Once again it is First Friday time in Annapolis Royal this Friday night September 2nd.
Mrs Nicholson Home will be open till 9 pm for shopping and our great Bluegrass band musicians will be here around 7 pm to play for you all.
Lots going on as usual in the tiny perfect town of Annapolis Royal.
We are thrilled to be able to welcome Leslie Lawrence to Mrs. Nicholson Home for a pop-up antique jewelry sale during Arts Unleashed! on August 27th.
Leslie Lawrence has worked in the jewellery industry for many years. Many of you will recognize her from her years as manager and buyer at FireWorks Gallery in Halifax.
Retirement has found Leslie back in Annapolis Royal where, as a child, she developed a passion
for antique jewellery while accompanying her parents on their search for antique furniture.
Her search has never stopped as she has been collecting period jewellery for over forty five years.
Come join us on Saturday August 27th for her Pop Up at Mrs. Nicholson Home and see her recent shipment of Antique British Gold and Sterling Silver Jewellery.
See below a sneak preview of some of the pieces Leslie will have on the 27th.
Just in this week, these 4 amazing Lucite and chrome swivel dining chairs.
They are in excellent vintage condition. No rips, tears or cracks. They were made by the Liberty Ornamental Iron Ltd in Concord Ontario.
Very sweet around our enamel baking table.
Amazing Lucite and chrome chairs!
Enamel baking table (SOLD)
This Friday is First Friday in Annapolis Royal.
Mrs. Nicholson Home will be open till 9pm. as will lots of other shops.
There will be lots of music around town as well. And, of course, the pool is open for a refreshing late evening swim until 10 pm.
Hope to see you here in the TPT (tiny perfect town)
First Friday August 5th
We’re delighted to have this set of four pieces of Lane furniture in the shop.
Lane furniture was made in Altavista, Virgina.
Lane furniture is known for its impeccable craftsmanship including dove-tailed joints.
Our pieces are authentic Lane marked with the Lane logo and a serial number which identifies the date the piece was made. For example, our side tables are marked 2 667208 which means the pieces were made on August 27th 1966 in plant #2.
These are sturdy, well made pieces.
The credenza would make a great TV console to hide away your DVD player and PVR!
Don’t like the brown ? Paint them and pick out the applied decoration in gilt paint. Would look fabulous!!
Lane coffee table and two end tables from the early 60s.
Original glass tops.
Excellent condition and so practical. $575 set.
Lane matching credenza to the coffee and end tables with original glass.
Would make a fabulous TV console.
Buy console, end tables and coffee table for $750!