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Saturday, July 12, 2008

Is ........ for sale?

I've been getting lots of emails in the last few days inquiring if certain items are for sale. This is a good thing. :) I thought I'd take a minute to explain my store etc.
I have a web site, with items that I'm selling. It does not have a shopping cart. If you want to purchase or inquire, just send me an email (there are links all over the place) and I'll respond with a price and approx shipping costs etc. You can get to my store by clicking the link to the right or by clicking the link below.

Jewelry is on a separate page but there is a link to that from the one above.

I also sell on ebay and you can view my current sales by clicking the link to the right or by clicking the link below.

If you see something I've purchased in a blog, many times I pick up extras if they have them and they just might be for sale, feel free to inquire about anything. If I'm not selling it, I might be able to tell you where to go to find it.

In addition I have a booth at an antique mall, and I thought I'd post some current pictures so you can see what is available. Feel free to ask about anything.

The child's hutch is display only, as well as the dining table.

Looks like the shelf you see there sold now.

This is my altered art trinkets center. Lots of little stuff, like scrabble letters and bits and pieces here.

Doll parts anyone?

Some architectural bits and pieces

Sign is $39 Cash register flags are $5 ea

The porcelain glove mold is $32, clocks are $12, piano rolls are $9.50

I accept paypal and money orders. I've been at this a long time, and I know how to pack and ship, and I always look for the least expensive shipping method. I must collect 6.75% sales tax for Texas addresses.


Sher said...

Wow! How things have changed since that first photo you showed us of your display!

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Thanks so much for the gentle reminder. I will be in touch via email just as soon as I figure out what I most want. Hint: It has something to do with Grandmother's broken dish. ;>

misselaineous said...

hey margo! your space @ the antique shop looks awesome! just the right mix of organization & interesting vignettes that make a junkers heart go pittypat! you have a real gift of putting the neatest things together! I had to close down my space @ the resale shop...the owner decided to move 1 town hopefully she'll have an available spot for us in august..maybe by then the sales will be better too..this has been the worst summer for junkin'...even the thrifts have had slim pickins...maybe it's time to go shopping up in my own barn again...=}....have a great week..*elaine*

countrygirl3031 said...

Margo - your shop looks exquisite. Wish I lived closer so I could come and shop!!!!

Thanks for all the blog's helping!!!


Jan~Feather Your Nest Antiques said...

Love your booth. There's nothing better than an antique booth that requires you to browse for several minutes in order to see eveything. I love booths like that. That's how they all should be. Visit me if you get a chance. We have some things in common.


Joy Zaczyk said...

Ummmm, I love it all!!!

Rosemary said...

Hi Margo,
You always have the coolest stuff!!

Debi said...

Absolutely Wonderful blog, loving the pics and all the displays!! Margo, thank you for your help in the HGTV message boards. And hopefully I can do just half as good as you do at this blogging. Athough I do believe I am hooked. :) Thanks again. Keep up the wonderful job!! Love checking it out.

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