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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Another Day at Woods Auction

Since we go to this place so often I have decided to post a permanent link to their site under "Additional Links" to the right of this page!
We spent Sunday at the auction. We have been going to this place for almost 10 years and Elizabeth has been coming with us since she was a baby. Today she bought her first items, with her mommy's help of course. The owner told her to hold her card up until he says that she can put it down but her mommy and daddy know better! You would think that she would be interested in little girl stuff. Here is what she bought



and here is Deborah trying one out.



Two oak rockers. One is arts and crafts and the other is mission style. If you want to know what the difference is, it was $20.00! We don't know where we are going to put them but I'm sure it will be in front of a fireplace!

2 Comments:

At 8/30/2007 9:27 AM, Blogger John said...

Your girl has got taste.

I saw some modern reproductions (pretty good quality) last weekend. They were only $500 each.

 
At 8/30/2007 9:36 AM, Blogger Gary said...

Wow! $500 for a REPRODUCTION? I'll stick with originals then. These babies cost us $80 for the two. One was $50 and the other was $30 hence the $20 difference. Granted, the cushions need to be re-upholstered but that won't come anywhere near $920.

 

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