Sunday, April 28, 2013

'New' Finds at Grandview Mercantile

Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 3pm
Only $2 per day for parking
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Some of the finds that went into my space this week at The Grandview Mercantile:


 Mid century bright green vinyl sofa with buttoned back, from the Claremont Collection for the Scales Furniture Co. (not at the Mercantile yet, email me if interested)

Westward Ho aka Pioneer tumblers by Gillinder & Sons, circa 1879

Two vintage German wine bottle crates

Antique Star of David stained glass church window [SOLD]

The real deal...hand carved and painted, antique, Italian pricket sticks (aka altar candles). A must see to appreciate the craftsmanship. Also a black tulip urn, French wine jug and fishing float. [Swan handled punch bowl in back SOLD]

Cast iron pub table with nail head trim on table apron (you know me and my love for the heaviest of items at auctions) and lacquered wood grain chairs with chrome legs [both currently ON SALE for a SONG at The Grandview Mercantile]

Florentine style hanging mirror.

Three clear glass, etched selzter bottles from beverage companies of  Covington, Kentucky, Chicago, and the Shasta Company.

Cast iron European lavabo [sink].

Two Herman Chair Company vinyl chairs and matching ottoman [SOLD], 1940's German antler mounts, 1930's classroom pull down teaching poster of woodpeckers.

 Hollywood Regency glass topped side table and 5 light electric candelabra [candelabra SOLD]

Mid century modern bias cut butcher block coffee table, GROOVY BABY! [currently ON SALE for a SONG at The Grandview Mercantile]

Two lion head limestone-like wall fountains, fabulous in a garden or courtyard area, located in the front window at The Grandview Mercantile. [only ONE left]

Cast garden set in new blue paint, as found [SOLD]

Moroccan camels tablecloth

Textured glass pendant lamp

Two piece vintage European baby bath tub, use as a planter, to ice down drinks for a party or _____?

Art deco era stained glass transom windows

A rare find...a child size "Cowboy" tub with it's original wood runners [in window at The Grandview Mercantile]

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