Monday, May 2, 2016

1908 Hoosier Special Early-Style Oak Cabinet


1930s Marsh Apartment-Sized Hoosier-Style Cabinet


1910 Napanee Early Oak Hoosier-Style Cabinet


1933 Hoosier "Suntan Oak" Cabinet


1930s Tan/Brown Enamel Wood-Legged Table


1920s Kitchen Enamel Work Table


1930s Maple Wooden Table w/4 Chairs

1940s Blue/White "Asters" Enamel Table

1940s Narrow Hutch


1940s Black/White Deco Enamel Table


1920s Milk Paint Baking Table


1920s Canadian-made Baking Table


Saturday, June 20, 2015

Midsummer Note

Well, it's been a very long time since we last updated the shop blog. I hope to get around to updating it more often. At any rate, there are new Hoosier cabinets on the way as well as many interesting enamel tables and odds and ends in-shop.

Our hours have also changed: we've pushed most things back half an hour so from Wed-Sat we're open 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM and on Sunday we're open 12:00 PM to 5:30 PM. Hopefully that extra half-hour lift will let some after-workers get to browse.

Monday, May 5, 2014

Sun Rays & May Days


It's been a while since our last post but the warmer weather is finally here. It's been an extremely long, painful winter -- so it feels good!

Here are some pictures of new arrivals: first off is this 1928 Hoosier Beauty in painted white with brass hardware and rare red-trim enameled work surface. It's pretty eye-catching.


It's got original glass panes up top and cool shelving inside.


Here you can see how the red trim really sits nicely with the brass hardware over the white.


Inside!


This guy is a 1924 Hoosier Beauty that's been refinished in a golden oak color. The interior is cream and it has a black-edged enamel top work surface.


It's got some original door charts and fun tin shelves.


It's got original Hoosier hardware.


The 1927 Hoosier Beauty that's been here for just a little bit now has a creamy-white painted interior with a "periwinkle blue" edge on the enameled top.


This is so refreshing compared to the vaguely army-green that this sported before...


This aster-motif table also has the rare "periwinkle blue" secondary color. Really fun.



...or maybe you like red and white with sporty red chairs?


Here's the detail of the top motif.


...and if you're just looking for a surface to cook on, how about a Canadian-made baking table with a red and white top?


As always, there's tons of enamel-top and other tables in the shop.

So, HAPPY SPRING! -- and see you soon!

Friday, July 5, 2013

Monsoon Summer


We've finally gotten around to updating our blog site and rearranging the store again! Here are some pics of the new setup and odds and ends...

Monday, February 13, 2012

Valentine's Day Enamel Table Update

Just in time for Valentine's Day we have a red and white signed Mochi enamel table entitled "Hearts and Vines" from 1941.


32"x42" (32"x63" with leaf extended)

Friday, July 8, 2011

Some of Our Enamel Table Selection



Here's an unsigned Mochi black & white table with four chairs. The top is in very good condition and has a leaf that pulls out the long way to seat 8 (or at least 6).

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Time for a Suntan



It's summer vacation time and time for a sun tan! How about the kind without potentially harmful UV rays and that looks nice in your kitchen? This original finish oak suntan Hoosier cabinet from 1933 with sunburst decal and two tone finish is a summer dream for any country kitchen. Imagine rolling out some pie crust for strawberry rhubarb pie or preparing some summer berries for preserving on the smooth enamel top.


Saturday, June 4, 2011

Slate Products by Josh Burlette



Just in! New slate products by Josh Burlette of Poultney, VT. These maple leaf coasters and chickadee ornaments are made from re-purposed slate roof tiles!

Friday, June 3, 2011

"Ransom" DVD Now Available



We are proud to now offer this DVD of the play "Ransom" about Rochester's own Civil War hero, Ransom W. Towle. Written and directed by members of the "White River Valley Players", Dick Robson and Ethan Bowen, it explores the war both away and at home through letters, dramatization and music. Other contributors to the script include Joe Schenkman (who also contributed historical research), Ethan Bowen, and April Dodd. It features original music by Dorthy Robson and "The Wildwood Flowers" very own, Jake Wildwood, as well as a selection of traditional music. A talented cast and crew bring it to life!