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what a nice statement when you first walk in... crocks and sampler wall

THE SCARLETT HOUSE--what a nice statement when you first walk in. crocks and sampler wall

barn red with a lighter back

FARMHOUSE – INTERIOR – vintage early american farmhouse showcases raised panel walls, barn wood floor, exposed beamed ceiling, and a simple style for moulding and trim, like in this farmhouse circa 1892 homestead primitives by the gingham goose shop tour.

Daryl McMahon: Chester county spice cupboard

In response to the emails about my shelf seen recently in a magazine.- Above: My shelf photographed by Robin Stubbert.

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Behind My Red Door: Part two of my bittersweet experience

TGIF - can you believe the first week of September is coming to a clsoe already? It realy seeemd to fly by with the Monday holiday, didn't i.

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Winter/Holiday 2011 issue - A Primitive Place & Country Journal is a primitive & colonial inspired home and garden magazine published 4 times per yr. For more info, visit www.

1810-1815 print: "A City Chop House" by Thomas Rowlandson - Chop houses were common establishments in 18th and 19th century Britain, where men could buy a meal and drink for a relatively low price.  More often than not, to eat one's dinner at a chop house was the sign of a bachelor - and, therefore, was not always desirable in a society where to be a married homeowner was a mark of masculinity and maturity.

A City Chop House: 1810 - 1815 (Rowlandson) Museum of London

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China Cabinet, My House, Chinese Cabinet

Pook & Pook. April 25th & 26th 2014. Lot 609. Pennsylvania walnut hanging corner cupboard, early 19th c., with a raised panel door & fishtail base, 55 1/2" h., 22 3/4" w.  Good condition. No apparent damages or repairs.  Removed from a home in Columbia, Pennsylvania. Estimated: $3000 - $4000.

Pook & Pook. April 25th & 26th 2014. Lot 609. Pennsylvania walnut hanging corner cupboard, early 19th c., with a raised panel door & fishtail base, 55 1/2" h., 22 3/4" w. Good condition. No apparent damages or repairs. Removed from a home in Columbia, Pennsylvania. Estimated: $3000 - $4000.

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