So it was special.
Especially when I spied this beauty sitting in a trailer about fifty yards away with a fellow dealer heading in from the opposite direction.
Who would get there first?
We tied. Luckily there were two cabinets and Linda wanted the other one.
On Monday I had about forty-five minutes between sleet and rain to clean and wax this lovely white primitive cabinet.
I have no idea why the tops of the shelves are not painted, but the underneaths are.
Unless there was liner paper.
I love the bin at the top - great storage.
All it really needed was a scrubbing with Fabuloso and some Howard's Feed-N-Wax.
The back not painted.
But had great patina after waxing.
The sides have details which reveal this was a marriage of several older pieces many years before.
The shelves are different heights.
Drops of rain and a quick trip to the back of the Blazer.
Tuesday a trip to Riverfront Antique Mall to Booth W-10.
Stocked full of enamelware and other kitchen items.
Yes, too many pics of the white primitive cabinet, but I love it so.
So much I started to keep it.
But I did not.
I cleaned all across the front of the booth and down two sides.
Went back today for reclaiming another chunk of real estate.
It is beginning to look like a booth again.
It was nice to come home with Chucks, Willie, Scout, Azalee, and especially Miss Peepers waiting to sit in my lap.
Well, maybe not Chucks!
Update: After all that staging the cabinet sold the next day!
|My Etsy shop is on vacation so I can clean up a bit and clear out items lingering too long.|
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