Magnolia Antique Gallery, Part II

Magnolia Antique Gallery promises a unique, 3-story, antique shopping experience full of impressive historical pieces such as this lovely Regency inlaid marquetry tip-top table (circa the 1700’s). Just look at the intricately laid work…if not for the sheen from my camera flash, your eyes could trick you into thinking this was 3D!

Florentine table, circa 1700's

Florentine table, circa 1700’s

Here is an eagle carved from hard wood. Look closely enough, and you will still be able to see hints of the original paint on one of the two 17th Century Italian Consoles for sale.

One of two 17th Century Italian consoles.

One of two 17th Century Italian consoles.

Console with original paint!

Console with original paint!

Unfortunately, my photography skills eluded me as I attempted to shoot an exquisite Florentine panel and scroll iron table. I can imagine finding the rare piece in a Florentine palace somewhere in Italy, but there it was…right in Fayetteville, Tennessee. Oh, if it could only talk, what stories would it tell? I hope that you will go look it up at Magnolia Antique Gallery’s website and Facebook page to see that can’t-miss piece of history!



Here is a lovely pine and apple wood country table from the Rhinelander area of Wisconsin.


These vintage hooded plantation chairs will carry you back home to 1930’s Key West.
Circa 1930's. Circa 1930’s.

Into Spanish Inquisition history? Check out these panels carved on the backrest of this walnut wooden bench:

Spanish Inquisition carved bench.

Spanish Inquisition carved bench.

Magnolia Antique Gallery carries these treasures, along with a gallery full of other finds that regular gals like me can afford! If you go, be sure to tell that that I sent you!

So what do you guys think? Which is your favorite?