Things keep coming back around! There is a photo attached of a church pew that we bought back this week from a customer who purchased it 30 years ago. We recognized it immediately. We used to buy large batches of church pews and cut them down. The worst part was scraping all the gum off the bottom, dull chisels worked best. A photo is also attached of a signed Edwardian leather top inlaid desk & chair, Edward & Roberts 1890-1899. More antique furniture arrivals included: walnut library desk, pine medicine cabinet, small inlaid French provincial drop front desk, hall umbrella stand, large rocking chair, vintage living room chair, assorted desk chairs, set of 6 Chippendale dinning chairs, set of 6 inlaid dinning chairs, telephone table, primitive table desk, tall elm bookcase cabinet, set of 4 cast iron leather arm chairs, and more. Additional new arrivals included: quarter cut oak Singer tredle sewing machine, assorted silver plate hollowware, electric fireplace insert, cast iron desk lamp, decorative bird cage, window mirror with shelf, assorted odd china pieces-Spode, Royal Worcester, Aynsley, etc., Berlin flyer wagon-Berlin Ohio, collection of miniatures, vintage pipe cleaner display case, Elvis Presley phone in original case, 2 large glass water jugs, vintage cameras & toys, and lots more. We also restocked the always popular $5 cabinets this week. The award for most unusual item of the week goes to a vintage Mickey Mouse garden house holder.