I added the old crate, water can and miner's dinner pail, trying to move away from so much glass to more variety. I have to admit, though, glass attracts me like a moth to a flame.
This three legged chair is an unusual and very old piece of furniture. I have never seen one like it.
Crocks, Jadeite, rolling pins, sapphire-ware, and more in the "kitchen."
More vintage kitchen; these kinds of things are really my best sellers and I am constantly on the lookout for more.
This peachglow casserole is complete with the lid, warmer and even the guarantee paper inside. I don't think it was ever used.
We moved things around in this area; once a chest of drawers sold, we had a little more room.
Heavy child's oak rocker, a small stepladder and a bookcase offer a better interior view of the booth than the former arrangement did.
Don't you love that retro clock? It still works too. Pyrex is still a good seller, particularly the casseroles with lids.
Three quilts currently in this booth; these are problematic as people seem to unfold them and then just toss them back anywhere. I did have them in the cedar chest but that didn't work well either. I need to find a better display method for them.
Looking into one of my booth areas.
Under the table is a good area to put large items like crocks and cookers.
Now, everything is ready and I think I can leave the booths alone for a couple weeks while I'm off storytelling. And maybe when I return, they'll be empty! I can dream, can't I?
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