She made a beeline for me, proffering a large Acoma vase with a traditional white, ochre and black design, which she insisted I accept. 1.2.2012 | Indestructible Collectibles | An Accidental Collection | For Love of the Frame 12.5.11 | Patience Pays Off | Cat and Mouse Game | Seeing Antiques in a Whole New Way | History Locked in a Locket 11.7.11 | Moving Antiques | Hidden Treasure | Good Will | The "Original" House that Jack Built?10.7.11 | An Impression of Degas 10.3.11 | All Dolled Up 9.26.11 | A Vital Violin 9.26.11 | An Article of History 9.12.11 | Design Is In the Details 9.5.11 | A Small Touch-Up 8.29.11 | Home With a History 8.22.11 | A Poetic Piece 8.15.11 | A Young Girl and her Bird 8.8.11 | Delightful Dishes 8.1.11 | A Philadelphia Story 7.25.11 | Connected through Collectibles 7.18.11 | Judging a Painting By Its Cover 7.11.11 | Under a Rock 7.4.11 | Stories of Adventure 6.27.11 | Musical Roots 6.20.11 | Cornered the Market 6.13.11 | Through the Eyes of a Child 6.6.11 | A Spoonful 5.23.11 | Two-of-a-Kind 5.16.11 | Costumed as Costume Jewelry 5.9.11 | Architectural Antiques 5.2.11 | Buy What You Love 4.25.11 | Newsworthy Newspaper 4.15.11 | Curb-side Find 4.11.11 | String Lineage 4.4.11 | Instrument of History 3.28.11 | Secret Signature 3.21.11 | Hunting for Family Heirlooms 3.14.11 | Family Photo with a Famous Cameo 3.7.11 | Thrift Shop Payoff 2.28.11 | A Ride to Remember 2.18.11 | Long-Lost Letter 2.14.11 | Folsom Prison Ship 2.7.11 | Saving Charleston 1.31.11 | Christmas Ornament 1.24.11 | Digging for Treasure 1.14.11 | Little Book Nobody Wanted 1.10.11 | Civil War Cup | Refurbished Table | Grandma's Table | Presidential Find 12.6.10 | A Good Deed Rewarded | German "Log Box" | Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery | Kid's Cup 11.8.10 | Gorges Book 11.1.10 | Willow Ware | Dish Discovery | One-of-a-Kind Knife 10.8.10 | The Fork and the Spoon 10.4.10 | Family Firearm 9.27.10 | Thrift Store Painting 9.20.10 | One Rainy Night 9.13.10 | A Watercolor Wonder 8.30.10 | You Never Know...We went and after watching the dancers in the church, accompanied Larry to his mother's house for lunch.
Sulka and Company Robe 4.16.10 | Maxfield Parrish Print 4.12.10 | How Sweet It Is 4.5.10 | All for 89 Cents 3.29.10 | A True Friend 3.22.10 | Beachcombing Discovery 3.15.10 | World's Fair Tapestry 3.8.10 | Thai Silver 3.1.10 | Oyster Art 2.22.10 | Grandpa's Pocket Watch 2.15.10 | Folks Go Gaga for This Tapestry 2.8.10 | Dante Chair 2.1.10 | Napoleon Lamp 1.25.10 | Original Robert Wood?
Three years ago, both my parents passed away, and I had to come back to Holland after 12 years working and living in Greece.
I got very ill and had to sell the trunk, and it turned out to be a little treasure.
It was in good condition — not a spot of rust on it anywhere — and the only real problem was that the two front wheels were missing.
Other than that, though, I was pleasantly surprised to see there were absolutely no dings or dents in it at all.