This week I will be helping my friend Martha,
the artist, the quilter, the gourmet cook, the expert on antique linens,
and more. No, her last name is not Stewart!
She and her hubby are relocating to the Lone Star State to be closer to their son.
Their home is filled with many beautiful, quality antiques and unfortunately,
they are unable to bring them all to their new downsized home.
We shall start off in the foyer with this amazing 8 foot bench.
Please note, that all of the antiques shown here today are American antiques
dating from the 1800’s to the 1950’s . . . All in excellent condition.
The antique blue and white willow pattern by Noritake is for sale,
however, not that gorgeous step back cupboard.
The beautiful red transferware is not for sale; however, this exquisite
corner cabinet is.
An antique dry sink with copper lining.
This dresser is a gorgeous piece in more than excellent condition.
Would make a great piece for a bedroom or any other room for that matter.
Here is sits in the foyer for great linen storage.
This is a beautiful old handmade piece that has wonderful slide out trays
Love antique spool cabinets? There are three of them.
Including this beauty!
Remember the spool cabinet on the dining room table
and the wonderful piece shown opened with the sliding trays and drawers?
Here they are stacked on top of each other.
There will be ladders . . . specific ones to be determined.
Another spool cabinet and wonderful side table with fantastic crystal knobs.
Do you love antique school items?
Then you will love this amazing antique student desk and school masters desk.
Both in excellent condition.
How about an antique doll bed.
Now moving into the kitchen.
Where you will see many wonderful antique and vintage items from the 1800’s to the 1950’s.
From antique jugs and crocks to vintage dishes to this awesome
American made, beautifully adorned butter churn. Mfr name is on the churn.
This is truly eye candy!
Has your heart gone pitter patter yet?
Martha’s cabinets are always so organized.
Need refrigerator containers? ….. She has lots of them!
I am going to miss this scene as I walk up the steps to Martha’s front porch.
This one side of the porch always contained the most beautiful flowers in her
goat cart, of which it is not for sale.
Not shown are the most wonderful Christmas decorations that will be for sale.
From beautiful ornaments to the most fabulous vintage Chalkware Santas.
There will be antique linens, buttons, and more!
This antique moving sale will be on Saturday, March 12th from 9am to 3pm.
If you live in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, NC area, better known as the Triangle
and are interested in attending this most amazing sale,
please contact me. The contact information is located at the top of my site
under the header, “contact me” and I will give you all of the details and address.
Happy Monday and have a beautiful day!