There is another auction coming up on Saturday, and I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorites from the catalog. The full catalog can be viewed here
I'd recommend making yourself a nice cup of coffee and curling up with your laptop to enjoy the full thing if you have the time. Do you have any favorites I didn't show? I'd love to know!
Also- for my Connecticut pals- The Connecticut Spring Antiques Show is this weekend at the Hartford Armory. It's a wonderful show with many fantastic dealers bringing their coolest antiques. The Antique Shop that I work at will be there, it our 40th year exhibiting at the show...and it's the 40th anniversary of the show! Here's a link to the show for more information. I'll be working at the show on Sunday, so feel free to stop in and say Hi
Garth's highlights below. Enjoy~
|I want a banner weathervane soooooo badly.|
|Remember we were just talking about great corner cupboards. Love the color on this one!|
|Mount Washington, New Hampshire by Norris Rahming (Ohio, 1886-1959)|
The colors and shading on this landscape are brilliant. I want to crawl into the picture.
|An incredibly long, incredibly narrow table. It would be perfect in a studio, office or workshop. Couple of laptops, couple of lamps- brilliant!|
|Folk art painted shield from the late 19th or early 20th century. Charming and patriotic!|
|A series of painted shooting targets from an early 20th century carnival game. Wouldn't they be gorgeous lined up along a sideboard for Easter?|
|Stunning antique 19th century painted cupboard. This belongs in my kitchen.|
|Look at the legs on this 19th century farm table. How beautiful are they!!!!|
|I adore 19th century signage. This simple black and gold one is especially appealing!|
|This is an incredible 19th century appliqué quilt. It's so stunning I can barely stand it. I love all the colors, the condition looks wonderful. Imagine it hung as art in a large guest room.|
|Another fabulous 19th century sign in wonderful condition.|
|Just about the most perfect hutch I've ever seen in the history of life. All those drawers and doors, |
and a zinc lined sink!!!! If only I could win the lottery.
|Cote D'Azur by William Joseph Eastman (Ohio 1888-1956)|
|And finally- this spectacular and massive antique store counter. If you had the world's biggest kitchen, it would be the best island ever!|