Sad to say, we will be closing our booth at Picker Joe’s in February. We would like
to sell our inventory as a lot to a dealer or designer who will love our kitschy
furniture, paintings, housewares, etc. Come by to see lamps, books and linens. All
shelving and displays are included.
Please email at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to talk about pricing.
This fabulous vintage L.L. Bean canvas tote has the look of being well-traveled. Maybe it belonged to an adventurer. The well-worn leather just adds to the legend.
The tag inside is in script, so we know the bag is pre-1970’s. Since in all candor the bag had Howard Johnson and Piedmont airlines tags attached. the bag probably never went to Morocco or Tibet. But it is way cool and we added it to our booth at Picker Joe’s.
Good news! An adorable new monkey added to the now
very-crowded sock monkey shelf! This gal is named Endorra and to her it’s
I’m a lucky girl. My picking sister brought me a lovely addition to the sock monkey troop. Her name is Rae. (Seriously never knew monkeys travelled in troops, but my internet search said so.)
She’s a classic beauty, no? (No clue why she wanted to pose in this desk.)
This is her selfie.
As you can see, she’s settled in quite nicely. Welcome Rae!
We have seen some memorable signs picking our way through the southeast, but this one is brilliant in it’s simplicity. And it works.