This past week we received a shipment of reclaimed wood furniture from our Irish coast and Provence lines. Photos can be seen on our Reproductions page. Cast iron bookends arrived, which are always a popular Christmas gift, especially the cats and moose figures. Lots of Canadiana and primitive pieces came in this week including: dovetailed pine blanker box, pine dresser, butter churn, oil lamps, sad irons including a rare sad iron holder/warmer, 3 primitive washstands, small open pine bookcase, pine treasure box, unusual pine medicine cabinet, 3 primitive mirrors[round, tall, and a fancy window mirror], clothes retriever, 2 wall shelves, rug beater, oval pine lamp table, 2 sleighs-1 early Quebec, made in Canada 5 seater toboggan, and more. Additional arrivals included: refinished working oak wall phone-a photo is attached, pair of Queen Ann arm chairs, set of 8 mid-century modern dinning chairs, lots more assorted chairs, 2 pairs of wall sconces, steamer trunk, oak sideboard, 1920’s walnut sofa table, kid’s wicker rocker, piano stool, coffee grinder, model ship, nest of tables, assorted small tables, pair of lamps made from wagon wheel centers, assorted cups and saucers, 12 light brass Williamsburg chandelier, 2 framed tapestries, Louie XV style arm chair, assorted framed prints and paintings, and lots more. A photo is attached of the most unusual new arrival of the week. Its 25” high, brass, and we have no idea what it is. If you can figure it out please let us know?