Okay. . .Finally here are the promised photos from Sycamore Antiques & Architectural Art! I must admit, I'm a little partial to this shop, as it is right up my alley, plus I just revamped their website! Be sure to check it out, and also, stop by and visit them on Facebook--I want Santa to bring them lots of new Likes for Christmas, so maybe my friends in blogland can act as Santa's elves and like them on Facebook here!
I've got way more photos to share, so look for them soon! I've also got a super duper last minute post from Through The Garden Gate coming in the next day or so!
This place has fabulous European and American antiques, clocks, furniture, and lots of neat home accessories! 3 friends and long-time antiques dealers run this intriguing shop.
I think this is a spool cabinet--but it would be great for storing crafting supplies.
Keep out? Nah....what's in there?
Why new old stock Red Polish (whatever that is. . .) and Liniment--which I must say may be the worst smelling stuff EVER!
Lots of old skeleton keys are to be found here!
These antique tins would look great in my kitchen!
I'm not sure what this is, but I thought the box was pretty!
This great sign would look fantastic in a 1940's retro kitchen....I love those colors!
Speaking of kitchens, the cupboard came out of a home in Petersburg, VA. If only to find a place for it in my home!
More vintage tins.
Graniteware and enamelware. . .
Wonderful found art flowers for your garden! The artist, Joan, has such a following, that she has a box on her front porch where folks drop off supplies for her flowers! I've actually got a few things I need to drop by her house! Oh, my her house is one of the most fantastic places I've ever been! Think rustic farmhouse meets urban loft--with floor to ceiling views of the river! I will do a photo shoot there as soon as possible!
There are more pocket watches, clocks, and grandfather clocks than you can shake a stick at!
On my Christmas list is this pie safe and corner cabinet! I'd really have to shuffle stuff to bring that corner hutch home, but it'd be worth it!
I'll be back soon with more photos from Sycamore Antiques & Architectural Art, Through The Garden Gate, and an 1879 mansion decked out for the holidays! Plus my Christmas CD is nearly ready and will be available for digital download in the next day or so--just in time for Christmas!