The Old Home Store
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By theoldhomestore, May 7 2016 05:17PM
The bright red gazebo is up in a prime spot - first to the left in the walled garden over the moat. The car is packed with new gear, farm fresh from the States mostly. The weather is perfect and I'm raring to go to meet new customers in Norfolk.
See you there in this magnificent location.
First stall on the block - that's how keen TOHS is!
By theoldhomestore, May 3 2016 10:52AM
Looking out The Old Home Store stock to take to The Little Vintage Lover Fair at Mannington Hall on Sunday.
Lots of unseen stock from the buying trip to The States in January. Seem to have gone mad on Amish things and mid-century kitchenalia. Always good though!
Check out The Old Home Store Facebook page for daily tasters of what's coming!
1950s Lustro Ware from LA in rare and collectable pink & grey. Nice!
By theoldhomestore, Apr 11 2016 12:18PM
The Old Home Store is here - plus all its gear.
Hope to see some of you at Mannington Hall in May.
Have been buying again, so lots of new stock.
Tons to do on new home though - keep logging on.
Will be launching new ideas soon.
A lucky horse shoe on the old dairy wall.
By theoldhomestore, Mar 1 2016 02:38AM
Very sad to be leaving all my vintage chums in Bucks, and thank you to all of you who made a special effort to come and see me to say goodbye at Hambleden.
Good to welcome new celeb Russell Brand & partner Laura to the village, but Russell was more interested in joining the WI than buying vintage this time.
Will be shell-shocked in Norfolk this time next week.
Please keep logging-on, as a site re-vamp is in the offing.
By theoldhomestore, Feb 12 2016 04:15PM
The Old Home Store is packing up lots of Valentine, Mothers' Day and Easter goodies for Hambleden Covered Market tomorrow.
This will be the last one for TOHS as the relocation and re-launch in Norfolk is now imminent.
Watch out for more news later on in March.
Please pop in to say 'good bye.'
May try to make some guest appearances to advertise the new venture, and added holiday lets in gorgeous rustic cottages North Norfolk style of course - and added Norfolk and new American vintage stock.