Europalooza, yep, that's what we're calling our next sale.
Two of our co-op partners went on a ten-day buying trip to England. Their finds at markets inspired the partners who were left behind to get on the Euro band wagon and fill our spaces with all things from across the pond and beyond. We'll have demijohns, grain sacks, pottery, french tables, Belgian dressers, baskets in all shapes and sizes, cupboards, dough bowls, and so much more.
|Italian Foyer Table|
|French Enamelware Canister Set|
|Hand-made Antique Dresser From Belgium|
|Farm Table, Yelloware, Dough Bowl, Corner Cupboard, Down-Filled Euro Pillows|
I'll have transferware in red, blue, green and some white ironstone pieces too.
|Red and White English Transferware|
When I reupholstered this vintage chair I added a grain sack to the back.
|Vintage Wing Back Chair with Grain Sack|
What's more English than a 19c. Staffordshire chimney figurine? The name "chimney" figure refers to its flat back. This made it possible for the figurine to fit on the mantel or into a niche above the mantel.
|19c. Staffordshire Chimney Figure|
|Another Staffordshire Chimney Figure|
|Leather Book and Architectural Fragment Candleholder|
|European Cutting Boards|
It's hard to tell from the picture but this demijohn is huge.
|Demijohn on Top of Wine Cupboard|
|Large European Gathering Basket|
|Large Stick Spatter Bowl from Holland|