Sunday, June 3, 2012

The calender says June but it feels like April. Brrrr, chilly & wet.
Not good weather for yard sale-ing, or paint projects. But it was good weather to head to Manchester to the Grand Opening of MillCity Antiques. What a fabulous place! It is located in a huge old mill so the charm is as big as the square footage! (see pics)

It was also busy at Just The Thing!. Several pieces went out the door the last two days so I brought some items in today to restock.
I seem to have quite a mish mosh of styles going on. LOL not a bad thing, there is something for almost everyone.
If you like the pretty feminine pieces I have a pair of lovely Victorian style velvet chairs. And a shabby chic cabinet. I have a great shabby country cottage bench in aqua paint. You will even find a Mid Century Modern scoop chair in turquoise! It is so cool, think late 1950s MadMen! And I have a 1940s Mersman console table too. 
Throw in a red cola cooler, some vintage Renewal doll house pieces, a copywrited 1899 Madonna & child print in a pretty frame, some burlap bags, and even some 1930-50 magazines, books & sheet music...and yep, it's a mish mosh! (you can see that in the pics LOL)

Quite a few old wooden crates went to new homes, a pack basket, some great old leather suitcases, a small chest of drawers, a bench, and a bunch of other small items this last week. Always happy to see people still lovin' other people's old stuff!

Awesome dealer spaces/display at MillCity

Loved this dealer's booth

Coffee Crate & Coffee barrel bot *SOLD*

MID CENT MOD turquoise Carter Bros scoop chair $99

fantastic old leather suitcases (attic find from farm house up in NH) *SOLD*

Sweet & Chic, all available

Great Bench for a hall, porch, at the table, anywhere

Sexy & cute red cat half apron, 1950 cola cooler

Vintage Mersman console table, painted on velvet cottage/stream scene 

Such fun to imagine the little girl who got this kit way back in the day! Cute Jean Darling (1920s child actress) kit to make outfits for the little bisque doll.

STUFF! It's all good!

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