Boy are they pricey...most in the $2,000-$4,000 range. Unfortunately, I was not able to purchase one of these, haha, but I could afford this darling little mouse.
I was able to tour her home, but did not photograph inside the house. It is very primitive, all authentic, all genuine antiques before 1830.
Being an avid gardener, my favorite was the beautiful landscaping, full of all sorts of primitive "stuff".millstones, stone chicken feeders, beeskeps, etc. I was so impressed with how she stages her garden areas, I am now trying to copy the best I can.
Besides my little mouse, I bought one of her beeskeps and a tall cedar birdhouse, and a hand made broom from the broom maker making them while you watch. The beeskep is unusual as it is taller than most. Sorry for the crummy pictures, I didn't remember until 9:00 this evening.
She paints and waterproofs her beeskeps. This is the opposite of what a lady at an antique store in town where I bought a vintage beeskep said. Her instructions were to take it home and soak in a tub of water, as it was dry from sitting in the store and that they need moisture. So...two completely opposite opinions.
Till next time,