Posted by on Feb 1, 2013 in Monthly Sale, Ramblings | 2 comments

February Sale – Art is for Lovers!

February Sale – Art is for Lovers!
One of my favorite pieces is this 1960s silkscreen from Pacific NW pioneer Elton Bennet.

One of my favorite pieces is this 1960s silkscreen from Pacific NW pioneer Elton Bennet.

The January Ephemera sale went so well, I thought I’d keep the good times rolling right into February. This month I’ve decided to help you help me unburden some of my overflowing walls, floors, nooks & crannies by offering 20% off all regularly priced wall art. I’ve also separately marked several of my favorites to 50% off or more! You know I love to haggle, so if you find a piece you can’t live without, I’m sure we can make a deal! :)

I have art ranging from antique Victorian era & earlier hand colored prints to modern c. 1960s silk screens and everything in between. Funky paintings & genius level paint-by-numbers. You name it, I’m sure I’ve got something that will work for your eclectic tastes.

Since February is the month for lovers, I thought it would be a good way to reward us Art lovers!

Macaw feather earrings <3

Macaw feather earrings <3

I will also have a variety of vintage jewelry on sale this month for all of your Valentine’s Day needs. Bringing in some new vintage sterling necklaces & rings over the next few weeks, and a friend of the shop just dropped off a variety of gorgeous handmade feather jewelry at a variety of price points to help you find something colorful for the vibrant gal in your life!

Things have been moving right along at the shop, and we are starting to gear up the planning cycle for the Kenton Street Fair 2013 – which will be held on Sunday May 19th from 10am – 6m along N. Denver Avenue b/w N. Willis & N. Watts. We have 3 main music stages, and 2 side venues with music. We will also have over 90 vendors, a coaster car race & the Mackin’s Auto Body Car Show.

Vintage & Antique pins including a Mother of Pearl heart shaped 'Wife' pin c. 1920s.

Vintage & Antique pins including a Mother of Pearl heart shaped ‘Wife’ pin c. 1920s.



2 Responses to “February Sale – Art is for Lovers!”

  1. Jim Moulton says:

    Do you have an attribution for the sepia-toned work featuring a standing girl by a fireplace?
    Jim

    • kentonantiques says:

      Jim, wish I did. It’s a rather large piece 2′ or so tall. I was thinking 1800s Harpers type publication. Seriously considering having it re-matted in frame, since it’s such a lovely frame & image. If I find out more, will let you know. :)

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