Tuesday, April 17, 2012

April 2012 Additions

Wrought iron window grates for 80 each, a cottage dresser for 420, and a 1940's wire dress form for 140!

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Tiny's Has Moved!

Hi folks! Guess what? Tiny's has moved! My showroom is located on the second floor of Broadmoor Antiques, 6 North Union Street, Lambertville . . . I'm still as Tiny as ever, but since it's a co-op, my hours are now bigger! Open every day except Tuesdays, 11-5.
My old location on the canal will now serve as my warehouse.  I will be holding monthly sales, and of course, am always willing to meet you by appointment!

Check out the latest additions . . . a 30's sideboard painted French Blue . . . a gorgeous 30s carved and veneered library table . . . an amazing carved Victorian-era lovebirds chair with ram's-head arms and garlanded trim . . . an antique inlaid mahogany octagon side table . . . antique iron window grates . . . the list goes on and on!

Thursday, February 23, 2012

I'm Sick of Winter

. . . but I'm never sick of vintage.  I'm busy sprucing up new inventory to prep the shop for spring! Look forward to Tiny's Sidewalk Sales from May through the summer months.

Currently on offer, a gorgeous oak side table/vanity with glass pulls, methinks from the early 1900s:

Don't forget this pretty antique gesso frame, painted and repurposed as a shabby chic mirror:

And what about a vintage chair, transformed for the farmhouse table with an authentic grainsack?

See y'all when the weather warms!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Baldelli Pottery Banks

I love mid-century modern decor, so it's no suprise I'm always on the lookout for fun finds from the 60's and 70's for the shop.  Recently, I scored a pair of ceramic animal banks from Baldelli Ceramiche, an Italian pottery maker located outside Perugina.

Baldelli produced a range of these banks, featuring different animals in various shades, for sale in US department stores during the 60s/70s.  They are highly collectible today -- especially the coveted cat bank, which resembles the work of mid-century Scandinavian artist Lisa Larson.  I sold this orange version of the cat earlier this year via my etsy site:

Ready to start your own Baldelli collection? Visit Tiny's online shop today!