Item of The Week - Victorian Barrel Butter Churn
Posted August 24th, 2017 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week
Butter has long been a popular accompaniment to a wide variety of foods, and its use dates back as far as Biblical times. Ok, so Jesus may not have offered butter with his bread and wine(!) but nowadays, what is bread without butter? And in the days before large production factories and technical machinery you may wonder how butter was made? Well wonder no more; This week’s ‘Item of The Week’ is a Victorian Butter Churn.
Item of The Week - Continental Oak Plate Rack / Bookshelves
Posted August 18th, 2017 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week
We just didn’t think it was fair to keep this wonderful Continental Oak Plate Rack / Bookshelf to ourselves so we thought we would share it with you as our ‘Item of The Week’ and we think you will love It just as much as we do.
Item of The Week - Garden Fossil Bowl/Planter
Posted August 10th, 2017 by LoveAntiques and filed under Item of the Week
We’re not entirely sure how your Summer has been ours hasn’t been as sun – filled as we had hoped. However, it’s not quite over and we aren’t losing hope just yet! Hence why we have chosen this wonderful Garden-themed Item of The Week this week. It comes in the form of this Fossil Bowl/Planter.
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