Saturday, November 8, 2008

Newest Consigner- Primitive Furniture Reproductions Locally Made

The following pics are ones I took today of some newly arrived handcrafted primitive furniture reproductions from one of our newest consigners, Jerry from Cross Lanes.

The finishes on these pieces are so well done I have already had customers who think they are actually old and not new reproductions.

Take a look at these then stop in and run your hand along the finish, you won't believe they aren't old. I bet you will want to add at least one of them to your home decor!

This whitewashed bin is currently holding some large Georgia pine cones, but it would make an awesome container for just about any collection you have.

This red primmed corner cabinet has a wonderful finish. The patina on it could be very convincing to make it hard to decide whether it were old or reproduction.

Here you can see a close up of the finish on the doors including their vintage spoon door handles.

The size of this cabinet and the fact that it was made in two separate pieces makes it a very useful cabinet for anyone's space.
The finish makes it look at those it just came from Gramma's attic.

This small red cabinet with prim finish is another wonderful example of Jerry's craftsmanship and attention to detail!

This table and four chairs just arrived also from Jerry. It has an excellent finish, its sturdy made and the chairs have wide deep seats just perfect for comfortable seating. It would make a perfect game table for your prim Gathering Room.

Here is a closeup of the finish on one of the four chair seats!

There are more newly consigned items made by Jerry currently in the shop. Stop by and see them and all our other hand crafted items soon!

See you soon,


Tina said...

Oh my, these are excellant...
Oh, I wish I had a house...
Wish I had a house...
Wish I even had an empty spot.
Great consignor.

Deb said...


Yep they are way cool!!!Glad you get to see them soon before they are gone!


Susan Graham said...

Oh my goodness! That is just SOO sweet!! Something like that would retail for a few hundred dollars and you did it Fabulously for oh so less!!! Thanks for the great pics of everything you did. :>

log furniture said...

Just wanted to stop by and say that I think you are very talented and I am so happy for you that things are falling into place. Your blog are soooo fun. Thanks for sharing.

Susan Graham