Tuesday, March 22, 2011

New Primitive Furniture Pieces

We here at The Crows Corner have been very busy getting ready for our Spring Open House on April 15 & 16. I thought I would show you some of the furniture pieces we will have available. We have any been busy handcrafting those one of a kind items. here is just a little peek at some furniture pieces.

We will also have other furniture pieces, garden items, small primitive pieces, crocks, canning crocks, our special one of a kind dolls, geraniums, vintage cloth and linens, lanterns, birds and nests, punch needle, pin keeps and enough items to fill every shelf, nook and cranny and many more. I will start to post some items as they near completion. A special thanks need to go out to my friendd Denise, my daughter Jennifer and my dear hubby Dennis who without their help, this would not be possible. As always, thank you for taking the time to stop by for a visit. Blessings, Lynda

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Patented December 18, 1917

We have this great old tin butter churn available for sale.
It is in great condition and has all original parts to the best of my knowledge. It even has the original wooden paddles inside, with a wooden split lid. This is an awesome piece.

In this picture, you can see the patent date. I have not seen many of these in this condition. Visit us at www.thecrowscorner.com for more specifics and pricing.

We also have this mid to late 1800's coverlet with the name in the lower corner. it is a great blue and white and would be great over a bed, back of a couch or hanging. It is also in great condition.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Primitive Items For Sale

Hi, thanks for stopping by. I just wanted to list a few pictures of items that we are putting in the shop this week. I will get these listed at www.thecrowscorner.com along with dimensions and prices. I will just tell you a little about the pieces.
First I have this old bucket/firkin. It has a beautiful patina which can only come from age.

Next is the great little shelf. I added a curtain made from an old feed sack with red and blue strips on it. The curtain is hanging from rusty wire. I think this would look great in any room.

I have added many new table runners. These are salvaged pieces of very old loomed rugs. Each have different colors and are differnt sizes.

This great little house I found at a barn sale. My dear hubby was ready to crown me because it was in pieces. He has it all fixed up and would make a great bird house or a great piece for a primitive display in your home.

Next is the great wool carder with a little bit of raw wool tied to the handle.

This footstool is made from 100 year old barn siding off my grandpa's farm. The top is hand hooked with pieces off wool and it just tacked on with 4 carpet tacks. It can easily be removed for cleaning or if you wanted to paint the wood. A really great little piece.

Next is this 4 quart glass butter churn. If you look at the bottom of the glass it goes in around the bottom. This piece is in great shape.
This is a 5 gallon crock butter churn. It has the complete paddle inside. Another great piece.

The last piece for today is the great primitive high chair. It has a wonderful green color to it

Well I guess that is it for my listings today. I am still busy making more fabric boxes, Easter items, jewelry, handbags, dolls and much more. I will be listing more items this week. As always, thank you for visiting, Lynda