Why rough it when you can have a folding camp sink? $220
Antique Adirondack splintwood fishing basket backpack (that’s not easy to say). You’ll still look cool even if you don’t catch any fish. $150 SOLD
Great resource for identifying all those beautiful wildflowers you find in the meadow. You may even consider framing some of these plates. With 400 of them who would notice one or two missing? $45 SOLD
Can you imagine…not only did they grow all of their own vegetables, but they hand carved these little birds to use for labeling them, too. Amazing, it’s only $7!
I don’t know anyone who has pictures of falcons. Do you? $20 each (One SOLD)
First hang them on the wall for decoration, but you’ll know that if you’re ever trapped by a bad snowstorm you can always run for help. Or send someone else…Snowshoes $175
If you do send someone else out for help, you can always sit in front of the fire and watch the clock in anticipation of their return. Fireplace clock (fire really burns) $60 SOLD
Antique Mission oak rocker with original leather seat $350, and vintage woolen blanket $25
Be a boy scout SOLD
or a trick rider! SOLD
Keep yourself busy. An idle mind is the devil’s workshop. $60
Sometimes even when the mind isn’t idle…(both SOLD!)
Ah! Let’s play craps…
…and do shots! SOLD
Multi-colored shot glasses SOLD
Mah Jong, anyone?
Time to put the kettle on. $20 SOLD
Vintage mugs $10 each (One SOLD)
Enamel pie tins $10 and $11 SOLD
Adirondack twig table $65 SOLD and candle lantern $15 SOLD. Set of 4 Hyllinge Mobler folding chairs, made in Denmark
Every camp has a bear $4 SOLD
and a frog $20 SOLD
Finally, shave that beard before heading back to civilization. SOLD
It’s a great place to hang out and catch the scent of wisteria on the breeze. From our door, we look right into the sides of the Williamsburg Bridge and the Domino Sugar Factory (check out the reflection in the front windows)…we love it here.
This abnormally tall work table is really interesting because…
See the shelves? They have a cut out as though there was supposed to be something like a bolt of fabric sitting on them. We think it would be great in a kitchen. Good for chopping on. $450. SOLD
This pair of chairs might not get noticed right off because of their quiet, understated appearance. We actually walked right passed them a couple of times! But with closer inspection you can see they are completely hand hewn and have hand forged, square headed, copper nails, and the wood seems to be chestnut, which is very rare! Someone took great care in making these chairs, and they probably reflect the quiet, understated personality of their maker. They’re impressive and deserve a good look. Don’t let their quiet demeanor fool you…
A walnut table with two armchairs and four side chairs, two leaves that extend the table to 9 ft. and table pads that go under a tablecloth to protect it from heat. Based on our research, we believe it is Scandinavian. The extra leaves are very interesting because they are contained on a shelf on the underside of the table, so they don’t take up space in your closet, getting scratched up. Also on the underside are two beautiful brass mechanisms that unlock the center of the table when you want to expand it.
This table will make you look like a pro when hosting large parties. So much better than lining up a few small tables, differently shaped at different heights… We think you know what we mean! 6 ft. by 3.5 ft. with (2) 1.5 ft. leaves. $3,800 for the set of 6 chairs and the table with pads. SOLD
These would be perfect to mix with some more modern pieces. The shape is so elegant and timeless. They’re circa 1920, D.I.M. (Decoration Interieur Moderne) Rene Joubert et Philippe Petit, Paris (1919-1931), with padded horseshoe shaped backs and seats and reeded, tapered legs. The fabric appears to be original as the stuffing is the original horsehair and the detailing is exquisitely hand-done. Surprisingly sturdy and great to sit on. $300 each, or $500 for the pair. SOLD