. Nice dovetailed corners, and some advertising on sides.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:07 PM