WEEKENDS - ALL DAY UNTIL WE DROP RAIN OR SHINE. INDOORS AND OUT.
BY APPOINTMENT TOO.
DEALERS WELCOME !
29 - C Meyer Road Cochecton NY 12726.
Located on scenic Route 97 along the Delaware River between Narrowsburg NY and Callicoon NY. OPEN - By appointment in advance. Email : email@example.com Offering a wide range of vintage, primitive, and unique furniture - as well as art, cook books, rare vinyl records, kitchenware, and interesting rustic pieces!
HOUSEHOLD AND USEFUL STUFF TOO
PLEASE VISIT OUR BOOTH #51 AT THE HAWLEY ANTIQUE EXCHANGE
Circa 1952 - Aircraft quality Aluminum and Birch. Built by Hughes Aircraft to highest standards.
Exterior is in excellent condition. Needs polishing. No dents or creases. All original windows, doors.
Ready for restoration. Needs some TLC. Interior is in great shape overall. Original birch cabinets.
Kitchen has large banquette seating, original DIXIE stove and sink. Three piece bathroom.
Though most folks think Airstream sets the standard of luxe in travel trailers. I've always preferred the more pedestrian rigs. I bought this Spartan many years ago and never fulfilled my plans to restore it fully. It was usable "as is" and I started my business in here - hence Tin Can Trading Post.
Now I am ready to find a new owner and home for this incredible trailer.
It currently sits in a lovely field by my house in Cochecton NY.
Located just over 100 miles from NYC - and easily transported by a towing service.
Mellissa Easton wrote a sweet piece about the Tin Can Trading Post, discovery and dust on her design blog. (see blog list)
Her blog is full of interesting pieces about design, collecting and seeing the beauty in ordinary objects - through her eyes.
I am proud to have Pam Sloan doing chair seat repair and upholstery at the Tin Can Trading Post. She works primarily in rush, cane, wicker and other traditional and natural materials as well as doing upholstery.
I gave Pam work space in my shop and a venue for her to exhibit her work and take commissions. She is usually here on Sundays and when the Farmer's Market is in season she works out front showing interested folks the process and procedure of traditional chair seat repair.
This lovely chair is an example of a restoration and upholstery job just completed.
I sold the client the chair frame. Pam did a complete restoration and paint job on the springs and frame, added horsehair padding, then covered the cushions with the client's fabric and colors . The piece is now at home in a penthouse apartment in NYC.
Pam is at the Tin Can Trading Post on Sunday - December 18th at Noon doing exhibitions of works in progress and hosting a holiday cookie sampler.
She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or here at the store.