Here are the pics from our show.
This was not a primitive show exclusively, so we brought a mixture of items.
An early 1900 buffet with blue transfer ware and some Shawnee elephants.
A 1940's grouping of chairs and telephone table.
A farm table with a 48 star hand stitched flag.
A tole painted candle holder, lantern, mirror with hat brush
and patriotic book round out this Americana theme.
A kitchen grouping being displayed on one of my personal quilts.
This one is hand stitched from 1926.
A fun grouping of items.
This mirror is a Victorian towel holder.
A mission coat rack with some late 1800 bloomers.
A brass spittoon on a prim table.
A prim dresser with a red pump turned into a lamp.
Also a vintage wire dish rack and enamel soap dish.
Some prim items with another 48 star flag in an early whiskey jug.
Quilt rack, pair of metal children's chairs and an early metal sign.
Plus a wrought iron plant stand, fan and wood crate.
Bob loves his wood boxes.
A two sided metal ice cream sign, crock, herb drying rack and another wood box.
Another wood box and a two board display of barbed wire.
I never realized there were that many different kinds of barbed wire.
Last but not least.
A butter churn crock with wood handles and a few rug beaters.
Well that is it for another antique show.
Our next outdoor show is next month
in St. Clair, Michigan.
St Clair is the next town North along the river from our store.
Close to home next time.
Take care everyone