Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Valentine Goodies For Sale.

German  Dresden Cherub Compote

13 inches  tall and 11 inches wide and 5 inches deep.

$125.00 plus $20 shipping .

Velvet and English Rose Chintz Shoe Holder.

20 inches by 40 inches, hold 6 pair of shoes.

$35.00 plus $8.00 shipping.

Set of 10 Italian Pink Rose Place Card Holders

Just Sold to a Southern Bloger.

Just sold to a smart Blogger.
A wood hanging sign with printed design of cherub and hearts.

Ribbon to hang, glitter trim.

11 by 20 inches.$20.00 plus $10.00 shipping.

Just sold to a happy blogger.

Hand quilted framed pot of flowers.

11 by 15 inches, $15.00 plus $9.00 shipping.

A Valentine covered memory box.

9 by 11 inches and 3 inches deep. looks like old book.

Beautifully done, $20.00 plus $10.00 shipping.

Inside the box.

A rose petal covered red high heal shoe.

10 by 6 inches, made of wire with silk velvet petals.

$15.00 plus $7.00 shipping.



Heart shaped wire red basket.

$12.00 plus $8.00 shipping , 12 inches by 6 inches

Hand pained with Roses  Vase 10 inches by 5 inches tall.
 4 triple rolls of Lee Jofa Historic Toile wall paper. SORRY SOLD

$65.00 plus $10.00 shipping late 1800's.

  Welcome to Richard's Great Stuff, A gift shop in connection with Richard's historic home , The 1845 Elgin  / Cottrell House Museum, in Clarksville,Missouri. I have a collection of Romantic,Victorian inspired,Valentines for sale in the gift shop. I wanted to share them with you and maybe you would like to order some for your Valentine or to decorate with. Just give me a call. Thanks, Richard 573 242 9688  You can pay with Master Card or Visa by phone, and I will ship out the very next day.


lvroftiques said...

Richard I want to buy the little dresden cherubs witht the ram. I'd like to send a check. Could you contact me at Thanks!! Love all your Valentine pretties! Vanna

Richard Cottrell said...

Thanks Ms. Vanna, I do appreciate it. I will get it all packed up! Richard

Divine Theatre said...

...and I will take the toile paper, please?

Richard Cottrell said...

Thanks Ms. Divine, you gona love it. Richard and Sissy Dog

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Hey Richard, you've got some great Valentine's Day tresures for sale. Hope you are staying warm. It's in the 60's today in Texas and we have the air on, go figure! Have a good day and thanks for stopping by, Theresa

xinex said...

How pretty, all of them. Vanna beat me to the cherub but I'll take the rose place card holders. Email me please for my address, Richard. How do I pay you?...Christine

lvroftiques said...

Richard thank you so much for your expert opinion! They aren't oak. Far to light for that. I thought they looked a little Italian myself but couldn't quite put my finger on anything. I'm not fond of oak either, I'm definitely more of a walnut gal myself *winks* Turns out they are Swedish and worth some little chunk of change. I was VERY surprised to find out. It does look like they were originally white but I prefer the grey tones. I just DON'T want to be trendy. Trendy isn't for me at all *winks*
The check's on its way and I can't wait to received those darling cherubs! Vanna

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

luving your valentines!
thx for sharing these with us~

Ornaments by Pink said...

Hi Richard, I like the valentine goodies!
So pretty!
Wished I would have been here sooner for that cherub!