Tuesday, November 25, 2014
This week's update will be a bit different in format. Enjoy some sneak peeks of items available this weekend at our open house. Featuring our guest dealer, Carol Misenheimer with her wonderful country antiques and handcrafted items. No measurements, not much description, just some pictures to whet your appetite!
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Log Cabin Country Christmas Open House! Friday, Nov. 28th, Saturday, Nov. 29th, and Sunday, Nov. 30th
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Tuesday, November 18, 2014
small enough to be used by kids as a play table but cute enough to be used as a side or end table. Would also be great atop another table for height building display. Both leaves fold out. This little sweetie measures 22 by 12 and stands 21 inches high. SOLD!
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014
We took a quick picture of our first load of items purchased at the Raceway flea market last Sunday. It's sometimes hard to see exactly what the items are when they are piled in a wagon. Here are two of the top items that day. Underneath were some other finds including galvanized washtubs, an old flax hatchel with handle, and more. The Sealtest ice cream sign is 27 by 51 inches. Embossed and raised letters. The cupboard was a trunk at one time I believe. Then shelves were added to make it a little cupboard, maybe for a garage as it is quite rustic. The cupboard measures 21 inches wide by 49 inches tall and 10 inches deep. Sealtest sign is sold! Cupboard is SOLD!
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Made by Sno-craft co, of Norway, Maine, this lightweight sled would have been used when snowshoeing. Sled folds up tall to carry and then folds down to tow a load of supplies, etc. Wonderful ingenious design and look! All pieces joined are fitted together by pegs. This sled measures 17-1/2 inches wide and 38-1/2 inches tall. SOLD!
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