What We've Been Up To

Well, in spite of our best intentions, we've once again been negligent in keeping our blog updated. I see it's been 8 months since our last post. For those of you interested in keeping tabs on us, Lori is much more diligent about posting to our Instagram account, so that is always the best way to see our latest news and finds.


For those of you not on Instagram, here is a quick catch-up. Since all of our antique shows for the past year were cancelled, we pivoted to marketing our new pieces through a couple print catalogs which we distributed in the last quarter of 2020. In case you missed them, digital versions can be found here:

and here:

If you'd like hard copies of these catalogs, feel free to drop us a line.


We do try to keep our website as current as our schedule allows. To see the most recently added stock, check our New Stock page from time to time.


On the personal front, we took advantage of the extended time off the road to finish a portion of our home's basement. It has been a much appreciated space for the family to partake of all the additional media viewing we've been doing since being stuck at home. It seems a number of our designer-clients and private clients have also been similarly busy. Quarantine has brought on a desire to make the home a true refuge of peace and joy. We've been happy to help on several re-models, re-vamps, and new builds over the past months. If you have an itch to upgrade some pieces or re-do a particular space, just give us a call to see how we can help.


Now that the vaccine distribution is in full swing, we can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. That means a return to the antique shows which have been such a huge part of our business for the past 30 years. While The Philadelphia Show will be an online-only affair this year, we're happy to add to our calendar the returns of the Lauritzen Gardens Show in Omaha and the San Francisco Fall Antique Show as our first in-person shows since the pandemic began a year ago.


We look forward to seeing you all again very soon whether it be in your own hometown or here at our shop.

March 08, 2021 by Mark Finke