We are now three weeks into the lockdown and we’ve been busy bringing in lots of new items. As promised in last week’s update, here is a rundown of new antique arrivals, so far. There will be lots more before we reopen.

A terrific Victorian dinning in set came in: table, 8 chairs, and a sideboard. The set has all the bells and whistles: pull out shelves, a silver drawer, a whiskey decanter drawer, and a complete set of custom made heat pads. The crank table is 59” x 52”, with two additional 20” leaves. That makes it a 99 inch long table when fully extended. A couple of photos are attached.

We’ve also been doing yearend inventory a little early, since we have time during the lockdown. And we currently have 368 chairs in the building. So if you can’t find any chairs you like at The Barn, you may have issues. Some new chair arrivals include: a nice pair of fancy gilt cameo chairs, set of 4 press backs with arrow spindles, oak stenographer’s chair, set of 4 walnut dinning chairs, 3 hoop back kitchen chairs, bright red patio chair, pair of oak press back chairs, unusual pair of vintage living room chairs, pair of oak rush seat ladder back chairs, pair of maple rush seat ladder back chairs, swivel oak office chair, a couple of captain’s chairs, assorted accent chairs, and a set of 6 oak t-back chairs that come with a round oak table and 3 leaves.

More antique furniture arrivals included: a 5 drawer bachelor’s chest, French style tea table, unusual mahogany coffee table with pull out serving tray, dovetailed pine blanket box, rare extra wide double 4 section oak Barrister’s bookcase, unusual Asian plant stand, 1920’s thick walnut dining room table with 6 small leaves, Art Deco cedar chest, Vintage 1970’s dinning room table with 3 leaves, coat stand, round pine double pedestal table with 2 leaves, walnut magazine table, a wicker top bench shaped like a peanut[It made me laugh, so I included a photo.], musical jewelry box table, a terrific sewing table, primitive treasure box, small mahogany drop leaf coffee table, telephone table, primitive plant stand, early cherry end table, small oval walnut tilt top pedestal table, round brass and white marble pedestal lamp table, 2 different tall pine bookcases, quarter cut oak sideboard with mirrored back, and more.

Non furniture antique arrivals included: 1920’s Tiffany style table lamp, a collection of 1960’s table lamps, 2 fire screens, wooden step ladder, 3 pieces of iron garden décor, Oriental rug, ornate silver mirror, Canadian Werlich 5 seater toboggan, assorted framed prints and paintings, pair of large plaster drapery style lamps, 2 batches of cups and saucers[so far, more to come], nice 12 piece fish set in oak case, vintage 1980’s adding machine, vintage G.E. floor polisher, wicker doll buggy, vintage wagon, a bunch of wooden skies and polls, doll cradle, 2 cast iron cooking pans, large sterling silver fruit bowl 481grams, pair of weighted sterling candle holders, circa 1900 pigeon’s blood drug dispenser, assorted silver plate holloware, 2 tapestries, 2 soup tureens, assorted candle holders, 3 pine mirrors[half moon, rectangular, & window], 2 ornate gilt mirrors, 2 trunks, large cast iron planter, electric 1960’s office calculator, 2 nice salt glazed crocks, 4 Lladros, 2 typewriters[1 manual, 1 electric], 3 section sideboard mirror, Moorcroft footed bowl with lid, nice pair of 8 x 10 inch brass vases, barometer, vintage glass bottles, 2 large copper vases, and more.

That’s everything we remembered to write down from the last few days we were open and during lockdown. There is more we’ve already forgotten about.

Film & television production is still ongoing. They are exempt from the lockdown. They have been our best customers during the lockdown. As their orders get pickup, more space is created in The Barn. So we will keep bringing new items in to fill up the spaces. We also plan on unpacking lots more boxes of smalls before reopening.

There are photos of some of these items attached to the last few updates on this page. We will attach more to future updates until we reopen.