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The Picker's Prune Sale!

The Picker's Prune Sale!

You've got the sweet pickers-tooth, and we're inviting you to this exclusive picker's prune sale! 

As furniture restorers with a pickers tooth of our own, we've acquired quite a collection over the years of business. As Phenicie Restorations continues to grow,  we're finding that the extra space that we once had, is better used to create a more efficient workflow for our restoration customers. For 6 hours only this Saturday, you can benefit from the "pruning" of our pickers collection.

Featuring:

  • "Make-any-offer" section
  • $5 Chair Sale
  • Free Lunch! Hot dogs & burgers

Featuring:

Antiques, Furniture, Supplies, Tools, Assorted vintage items, collectors items, props, etc. I'll be posting pics all week on Instagram.

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Why

To deck out your apartment in vintage rad - to get some early christmas shopping - to decorate your front porch - because you see potential in antique furniture

 

To show how excited we are that you're coming, we'll even be serving complimentary shots of chilled gourmet prune juice for the brave sailors, and fresh squeezed lemonade for the more average Americans, and grilled burgers and hot dogs for all.

Yup.

All I can say is: Get here early. Serious as prunes. 

 

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*Cash Preferred

 

Hand Truck Vignette

Hand Truck Vignette

Where oil stains, and molten metal burns left their mark: remain only the brazen character of worthy travail. An aged wooden hand truck proves a selfless testament of the hard work once endured. On the walk home from the steel mill, a man tip his hat to the paperboy, and says to himself "A noble line of work, though the boy doesn't yet have a family for whom he must provide."

Rapid industrialization and the successful thrust westward fostered a level ingenuity and proud American handiwork which can only be claimed by the American Gilded Age.

This particular truck is a midwestern classic which was originally manufactured by Nutting Truck Co. of Faribault, Minnesota.  Phenicie Restorations proudly continues its legacy, as we use it for photographing before & after pictures of restoration projects.

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Phenicie Restorations | 16335 Lima Road Building #10, Huntertown, Indiana USA . | (260) 637-0029