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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

The Plum Tree finally has a permanant header

If you have been getting the Plum Tree Blog for a while, you probably noticed that I can not make up my mind regarding the header. I'm not trying to confuse everyone by having a different one every time you open it up, and now you won't.

I have the most amazing friends and sometimes wonder what I have done to deserve them or the things they do for me. Well the other day one of the greatest guys I know, Frank Smith presented me with the most wonderful gift, an original painting of The Plum Tree.

The detail on this painting cannot be captured on my camera, but believe me he did not miss a thing. The painting is incredible and so very thoughtful ~ Thank you Frank~

If you are interested in a painting of your home or business, Frank would love to do one for you. Just send me a clear photo via email and I will be glad to get you a quote.


This week, a few of the dealers came in with tons of great things, so I hope you enjoy the pictures and see something you are looking for.

~See you Soon~


This is a wonderful old cabinet with a pretty lacy curtain ~perfect size for a television and would look great on a sleeping porch.

Pair of old woven bottom chairs

If you love horses, are an equestrian or just collect horse related items, these are for you. First the vintage print is of a vintage show horse in original frame, a show helmet and small boot shaped vase gathered together they make a nice presentation.


Tons of great antique photos

More seashore decor



Vintage comb and brush set in original box


This week, Mildred the mannequin is sitting atop an old steamer trunk in an unusual shape, complete with hanging rod and built in suitcases


Vintage Dobler Brewing Co. (Albany NY) serving tray.
Artist A. Asti


This adorable old child's highchair dish with a little girl pulling two doxie's toward a bearskin rug is reminiscent of the early 20's

It's still Summer and these retro coolers are still usable and fun to collect.



I just love the graphics on these old books, with condition close to mint.
Something for Nothing by E.J. Rath ~copyright 1928
Lady Bird by Grace Livingston Hill ~copyright 1930
&
Gas-Drive In by E. J. Rath ~copyright 1925

4 comments:

Leigh said...

Everything looks great! Mom and I came in this week, but we missed you that day. I took some pictures though and posted about our visit on my blog today. Hope to see you next time!

The Feathered Nest said...

I missed you too sweet friend...I stopped in to buy a few quail eggs for artwork and found the wonderful word cards of Mike's!! The store looks better than ever! I'm picking up Fifi Sunday morning from the airport for Jean's photo shoot Monday....I hope your kitty is feeling better ~ xxoo, Dawn
ps. Frank's painting is WONDERFUL!!!

sweetpea said...

Love the new header Cindy! It's just awesome!

Hugs,
Shelley

artgirlATL said...

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