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New at Veranda, This Week

Hello there!,

Today’s my day, to toil at Veranda Antiques. And of course I always like to check out the new additions to our inventory! Let me show you around.

Lora found these beauties. Old candelabras that are turn of the century, and would look great anywhere, especially the garden. I’d guess they were spending their early years in a church. Approximately 4 and 6 feet high. $250 each. Better get them, before I do!

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Lora also scored this vintage settee, with a string of grape leaves and a bunch of grapes along the back. $425. Of course the Pillows are from my shop, $49 each.

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Beast to Victorian iron brackets are really wonderful if you have a need for them. $95.
I brought in this sweet tea cart that is great for outdoors. $149.

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Linda just brought in this great outdoor table and four chairs with the original vinyl seats. New tempered glass is stored away safe but it’s also included for $395.

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Fran recently brought in this aqua green sofa table for $225.

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Well, that about wraps things up here at the shop. My sister, Marianne brought in soup for lunch and lots of ladies have been out shopping, so it’s been lots of fun! Must be my magnetic personality!

As always, thanks for stopping by! I’ll make sure that you get to heaven, when the time comes. (did I really just say that?)

Cheers!,
Barbara

Hugs,
Barbara

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  1. What a wonderful place to work! I love the cart that you brought in and the cabinet on it. I’d almost consider going back to work, if I could work there. How do you keep from buying everything you see? I would have to get a second job to pay for my first job. Well, you know what I mean.

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