Friday, January 7, 2011

Latest Antiques and Vintage Finds From Tiny's Lambertville!

Happy New Year! Tiny is still recovering from post-traumatic-holiday-stress, largely due to her California and Illinois relatives missing their flights due to the snowstorm.  But nothing beats stress more than a little retail therapy . . . are you ready to shop?

Well, ARE YOU?

'Cuz Tiny has some fresh, funky additions to the mousehole.  Such as this antique tin toleware box:

I acquired this lil'cutie from an avid antiques collector.  An expert in the field tells me it dates from the first half of the 1800s, and is possibly European in origin.  Would look great displayed with your early primitives. 

Speaking of primitives, I've also added an excellent antique stoneware crock, and a beautiful arts-and-crafts vase from the renowned Door Pottery (see green vase at end of row).

My grandpappy always did love Johnny Cash, the Man in Black.  You want one for yourself? Check out Tiny's folksy carved man-in-top-hat. It's a new piece from the Phillipines, but charming as all get-out.

For you collectors of antique cast iron/antique banks, this little piggy is AWESOME.  Seriously, who doesn't love a pig in a suit?  I hate to let this one go . . .

You'll also see some new frakturs from modern Early American Folk Artists like Lion and Lamb Studios.  I love how she grain-paints her frames.

Don't let the cold weather keep you away! Stop on by!

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