2015 is well underway with more snow and cold than I can ever remember. Staying warm by the wood stove! What would we do without it? Hate to hear the roar of the oil burner!
Show season is also well underway. Glastonbury was a wonderful show as always. Sage Farm's Cabin Fever Market the first full weekend of February was its usual delight. Check out the Sage Farm website for details about this once a month market. No matter what your style it is not to be missed and you are sure to want to attend the 15th anniversary celebration in October. Mid February's Holliston show helped get us through that tough month and now we are eagerly looking forward to the Spring shows with Duxbury, MA on the horizon, the April Sage Farm Market then the Extravaganza in Kutztown and Adamstown, PA, then Brimfield. Looking forward to them all and meanwhile I am enjoying the thrill of the hunt!
Trending with us this year are our birdies which include warblers, wrens, bluebirds, robins, cardinals, and chickadees, our plant markers which can be customized (same great ideas from our customers), our wonderful iron hooks, Donna's mice and snowmen, wallpaper tables, our tiny iron mice - great for hostess gifts along with a cheese tray, and our post coat racks and garden vanes!
My booth at Pineapple Rose Primitives at the Chopmist Hill Marketplace at 1287 Chopmist Hill Road (Rte 102), Scituate, Rhode Island is looking good as is the entire shop. The phone number is 401-764-0899 . It is a delightful shop in a charming building with great parking so I know you will enjoy it . Tell Paula you found her shop through New England Seasons! And if you would like a virtual tour check out the Pineapple Rose Primitive facebook pages.
Acushnet River Antiques in New Bedford is amusing me as well. This shop is one of my favorite places to hunt in this area. So stop in and check it out. See what treasures I have in my booth - chocked to the brim! Check out their facebook page as well.
Finally, just want to let you know that our website is undergoing some changes, so please bear with us as we learn the ropes. At present I have not had much time to work with it and I apologize.
As always, we want to thank everyone for taking the time to browse through our website no matter what it's present state is! Our greatest pleasure is finding just the right piece for you or that perfect gift for a friend. We showcase fine local talent, scour the countryside throughout the seasons, and keep an eye on what is new and exciting in the marketplace. We share this with you and hope you enjoy browsing our site.
We would like to make shopping as easy as possible. Some items are limited in quantities, and of course the antiques are one of a kind so we encourage you to email us about an item before ordering. We do not want your payment until we know that your order is going out. We do accept Paypal, checks, and money orders.
P.S. When something tickles my fancy I periodically add to my facebook page. As I can no longer update my MUSINGS here, this gives me a new avenue to ponder and share.
See below for latest finds!