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Mid Century Whiskey Barrel Bar and Swivel Bar Stools by Brothers of Kentucky – ** PICK UP ON SATURDAY, Jan 23 and SAVE $350!
This is a fantastic vintage Whiskey Barrel bar and stool set by Brothers Furniture of Kentucky. Some internet research on a couple of occasions found no other set as complete as this one, with the bar (a whiskey barrel that’s … Continue reading
These are very good quality nesting gift boxes… not that flimsy stuff you see too often. Each has a white lace ribbon as decoration. There are 4 sets of 5 successively smaller boxes, and one set of four (the next … Continue reading
A quick glance at this, and it seems like a bookcase, right? But that’s a false front and those are not real books. When you open the door, voila! One has a storage cabinet that holds about 140-150 CDs! (Or … Continue reading
Seriously. Doesn’t every kitchen need a duck casserole dish? Condition: Excellent. No chips, cracks or other blemishes noted. Dimensions: 9.5″ wide x 7″ high; casserole dish is 4.25 inches deep. Price: $20.00. Plus 5.5% Maine State Sales Tax of $1.10, … Continue reading
Once upon a time (well, actually, last Friday), a young business owner (well, actually, she’s in her mid 60s) went to an auction and purchased a pretty cool little CD cabinet filled with nearly 150 CDs. It seemed like a … Continue reading
A while ago, I picked up three pedestals somewhat similar to the ones above. Two have since sold, and I was thrilled to find the 4 above at auction last week! Three are chalkware, which gives them that real antique-y … Continue reading
This is a wonderful old Victrola cabinet. Unfortunately, the Victrola is long gone, but the cabinet has been in use for playing music since then; the husband of a friend (who I’m posting this for) had turned this into a … Continue reading
Here’s another of our wonderful pieces evoking the knights of old, and perhaps, even of King Arthur’s court! Vintage lamps seem a dime a dozen, and many do repeat similar themes over and over. But this is the first we’ve … Continue reading