How does your kitchen table look? What is better than a card table

Drop leaf tables are better than card tables. We also have new sets if you require an update.

Company coming for the holidays? Do you have enough seating?

We do, come in and see our selection of seating. Here are a few

New Century word of the week November 10-15

I apologize, Witches Month distracted me. I am back on task. Thank you for your patients.

Low Boy: American term for a small dressing table with drawers; often made en suite with a high boy.

Lustre Glass: Originally a chandelier, a lustre is now usually a vase with flaring rim from which hand prismatic glass pendants; candle lustres are candle stands with hanging glass pendants.

Lyre back: Chair back in which the back is carved in the shape of a lyre (late eighteenth century).

On to M words

Maigelein: Early German drinking glass in the form of a low palm cup (without handles) and with a ‘kick’ ( a cone of glass drawn up inside as with many modern wine bottles).

Magolica: Earthenware with a tin enamel glaze, Made in Italy in the fifteenth-eighteenth centuries. The name is said to derive from the island of Majorca, whence Spanish luster-ware was exported to Italy.

Malling Jugs: Tin enameled pottery jugs globular in shape, made probably in London, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Manheim Gold: Alloy of copper, zinc and tin.

We have Holiday Decor, Do you?

We have dishes for your entertaining

This is only a small sample be sure to come in to see the rest.

What is New as of November 3

20 % off Store Owned

Table Clothes and Table Runners Through November. Stop in and see what we have. Here is a small sample.

 

Fall Has Arrived

Witch’s and Dragons oh my!

What is new as of October 11,2017