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!
Really thrilled to have this in the store !
A great vintage rolling medical cabinet. It has a formica top and front and turquoise metal sides and back. The back also has a towel rack. It is in excellent vintage condition. The formica has no cracks or splits.
A tad rusty, but aren’t we all ?
It would fit right in a vintage industrial-look office, bathroom or bedroom!
Rolling medical cabinet with formica top and front and turquoise metal sides and back.
Back of the medical cabinet showing the towel rack.
Jane’s granddaughter Nico discovered the sister dolls and just had to have them!
She has called them Christine and Jane. Isn’t that sweet ?
In store right now we have lots of bits and pieces of vintage kitchen ware. So fun to mix and match.
From a red-handled rolling pin to a green potato masher and interesting mixing bowls of all sorts!
Green masher $12
Kitchen motif tablecloth
Flour, salt and pepper shakers.
Some Glo-Hill serving pieces.
Our fifth season! Can you believe it ?
Jane and Christine are excited to be opening this Saturday morning.
We have lots of new vintage items in the shop including a pair of amazing glass-topped tubular chrome console tables, a beautiful teak desk, three formica tables and lots of textiles!
Jane busy ironing up the vintage textiles.
Even though the store will not be open until May 28th, we are going to have a YARD SALE in the front courtyard this Saturday, May 21st.
This will be a sale of bits and bobs we have collected through buying, but that won’t make it into the store!
ALL proceeds from this sale will go to help those in need in Fort MacMurray.
We’ll start at 8:30 am. Cash only.
Jane and Christine are busy gathering all kinds of new items for our 5th season.
Mrs. Nicholson Home will re-open on Saturday, May 28th, 2016.
We can’t wait! Spring is in the air.
Such a beautiful place to live!
Mrs. Nicholson Home is open today for Christmas shopping until 3 pm.
We will re-open in May 2016.
If you see something on the website you would like to enquire about over the winter, please do not hesitate to e-mail Christine at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
She will be around all winter in beautiful Annapolis Royal.
Thank you all for your business in 2015.
See you in the spring.
Our last day of the present season will be this Saturday, October 10th.
We will be open, as usual, until 5 pm.
Thanks so much for shopping with us this year!
Mrs. Nicholson Home will be closed in November but we will open again for some Christmas shopping in December:
Friday night, December 11th: 3 pm to 7 pm
Saturday, December 12th: 10 am to 3 pm
Saturday, December 19th: 10 am to 3 pm
Come join us on the Friday night, December 11th for some Christmas tarts and hot apple cider.
We will have our vintage Christmas bits front and centre and our collection of antique and vintage dolls will be out and for sale.
Vintage Christmas ballies ($5 each).
Isn’t this a sweet version of a pinwheel design ?
1940s or 50s. Excellent condition.
76″ long by 62″ wide.
Pinwheel quilt $125