We have a house chock-full of treasures for you this week, in Union! Our sale is from February 7-9. We have deck furniture, all kinds of household appliances, Yankees memorabilia, Elvis collectibles, antiques, beauty parlor equipment, prints, clothes, books, kitchen items, and so much more! For complete details and additional pictures, click here.
Come say hello to us at our two-day sale in Lodi, February 1-2. We have vinyl, religious figurines, prints, vintage collectibles, household appliances, garden tools and all types of furniture. For complete details and additional pictures, click here.
Celebrate a new year by joining us at our West New York sale, January 17-19. We have a house packed full of treasures, including antique furniture and collectible figurines. We also have books, vinyl, dolls, CDs, linens, china, shoes, clothes and tools. For complete details and additional pictures, click here. See you there!
With its origins in 16th century Venice, milk glass comes in a range of colors, among them white, pink, green, and yellow. It became popular during the Victorian era, when it was seen as a cheaper alternative to porcelain. Due to wide-spread production in the 50s and 60s, mid-century pieces from companies like Fenton, Westmoreland and Anchor Hocking are readily available today. One way to make sure that a piece is the real deal (60’s and earlier) is to hold it up to the light. Antique milk glass was made with iridized salts, and this produces a halo effect of iridescent reds, blues and greens. Take a look at this Pinterest board to get some great ideas on how to decorate with milk glass.
We are having a two-day sale this week, May 11-12, in Wyckoff, NJ. More details, hours, and address information are here. Items for sale include marble furniture, art prints, bedroom sets, instruments, kitchenwares, Lenox china and electronics. Stop by and see us!
Styled vintage suitcases have been popping up in decor magazines and chic storefronts for a while now, and it’s easy to see the appeal. Well-worn and traveled luggage conjures up all sorts of images in the mind–exotic locales, romance…adventure. The great thing about these popular pieces is that they are still fairly easy to find at estate sales, and that they offer all sorts of decorating possibilities for your home. They can be stacked in corners and simply used as storage or they can be painted and re-purposed into coffee tables, nightstands, and even medicine cabinets. For more ideas, see the DIY video above.