Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Loaded up with wonderful travel decals including the passenger's name and address out of New Jersey. She has a sticker for the Drottningholm. This ship was used during WWI as a transport ship and was sold in 1920 to Swedish American Liners. The top of the suitcase has become detached from the bottom, but a lovely display piece! SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:55 PM
As most of you know, I just love scales of all sizes, styles, and shapes! This one is patent dated late 1890's. Most likely used in a pharmacy. Measures 11-1/2 by 5 inches and stands 6-1/2 inches tall. No breaks in glass. Has both little scale pans too! SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:46 PM
Bought these for Bettie B's display and they didn't sell! They were one of my favorite finds for the camper. Well, now they will be available in the store. Great display, or they could still be used for fishing! One is 28 inches long and the other is 24 inches. Smaller one is SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:41 PM
For all you painters and crafters! Wooden arrows would be perfect repainted as a sign. Just imagine the cool directional signs you could make. I have 12, $1.00 each. They have one smooth side and one side with design. Even those would be pretty painted up. They measure 13 inches long, and are 3 inches wide. Seven left!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 1:39 PM
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Love this ranch sign. I wanted to hang it at the entrance to my driveway, but figured I would sell it instead! Sign is wooden and measures 38 by 8 inches. Horseshoe door knocker is handcrafted!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 10:39 AM
Monday, June 10, 2013
Fixer upper in good neighborhood. Three bedroom large home, just waiting for a family. LR, DR, Kitchen on lower level. Nice porch area on side for grilling. Just waiting for your cosmetic touches and TLC. Priced to move! Dollhouse base is 44-1/2 inches by 24 inches. Stands 3 feet tall to chimney. Walls are not attached permanently, which makes for easier wallpapering or paint. Comes with basket of chunky wooden furniture, perfect for little hands. Nice and sturdy. Well built and heavy!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 7:32 PM
I had to have this after I saw it came from a baking company in New Haven, CT, where I was born! Teacher asks the student where do Yale Toast Biscuits come from, and the student writes on chalkboard From the Frank Goetz baking company, New Haven, CT. Nice and clean inside. Label on front only, and another small one on side. Measures 21-1/2 by 13-3/4 and stands 12-1/2 inches tall. SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 7:26 PM
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Many of you who follow my store on facebook have seen posts about our little vintage camper, a circa 1962 BeeLine, we have named her Bettie B. Lyn Kells and I are taking her to The Vintage Bazaar in Salisbury on June 22nd and 23rd. She will be surrounded by camp goods that we will be selling. A week or so ago, my husband found a second little camper. This one is a 1968 Shasta, (we think!) Once we are done fixing up Bettie inside and making her pretty, we plan to get started on a makeover for this newest one. We think we will call her Brigitte. She is pretty manly right now with dark greens and browns, but we want to give her a makeover. Anyway, the kids were having a campfire tonight and she looked like she was at a campsite, so I had to take a few pictures and share!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 10:21 PM