We obliviously aren’t bringing in the same number of antique pieces during lockdown as we do when we are open for instore shopping. But some new antique pieces always seem to find their way into the building somehow. There are photos of some of the items below, more photos were part of the May 3rd update on this page. We will include additional photos of some of these items over the next few weeks. 

New antique furniture arrivals since we last updated them include: large French inlaid armoire-88inches tall, 3 section oak barrister’s bookcase, upholstered footstool, maple swivel office chair, tufted yellow velvet living room chair, outdoor cement pedestal, assorted lamp tables & plant stands, iron and wicker tea trolley, round Duncan Phyfe coffee table, Duncan Phyfe drum table, four leaf clover parlour table, 5 drawer chest painted white, pair of Duncan Phyfe dining chairs, Canadian teak desk chair, and an ornate vintage whitewash coffer.

More antique arrivals include: large china fishbowl and stand, piano rolls, large brass wall tray, collection of 4 cast iron tea light lanterns, 2 brass blowtorches, 2.5′ x 4′ oil painting with overhead light, 2 large milk cans, wooden mailbox, 1950’s golf bag and clubs, 2 large snow globes, 4 light Tiffany style ceiling fixture, floor lamp, copper waste basket, collection of railroad spikes, a batch of assorted tools, and more.

Some sets of dishes that are in, but still boxed include: 51piece Forstenberg West Germany set, 47piece Royal Doulton Albany set, 39piece Seltmann Weiden Bavaria luncheon set, and a 123piece Krautheim Selb Bavaria set. 

We also got in a giant pile of LP records; most went to storage. We sell them in box lots, and we left a couple of boxes of 50 in The Barn.