and a cherubs, amber glass and marble centerpiece probably made by Anchor Hocking in the 60's,
and a new shelf for the corner where the treadle table was, and then where the round green table was for a few days before it was bought too (and the space was left when a brown Marcrest pitcher was bought just before I took the photo).
Some things are still there, of course, like this beautiful china cabinet. It surprises me, really, that it has not yet sold--same for the two tall crystal decanter on top.
Red glass on a green shelf, marigold carnival sprakling up the inside shelf along with some iridescent snack sets that would make a pretty, pretty holiday table setting,
and lots of lots of other things that make it fun to work in this booth, just arranging and re-arranging.
This buffet and an oak dresser are currently on layway--woohoo!
That's a quick tour of this booth. I'll add more photos tomorrow as there is more to see.