Winchester Antique Mall in Franklin

11.01.2016

Yesterday I shared a few places in Franklin that I shopped in last Friday and today we are continuing with my last stop....Winchester Antique Mall. This is a favorite shop of mine because they carry lots of the things I collect. I wish I had bottomless pockets so I could have snagged a few things, but I actually left without buying anything from them this time. 

Here are some of the things I saw this trip.

There was lots of ironstone.



Loved this huge scale. $300 is probably a fair price, but more than I had.

I saw several pine chests.





I have been on the hunt for an old horse toy and they are normally very expensive for the large old ones. This one was close to $700.

I came very close to buying this green bowl. I think it's a French tian bowl.

Pretty French chest.

Looks like it may be the original paper or cloth inside.

I don't understand why this finial is so expensive.

This chair was quite unique and old.

There was a pair of these, but very expensive.

Another pretty brass scale with the weights that were stored up front at the desk.

This should have come home with me. Darn!



Pretty piece and wish I had looked at it a bit more. One of these days I would like to replace the hutch in my dining room with an antique.



This room was filled with all things white.

Lots of beautiful vintage linens in this cabinet.


We end with this pretty headboard.

Good thing I don't live close to this shop!

See y'all back tonight for Wow Us Wednesdays!

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful pieces...I have always loved pine chests! Have a wonderful Tuesday, Kim!

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  2. Another great place!.....thanks for mapping out the great places to visit and shop in Franklin!
    I know you must have come home with something!....too many treasures not to resist!

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    1. I bought three things in the first shop, but nothing in this one.

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  3. What a great place to wander in! I love the Tian bowl and the copper pitcher.

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  4. OMG, I love that hutch!!! I would like a scale but not for $300.00:) My BIL used to live right near Franklin, in Johnson City and we went there twice. At the time though I had NO money to spend:):) Now I want to go back! Thanks for the tour!!

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  5. PS, how much was the copper pitcher?

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  6. I'd be in trouble if I lived near.... too many pretties to choose from.

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  7. The best kind of fun...good thing I don't live nearby, too!

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  8. What did you buy and how do you plan to use the items?

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    1. I didn't buy anything from this shop, but did from one that I shared yesterday. I will share them in future posts. You can see one item on Instagram now.

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  9. I would imagine the finial is expensive because it is from the 1600's, that's quite an age! I just discovered today that the ironstone tureen I paid a mere 10 euros for is in perfect condition and is from the 1930's. It is stamped on the bottom and some research proved I indeed picked up a complete bargain! Very happy!! The funny thing is I spotted it whilst driving past in the car, and didn't have time to stop until we returned a few hours later, it was still there!!

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  10. I have a thing for old pine dressers... and that old pine hutch!

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  11. I love it when we go to Franklin but I always find it's too expensive to buy at. The stuff is lovely though.

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  12. I live in Franklin and this is my favorite antique shop. I hit it at least once a month. Things really seem to sell fast at this store. Lots of great dealers!

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  13. I want those fox bookends! We were close to Franklin several years ago when hubby and I were doing what I called a battlefields and graveyards tour through TN/GA/AL but ran out of time.

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  14. What a great looking shop! I can tell they're a REAL antiques store with so many fine old pieces. TN has some good shops!

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