This weekend we have another flash sale going on at The Pear’s kid brother, The Salvage Locker.
It’s happening (weather permitting) Saturday and Sunday (September 3rd & 4th),
from 10am to 5pm, and on Monday, (the 5th), from 10am until whenever. (By chance).
The Salvage Locker is located at 724 Ridge Road, Mineral Point (across the street from Farmers Implement Store).
Have a look at some of these killer bargains waiting to be snaffled up.
Vintage apothecary bottle $32
Handmade, repurposed fir wood table & bench sets.
Now at The Pear we are offering artisan upcycled furniture made locally. This gorgeous fir table set, with its re-purposed wood, complete with benches, is just one of the examples we have for sale. Its classic farm-style appeal and simple beauty has customers ooh-ing and ahh-ing over it every day. Table: $975 Benches: $300 the pair.
The Pear is proud to announce the new addition of the beautifully rustic and well made pottery wares from Joe & Christy Cole of WIndy Ridge Pottery (right here in Mineral Point).
Large urn with lid $80
Individual pieces range in price from $24-$100.
Rub-a-dub-dub. This original claw foot tub needs a little sprucing up but is in otherwise excellent condition. $150
White wooden mantel piece/fireplace $225
Step through this gorgeous door – which by the way, we have a few of its brothers and sisters for sale in our salvage warehouse.
The Pear’s resident statuary, named after the Greek goddess of love and beauty. Flanking Miss Aphrodite are two lovely prismatic crystal lamps. We have oodles of antique light fittings & fixtures.
Antique apothecary glass canisters to stash your prize possessions in. Make a memory jar filled with wine corks. $95 (Sold).
A large votive candle placed in the middle of the cage will cast a beautiful light and shadow across a room.
The re-invention possibilities of this original brass bird cage are as limited as your imagination.
Antique knobs: brass, crystal & ceramic. Great for a restoration project. Screw them into a board and hang your coats on them. Voila! From $20-$55 each.
Rare and handsome wooden apothecary mortar and pestle. The pestle is made from solid brass. $135
A full 10-feet high, this “stop & go” light was originally used as a prop in a 1930’s motion picture. It’s a real beauty – a light collector’s fancy. Good for a business display, a stage or film production. The other day we had an 8-year old boy come in with his mother and beg her to buy it for his birthday to put in his bedroom. She told him it was too tall and would not fit inside their house. That was one very disappointed kid.
We have three of these charming, original period log cabin chairs. $34 each (sold).
Like we said, it’s bonanza of goods and chattels here at The Pear – all of which are for sale. Check out the remarkable wooden bead chandelier.
Old, rustic, well loved, and well used farm tables are showcased at The Pear alongside beautiful, repurposed wooden kitchen and dining room tables like this one here.
Antique and collectible dishes – vintage cutlery – lovely glassware. Apothecary kitchen pieces – good for stashing walnuts and keeping them fresh
Handmade organic linen bread bags make great gifts, and they store bread much more efficiently than plastic.
This baby’s for baguettes.