My garden flowers tell me summer is winding down with white blooms of August. Summer is zooming by and I'm planning for Days of the Pioneer September 11, and 12, in Clinton, TN at the beautiful Museum of Appalachia. I hope you're all making plans to attend. Discounted tickets are available on line from the museum through August 24. Plan on being there two days as there is so much to see and do! My booth will be in the usual spot, first booth in the first shed, facing what I call the meadow. I've been squirreling away some treasures just for this show and can hardly wait to put them all together for you to see. The booth will be full inside and out so please stop by to visit! I'm truly looking forward to seeing you there!
All roads lead to TN in September! The items listed below are just some of the treasures I'll be offering at DAYS OF THE PIONEER. Feel free to call with questions. 630-985-9449
Early New England Dough box on legs with the best original paint and lift off lid with scrubbed surface
Tall Buttery Shelf unit with four shelves above and tall space below for hornbeams, barrels, mortars
Early cupboard base with one off set door
Eighteenth Century, NE attic surface bin with four sections which has been in my collection for years!
Shelves of various sizes and surfaces
Small early sawbuck table with interesting paint history, ME origin, EX John Henry collection
Bucket benches of various sizes and surfaces (3)
Early upholstered chairs (2)
Baskets, Bowls, and Wall Boxes
A good size hornbeam fresh from New Hampshire
Linsey wool quilts AND cotton quilts
Early American Treen plates
A collection of brooms and brushes of various sizes, types, ages in all price ranges
An early saddle and wooden "horse" as well as a US horse blanket
The booth will be FULL so please come early to see it all! I look forward to seeing you Friday and Saturday, September 11, and 12, at the awesome museum!
630-985-9449 or Landovermd@aol.com