Monthly Archives: March 2011

Log Cabin Fever

A miniature circa 1940-50’s log cabin has recently been added to my shop inventory & is featured on my website.  It occurred to me that log cabins and homes have been a sporadic theme in my time here in the … Continue reading

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Signed Strasburg Stoneware!

This was a major pottery weekend!  From one place & another I’ve amassed 10 pieces of mostly signed local stoneware.  There is one redware double handled vase that I actually sold back in 2006…it’s attributed to Jacob Medinger of Montgomery … Continue reading

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Lack ‘O Luck

Another Saturday, another auction!  Spent the early morning at a small local sale, but someone else wanted the banded yellow ware butter crock with its lid more than I did, unfortunately.  There’s absolutely something to be said for going into … Continue reading

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In Like A Lamb

After the final wild & windy days of February, March has come ‘in like a lamb’ rather than the proverbial lion…and I have the ‘go antiquing’ itch, which usually means that other folks do, too.  If the weather holds, with … Continue reading

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