Wednesday, January 11, 2012

What's New?


The past couple of weeks we have been trying to fit in as many mini day trips and auctions as we can. Keeping the shop full keeps us busy. Two weeks ago Anne and I spent the whole weekend searching for treasures. On Saturday we drove around southern Wisconsin in search of goods, and came up almost empty handed. Then Sunday we headed north again, and we actually ran into our new friend,from Urbanfarmgirlandco at an auction. It's always nice to run into fellow junkers like yourself, however, because we were so chatty, we were actually asked to be quiet. I felt like I was back in grade school, both embarrassed and annoyed! Anyway, Anne and I left pretty much empty handed from that too, so we were off again this past weekend. This time, we had more luck, a whole van full kind of luck. We just wanted to share a little of what's new at the shop. Auction jan 173 (800x450)
We loooove this old biscuit box.


Auction jan 182 (450x800)


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This is a great little cabinet which would look good in any room of the house. She is painted in Annie Sloan's Country Grey. 


Auction jan 172 (800x450)
This piece made its debut the last 2 sales and got lots of notice.  It would work as a great desk, work bench or kitchen island.  It's fab!


Auction jan 167 (450x800)
An adorable old baby scale with some reworked antique trim pieces (they make great jewelry displays when hooks are added).


Auction jan 146




Auction jan 154 (800x450) (615x449)
This table is not new, but customers have shown a ton of interest.  We found lots of small chairs this weekend, a couple new stools too.


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Little soap dishes.


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Auction jan 138 (800x450)


Jan shop 2 054 (450x800)
Get ready to make something special for your Valentine next month with this vintage cake pan.


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Old army blankets, and new baskets in different sizes.


Auction jan 177 (450x800)
This was used in the making of huge poles for the Wisconsin Electric Company.  So cool!


Auction jan 162 (450x800)


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The secretary got a face lift recently.  It turned out so cute.


Auction jan 159 (450x800)
This chippy old leather top stool is so perfect.  It just needs a little tlc.


Auction jan 183 (800x450)
We thought this should be left unpainted for a while.  It's in really good shape.  But boy oh boy will she be pretty with some ASCP on her!


Auction jan 178 (800x450)
We've added quite a few cool pieces of hardware.


 Auction jan 193 (800x449)

Vintage dictionary bundles. 


Auction jan 196 (413x800)

Mini Book bundles.


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We are crazy about this blue grey shelf.  Anne has her eye on it already!


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Auction jan 152 (800x450)
These metal numbers would look great attached to a basket. There are lots of other treasures too. 


We hope to see you out this weekend.  We are open this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 12th, 13th, and 14th.  Hours are 10-5 on Thursday and Friday, and 10-3pm on Saturday.  We are located at 22029 N. Pepper Road, Unit 2 in Lake Barrington, IL.  You can always drop us an email at tatteredtiques@gmail.com, or give us a call at 224-633-9750 if you have any questions.



4 comments:

  1. I was actually at the auction you were at on Sunday. I was frustrated because it seemed you were getting all the good stuff! Now I understand why - I have been watching your blog and you have amazing taste! I'll say hi next time I see you. :-)

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  2. Thanks for visiting me cause now I found you. Your email is turned off so I could not reply. I am you newest follower! Marcy

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  3. I loved my field trip to your store on Saturday -- came home with several things including the heart pan ---- I loved it -- and your neighbors as well ---- can't wait to visit again.

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  4. Cheryl, Glad you enjoyed your visit. We adored that cake tin, so glad it went home with you to enjoy!
    Julie

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