Wednesday, June 15, 2011

New Items at Treasures South and 1/2 Price Blog Followers Special!!

All of today's New Arrivals are to be found in the South Treasures Building.  Next week we will feature new items in the North Building.

 Welcome all, I just wanted to show you some of the latest arrivals at Treasures.  One of our dealers may have just brought in that item you have been searching for.  Above we see a charming Victorian Era framed print of a mother and her two children.  You can find it on the end of the last isle in booth HH.

 The doll to the right is a wonderful reproduction and can be found in booth #300

Above is a Victorian Era Pillow, perfect for the Fourth of July! It is in a front display, near the door. (Dealer #800)

The great spinning wheel to the right belongs to a new dealer, #557, she is down the 3rd aisle, and is the 3rd booth on your right.  The quilt behind the spinning wheel is a stunner, it is from the mid 1800, and has never been washed.  Oh, and right now this dealer has 20% off anything that is red, white or blue!

 This charming gold leaf table is so sweet, and has the traditional red peaking out beneath the gold leaf.  There are also flowers decoupaged on the top and shelf below.  It is in the first aisle on the right, dealer #170

The white dress just came in last week and is on the third aisle in booth #175, while this great 1930's wedding ring quilt is down aisle 2 on the right in dealer #800's booth, just look up!

The black chest has a wonderful shabby patina, and is under $200, (dealer #313) and the Pink Freud sign in in booth #160, and is $13, its a reproduction style tin sign.
And if you are looking for a school size abacus you will find one in Dealer #007's booth, down the second aisle 4 booth from the back on the left.

And now for the blog special.  If you sign on as a follower and come in and tell the clerk at the desk that you are, you can buy this set of original oil paintings, in their wide ornate frame for half of their marked price!!  The paintings measure approximately 12 by 15, with the addition of very wide ornate frames. (They are to be found down the third aisle in the back left booth!) 

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