Large primitive open cupboard. More then likely from an old general or country store. Dates around the 1940's or so. Original green paint. Cabinet is very sturdy, in good condition, holds heavy items. Great as extra book or kitchen storage.
This week I'm heading off to the New York Gift Show to start Holiday shopping for the store. I realize many of you are still on your summer vacations and the last thing you want to think about is Christmas! Dreaming of mistletoe, reindeer, Menorahs and faux snow in the middle of August?
At any rate, retailers always have to be one or two seasons ahead and it's time to start thinking about people's wish lists.
Any thoughts as to what you might like to see in the shop this coming season? More ornaments, jewelry, hats or scarves? Home and garden items perhaps?
I'd really love to hear from you and hopefully be able to provide those hard to find gifts for everyone on your shopping lists this year.
Large antique dining room table with carved leg base. Table is much larger then in appears in the photos and heavy. Top is very weathered and distressed from years of use. Base has developed rich patina.
Photos don't do this table justice, must be seen in person. There are no leaves.
We acquired a few different modern table lamps from a recent estate. All the lamps were originally purchased by the owner at Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware. The lamps are in gentle, used condition.
This particular lamp is very striking, turns on and off easily, no condition issues. $60.
Pair of matching lamps, brass finish. $50 for the pair.