Multi-colored coffee table made reclaimed wooden trim boards, 1 inch thick, salvaged from an early 1900s home in Virginia. Each board is distinctly different and show various stages of wear. Table top is assembled into a diagonal pattern in alternating colors. The boards vary between stained wood, white with teal showing through, brown and a rusty red brown. Table base is very sturdy, built from 2x6s and painted white, then scraped and distressed to match the table top. Early American style legs were used and stained dark brown. The legs simply thread into the table for easy assembly. The beauty of this piece is the patina of the original worn wood. Once completed, the top was lightly sanded to remove any loose or peeling paint, then sealed with a clear dull finish varnish for preservation. Great conversation piece for your living room or even patio or deck.
Size: 28″l x 20″w x 14″h
Available in our Etsy shop.
We have a couple of larger pieces for sale locally: If interested please send me an email: [email protected]
Large antique Victorian mantelpiece with original beveled glass mirror. This mantle was salvaged from a Victorian home in Franklin, VA. Very good condition. This has not been restored, just repainted in white semi gloss paint and slightly distressed.
This is a pretty substantial piece.
Measures : 7ft high, 62″ wide
Fireplace opening is 36″ square
Asking $300 obo.
We do not have room for it, so no REASONABLE offer refused.
Antique White treadle sewing machine in original unrestored condition. Wooden cabinet is complete and in pretty good shape for its age. Very solid, no rot, but has some wear and nice patina. This is the 6 drawer model and was patented in 1898. Cast iron decorative legs in great shape with no rust. Machine seems to work great, the belt that’s on it is loose and very old, but the machine turns over and treadle operates freely. Appears to just need a new belt and it could be used. We’ve been using it as a decorator piece and side table, but now have no room so we need to sell it.
We’ve had some old windows laying around for awhile that we were going to use for a table, but just wasn’t feeling it. Since these were really simple with only two large panes, I decided to turn one pane into a chalkboard and make this chalkboard / picture frame / key rack combo…
Made from a vintage reclaimed window. Window is a two pane style, very solid. Bottom pane was painted with chalkboard surface paint. The window frame is painted, then scraped, sanded, distressed and then hand waxed. The frame has two oiled bronze hooks to hang your keys. The top pane can be left as is or serve as a picture frame to display art, photos, etc.
Size: 20″w x 23″h
We have two available – one in teal and one in barn red. Available in our Etsy shop.
Vintage gooseneck desk lamp with a brass base, flexible brass neck and vintage green and white porcelain enamel shade.
This is a very rare and desirable lamp. It has been rewired with a black fabric covered cord, new vintage style plug but uses the original brass socket and paddle switch which are in perfect working condition .
Base is 6″, height is adjustable 14″ high over 20″ fully extended
Shade is 7″ in diameter x 5″ deep.
Available now in our Etsy shop.
Antique Vintage 2 Drawer Card Catalog made by Yawman and Erbe of Rochester, NY.
Made of solid oak with dovetail joints with brass hardware. In original, unrestored condition, brass has been lightly polished and wood has been hand waxed to seal in original patina. Very nice original piece. Dividers inside drawers do not match, one is wood and one is brass, so one has possibly been replaced. Back side has delaminated as shown in last photo, but other than it’s in great shape. Makes a nice decorator or storage piece.
19″w x 15″d x 7″h
Each drawer is 8.5″ wide
Available in our Etsy shop.