Wednesday, April 18, 2012
We composed this post- brocanting vignette of an antique French planter filled with a salt sack, a silver crucifix, a nest and old letters. We hung the planter on an antique crib bed rail turned on end and decorated with a white Edwardian era long apron.
We had the best time these last two week-ends getting back in the swing of brocanting! We found the most amazing antiques including a tin sign from a Church; a linsey woolsey with funky old repairs that we used to frame a tintype; a primer turned into a recipe book; a blue and white gingham apron; a cream net hoop skirt that we used to cover a bird cage; two black bottles; a feed bag; a statue of St. Anne and stacks of nineteenth century primers.
Tuesday, April 03, 2012
Sunday, April 01, 2012
We have been crazy busy moving our shop to a new spot at The Country Mischief Marketplace! We thought it quite fitting to begin Spring by re-feathering our nest! Our shop has so many new antiques for you to check out! If you can't make it to Templeton, Mass. and you see something in the photos that intrigues you, just let us know and we'll see if the item is still available! More pics to follow as we're off to gather more string, twine, grasses and horse hair...