Monday, March 2, 2009
This was Christmas time at Lakewood 400. My favorite show. Love the people. I moved inside for the winter months, liked it so much decided to stay indoors. I can bring my glassware and not worry about the wind and rain. You will meet some of my friends and there wares as soon as I get the pictures. Sue Beaman has flower pots made out of garden tractor tires, and my friends Lauri and Lulu make one of a kind necklaces. Be sure and check out their blog. 2chippys.blogspot.com.
These are some of my nuggets. I love primitives and Victorian as you will see. Notice the chamber pot and blue slop jar on the night stand. I tell people the difference in the 2 pieces was your status. Rich to middle class people had chamber pots, poor people had slop jars. My family of course had slop jars. Another cool piece to me is churns and old pottery. I have a room full.
Friday, February 27, 2009
Why nugutt's nuggets? My name is Janice Cook. I live in Hogansville Ga. I am in the Antiques and collectible business. I was raised by my grandparents. living with an aunt and uncle. My Aunt Jackie started calling me Nugutt when she was in school. She said it was in a science book and it described me. I went through school and I never came across anything like that word. In my business I run across many great items, at yardsales, fleamarkets, estate sales and shows. I refer to them as Nuggets. Sometimes I get things I don't know what it is, that is when I need your help with my section on "What Is It?" Thanks for visiting my blog, it is new and not complete, but in time maybe, but I don't think blogs are ever complete.