The table is from southern Indiana. I liked its tapered, turned legs. The scrub box is pretty primitive for me, but I think it works in this grouping. The lamp needs to be antiqued or painted--any suggestions?
I have a weakness for treenware and loved the patina on this piece. This dealer thought it might have held sugar, but after seeing a similar piece on Antiques Roadshow, I thought maybe loose tea.
Also found some great handcrafted items. The funky tree will probably go in my kitchen.
Photos don't do this wonderful bird by Ginny Henson justice. We weren't familiar with her work but she has a unique way of incorporating primitives, such as the hog scraper candlestick here.
And for old finds, my turkey collection is making its annual appearance.
|Ceramic by local artist Chris Farr|