This handy and absolutely vintage shabby farmhouse chic, metal storage
box was once used to store milk and other perishable goods. It is
insulated and would make a perfect icebox for chic out door parties.
Also would be a beautiful breadbox for your farm kitchen, recipe holder, and magazine organizer or for craft storage.
box is in excellent condition, has a few small white paint flecks,
slight discoloration on lid. Great hinge mechanism is back. Inside is
all steel, clean.
Box measures: 15” across by 10 ½” high by 8” wide.
Right now I have a large
selection of antique 19th c. treenware from local Hudson Valley
estates. I have a few apple paddles, cabbage scrappers, rolling pins, pig
scrapers, boot jacks and a few other odd and ends.
Prices range from $10 to $30
per item. These make great country kitchen décor. Stop by our shop to see what
Stunningl harvest side table, table top features a rich finish, plenty of
patina and age. Came out of an old farm house in Columbia County. I waxed the
top to give it a deep shine. Base is painted green. Table is on the short side
but you can have a carpenter make short lifts for the bottom. Needs an
additional five inches to be dining height.
Measurements: 86” long by
33” across and 25” high.
Ideal buffet or worktable or
a coffee table for a large house.
This medium size 19th c. primitive country table comes from France or Belgium. The base contains old
blue paint that has worn down and distressed nicely over the years from
use. The tabletop itself has great patina and wear marks. The top is
affixed to the base with large blacksmith made nails.
The table is in excellent condition, very sturdy. Would make a
great side table for the kitchen, writing desk, or as a hallway accent.
Table measures: 37” across the top, 22 ½ wide and 28” tall.