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Two Victorian Watercolors

In the last two weeks I got to do some antiquing in Tulsa and some surrounding towns.  Gary, Butch and Dianne took me to several places. I found two more Victorian watercolors of women for my collection. When I got … Continue reading

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My New Sitting Room

During all this transformation of the house, I realized that I am not getting any younger, and that my house is pretty, but not very comfortable. When I retire I have no place to put up my feet and watch … Continue reading

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Framing an Antique Watercolor

Yesterday I bought an old photograph in an oval gold frame. I didn’t want the photo I wanted the frame. Today, I took it apart and used it for one of my Victorian watercolors. It is a woman with a snooty … Continue reading

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Victorian Watercolor by Irene Firmin

I went to a very old man’s antique store in Jenks, OK. I had been there before. He has lots of good stuff, but it was real dusty and not a very clean store. He’s ancient and seems to really enjoy … Continue reading

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10 New Victorian Watercolors – Framed and Ready to Put in the Closet

On my trip back to Texas in the winter, we was robbed. Remember, I had bought three, maybe four, really pretty, pretty, beautiful Victorian gold gilded frames that were stolen out of the van one night. They busted the back … Continue reading

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The Antique Shoping in Paducah – New Gifts

At Paducah, after we ate lunch, Shannon and I ran around the corner to some antique stores. the first one used to be completely full with wonderful things. Now it is almost vacant with trash in it. I did fill a needlepoint … Continue reading

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