We don’t normally restock outdoor items in November, however our outdoor metal birds have been a big seller over the last couple of months and they are a popular Christmas present, so we got in a huge batch of birds this week. Why not have June in November! We restocked some old favorites, and got in 12 new birds we’ve never had before. Photos are below.

Also, the long awaited first sample piece from a new line we will be carrying next year called Arcadia arrived. There is a photo below of the Eden sideboard from the Arcadia line, its 82” long. Given the very strong positive reaction we’ve gotten to this piece, it won’t be here for long. However, lots more Arcadia pieces are on the way.

A very unusual coffee table with a top that raises and lowers on hydraulics arrived, a photo is below. And for good measure new lanterns, Christmas figures, and holiday themed containers came in.

We also put out lots of vintage Christmas items and décor we have been saving up all year. For two years actually, as we we’re in lockdown all of last Christmas season.

New antique furniture arrivals included: an ornate dining room set- a photo is below[table with 6 chairs, 8′ sideboard, and large mirror], unusual pine student’s desk, kitchen tables, maple coffee table, large wicker planter, chinoiserie corner cabinet, Art Deco cedar chest, maple school desk, Edwardian inlaid living room chair, quarter cut oak barrister’s bookcase, Victorian spooled walnut corner whatnot, ornate French chair, arrow back highchair, assorted stools, primitive 1880’s elm & butternut dresser, small 3 door industrial cabinet, and more.

Antique non furniture arrivals included: 2 big batches of cups & saucers-a photo is below of one of them, brass fireplace set, 1930’s Underwood typewriter, handheld movie camera, early oil lamp, more silverplate holloware and flatware, porcelain cooking preserve pail for mason jars, 4 nice crocks, French metronome, black leather doctor’s bag, assorted smalls, and more.