of firsthand observation or to gain firsthand
We did just that, we went antiquing to further
our interest, and of course (with some luck)
acquire more than just knowledge....
The tin man greeted us at the entrance
to this mall.
Most of the antiques were Early American.
I was looking for something in the
We basically "struck" out.
Still, we had a good time, and it was educational.
I liked this grain-painted cupboard.
This was used in a barbershop in
New York city to warm towels.
Hubby fell in love,
and is still toying with the idea of owning this.
This is too cute!!!
I should own this!!!!
I cannot imagine pushing these around!
He looks well-loved.
Don't know what this was used for,
but I liked it.
The wickerwork was interesting
on this flower basket.
Loved all the little drawers.
Neat grain-painted corner cabinet.
This champagne bucket should have come home with me!
An absolutely lovely frame.
As much as I like to look at this stove,
I am happy that I do not have to cook on it.
After the mall, we visited other antique stores.
In one store, the shop owner was sitting at this table
cutting the most wonderful, three-dimensional
No two were alike!!!! Just like snow flakes.
I want to go back and purchase some.
I have NEVER seen anything so intricate!!!!
I LOVE them!!!
We purchased some smaller items, which
I will share with you in my next post.
I came away happy.
It was a fun excursion.
We already picked the next