Thanks to Michele McBride, the Stone House Antiques Center is now the Source for Vintage Textiles. Stone Cottage Workshop is located on the 2nd floor and offers a great mix of one-of-a-kind vintage fabrics. Michele has over 20 year's experience in the industry. She also refurbishes unloved vintage furniture and specializes in nontoxic amazing painted finishes from formal to distressed. Her furniture pieces include Edwardian, vintage farmhouse, and mid-century modern.
You can still have the “Thrill of the Hunt” when you’re looking through the assortment of mixed textiles from grand to casual, vintage sewing items, ribbons and trim, kitchenware, silver plate and painted furniture.
You will find everything well-organized, neatly placed, hung, folded, tied and ready to purchase. You will discover the highest quality antique and vintage textiles.
Stop by & welcome Stone Cottage Workshop to the Stone House Antiques Center & bring back something special for your home.
Great collection of 16 antique tobacco tin containers, along with the wooden container shelf which can hold up to 30 containers. This is a unique organizer for all your smalls, for an office or art supplies. It’s so primitive and a must have interior design accessory for 2014. This great piece is located in Karen Taylor's showroom on the 2nd floor of the Stone House Antique's center.
1920’s Black Iron Milking Stool. It’s a great little machine age industrial stool. Perfect for a plant stand, child’s seat on the patio or an end table. Located in Karen Taylor’s showroom on the 2nd floor.
This antique bronze reproduction has amazing detail showing great old patina.
The original Dancing Fauna statue was discovered during the 1830 excavation of Pompeii Italy at the House of Faun which was built in the 2nd century AD during the Samnite period (200 - 80 BC). The Dancing Fauna is one of the most recognizable sculptural statues in the world. The original Dancing Fauna Statue is now located at the National Archeological Museum, Naples, Italy.
This piece is available on the first floor of the Stone House and would make a great statement no matter where you place him. He would be welcome in any home or garden.
From the Owner's Desk