It’s been a busy early summer here. Last week Harold Turpin brought in 11 houses and barns (some with opening doors). Also a couple of New England homes with shutters. Harold builds the finest houses and barns that have people collecting them coast to coast. He and his wife Pam are featured in the latest edition of the Country Sampler, showing their lovely home in Washington state.
On July 30th we will be receiving a one of a kind, dry sink from the early 1800’s, that was made in Illinois. It is about 7 feet tall, with a cupboard above. We’ve never seen one like it and it is very primitive with square nails and original hardware. If you like primitives you will love this piece.
Paul just brought in more risers for your table, dough boards and noodle boards and a four door cupboard for lots of storage. He has been very busy filling special orders for customers, so if you have a piece in mind, get the measurements together and bring them in an Paul will give you a estimate. He is about 8 weeks out.
If you have a hard time finding a parking space close to the shop then look behind our building, we have a parking lot just for you.