Happy Monday my friends.
Isn't this a great tower of primitive crates?
It is in Bob's booth in Ridge Antiques.
He is one of the owners.
I love this beautiful religious piece.
I have a similar one, at my house, that I cannot let go of.
Yes, I am a terrible seller.
A marvelous urn.
I think this is Jimmy's.
It is hard to keep up with all their booths.
The three of them have a lot of space in these two joined buildings.
They also have a lot of knowledge about antiques.
Mary Ann has quite the collection of flow blue in this magnificent corner cabinet.
These tear drop knobs are something serious on this chest.
The image is blurry but I love this piece that Mary Ann has in the kitchen area.
Mary Ann has a great flair for primitives.
All you rooster lovers look at these old rooster dishes.
She has an enormous set.
I am eyeing that chippy red toolbox in the center of the farm table.
I hope you enjoyed Jimmy's, Mary Ann's and Bob's booths.
They own and/or manage Ridge Antiques.
They are lovely people and I am honored to work with them and Beth.
605 Main St.
Ridge Spring, South Carolina
An easy way to remember how to find us is we are by The Nut House (woot)
on Highway 23.
CC has written her first blog about South Korea here.
I have told her to turn off word verification.
Joy and Peace