We worked for hours, literally, on our Marietta booth yesterday while we waited on some people who wanted to look at a few things we had there. They never showed up, but the booth got a good going-over and we added lots of new things, so it was a good day after all.
Getting in the holiday mood with green Anchor Hocking glasses and pitcher, and some budweiser Cydesdale pilsner glasses.
I loved this long framed piece featuring New Yorker covers. The woven seat chairs are in front of a rusty old Chevy tailgate.
More green! I don't know who made this set, but it's heavy and has an interesting design.
A glass dome, globe bookends, musical note ornaments co-exist on top of a victrola.
Teapots! Lots to choose from here, along with an antique apple peeler, a chrome percolator (it works) and a lovely tureen with its ladle.
A friend recently hooked me up with a family that wanted to get rid of boxes and boxes of afghans and linens. These are just a few of them. Beautiful workmanship in these cozy pieces.
Tick tock goes the clock(s). Vintage clocks fascinate me.
Holidays strike again with these two lamps.
A better look at the chairs. These are in really nice shape.
Framed art, a huge old trunk, beer stein ornament and Budweiser mugs.
This dressing table might come home and get a mirror and some paint added.
Seems like I'vee added a llot of beer items! The big deer is another metal beer sign.
Two Hoosiers at Marietta. These take a while to sell but they make great display pieces meanwhile.
That's all for this post. I have many more pics from Marietta I'll share later.
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