my Flat-to-the-wall (pic shows Aynsley china set also sold).
A dresser/server/bureau/TV stand
(I don't know what to call this piece) where all my great aunt's Limoges was kept.
A not antique Oak hall tree, an overmantle, 2 wicker trunks, 1 antique wicker chair, a wicker vanity, 2 foot stools, 2 Eastlake unmatched parlor tables, 1 Eastlake parlor chair, 2 wooden benches, 1 headboard cutoff (seen in above pic of couch), 1 shutter shelf, 1 antique floor trilight, 2 quilt racks, 10 vintage quilts, 300 + pieces of Limoges (seen above), 8 place setting of Aynsley + serving pieces (also seen above).
A large pile of vintage linens, 1 vintage christening dress, a framed stained glass, milk bottles and mustard crocks, and 1 antique Singer head.
An organ stool, 6 pictures (3 framed Brass rubbings, a vintage print of a young girl looking at the Blue Bird of Happiness, a Teapot picture and a Teacup pic)
Then there was the Boston Fern stand with a fake Boston Fern, 3 sets of glass door knobs, and probably lots more I can't even remember to list.
All in all I made over $1000.00 for an garage sale I didn't even know I was going to have! Whooppee !
It was tiring for all, and I am so grateful for my nephew who helped load their vans, my sister and Brother-in-law who helped keep it all organized (as much as we could), and the 2 ladies who had a ball purchasing all my stuff which would probably have gone to the Goodwill !! See - sometimes good thing do happen.