Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Unique little metal framed goat cart with wooden seat and foot rest. The wheels are not original to the cart. This also comes with a bin of harnesses, including this adorable goat collar. I would love to put Junior to work, but he's really too much of a diva to do any manual labor! SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:00 AM
I love the way these look in my store, and they make a great display. This one is in excellent condition with no broken slats. I believe it came from a shoe factory in Exeter, NH. There are some graphics on both side slats, which is hard to read, but I think it may say heels? SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 10:55 AM
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
I seriously considered turning this into some kind of Halloween cabinet, but then decided maybe the new owner would rather give it the finishing touches. I'm not sure what it was originally intended for. Top section has two doors and there are shelf brackets there to hold some type of narrow shelf. Bottom has two drawers which are dovetailed. It's hard to see the dovetail detail under the black paint, but there are wide dovetails. Someone hand painted the eagles, but it was not done recently. Nice little cabinet with storage capabilities. Measures 36 inches wide by 19 inches deep and stands 29 inches tall. both sides have some veneer damage at base.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 5:58 PM
Used by taxidermists under the deer hide to form a wall mount. They now use Styrofoam forms, so these are the vintage style made of wood and paper mache. I love the look! One has glass eyes! This is my kind of stuff, a little weird and creepy! There are two! sOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 5:53 PM
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Having a little fun on my facebook page with an online auction for this cool old drawer front. I was afraid this would be one of those pieces that several people might want. So, I decided to run a little auction and it will go to the highest bidder. The auction ends tomorrow (Thursday, August 14th) at 9 a.m. See my page for more details!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 8:52 AM
Monday, August 4, 2014
I just said to my husband, we haven't had an old cook stove for a while, and then along comes this one! I love having these in the store, and they make wonderful displays for a store or restaurant. This one needs some minor repairs, the left side has a piece missing from the base. We have the piece but it had been broken off. Also, the front nickel piece of trim is cracked. Some of the knobs are missing their ornamental hanging pieces, but all in all, it's a cute little stove and still shows nicely with things displayed atop it! This is on the smaller side, and measures 3 feet wide and 28 inches front to back and stands 53 inches tall to top of display shelf. This was made in Salmon Falls, NH by the Standard Range Co.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 8:42 PM