This shelf offers fine decoys by local carvers such as Bryon Bodt and Steiner Pierce. Beautiful boat models with several by Tony Vincenti – yes, another local. Plenty of various nautical items like lamps with a duck base, various seabirds, mugs and glasses, and a wonderful selection of “Old Salts of the Sea” figures.
Below are two beautiful sailboat models by Tony Vincenti. There’s is another large sailboat by Tony that is not in the photos. These beautiful boats sit on a Civil War Era dresser, walnut with a marble top and oval mirror. It’s an exquisite piece.
As always, we encourage you to stop in and browse. Think we don’t have anything you need or want? We encourage you to check the category 44 Days of Gifts or just browse the Blog. We’re pretty sure you’ll be surprised! And on that note, we’ll be watchin’ for ya!
With the beautiful stained glass design on this mirror, the pizzazz added to ‘fairest’ will have everyone looking beautiful. Consider it a ‘magical mirror.’ It’s about 30″x40″ and is quite stunning when you view it in person. So stop by soon. It’s a perfect time of year to be looking out for those items to add spring sparkle to your decor. We’ll be watchin’ for ya!
I’m a little teapot – short and stout – here is my handle – here is my spout. When I get all steam up, here me shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.
These two shelves are just a very small selection of of the teapots available in our shop.Nearly every color and shape can be found – small to large. Besides using for tea, they make beautiful planters. Of course, they would be a wonderful collection to add a bit of color and maybe even whimsy to your home. Stop by soon and browse the shop. Choose the ones you’d love to have. We’ll be watchin’ for ya!
(And in case you really don’t know the teapot song, we thought we’d give you this little video. It’ll make you smile on a chilly day like today!)
The Victorian Sofa is perfect for a young girl’s smaller dolls. Burgundy cloth on a beautiful wooden frame is a perfect ‘seat’ for a variety of dolls including the Victorian Stuffed doll on the right. Of course, Mickey Mouse or a little doll with boots and coat will also enjoy the sofa.
… to Masters of the Universe – STRIDOR
STRIDOR carries He-Man to victory. And we have two of these awesome war horses sitting on the shelf waiting for the perfect owner.
We encourage you to stop in soon and see not only these items, but the variety of toys and games for the young and the young-at-heart. We’ll be watchin’ for ya.
Beautiful Pair of L.E. Smith Blue Glass Ballerina Lamps
This pair of blue glass lamps are by L. E. Smith Company (Mt. Pleasant, PA) and feature two ballerinas on each lamps with a beautifully detailed blue glass lampshade. They stand about a foot tall. Any ballerina (young or old) would love these exquisite lamps.
The L. E. Glass Company has a most amazing history. CLICK ON THIS LINK for just one perspective. (Please note the company and the museum are no longer in operation.) There is also a most interesting book: L.E. Smith Glass Company: The First One Hundred Years by Tom Felt and published in 2007 available at AMAZON.
We hope you’ll stop in soon and check out these beautiful lamps. Someone you know may love them as a gift. We’ll be watchin’ for ya.
We have a pair of these amazingly beautiful vases.
They are 1800s Victorian – hand-blown glass and enamel painted. The colors are exquisite. The shape is beautifully fluid. You must see them to appreciate just how spectacular these vases are.
If you looking for a beautiful ‘conversation piece’ that will stand out in any room, or if Victorian is your home decor, one – or both – of these vases will most certainly add a stunning beauty to your home.
Stop in soon and see these for yourself. And yes, we’ll be watchin’ for ya!
… we find ourselves preparing to return to a more normal schedule. Do you have someone headed to college? Are you planning an upcoming business trip? Here at Bahoukas, we just might have the perfect piece of luggage to make your trip a wee bit easier. Check out these pieces, many of them are by Samsonite®.
Do you remember any of their commercials? Here’s one:
The company was founded in Denver, Colorado, USA in 1910 by Jesse Shwayder, a luggage salesman, as the Shwayder Trunk Manufacturing Company. A religious man, Shwayder named one of his initial cases Samson, after the Biblical strongman, and began using the trademark Samsonite in 1941. _from Wikipedia
Samsonite® – the world’s largest travel luggage company!
Stop by Bahoukas in Havre de Grace to find that perfect piece of luggage to fit your needs. If you’re lucky to find a piece of Samsonite®, you’ll have a suitcase that will last a lifetime!
This is the time of year we peruse our garden catalogs and consider how we might want to update our homes. As we huddle in our living rooms to stay warm, our thoughts go to projects for Spring.
We thought this might be a perfect time to highlight the gorgeous Fire King Stove and Hoosier Cabinet and the other kitchen accessories in our front window. The Hoosiers is a 1920s oak cabinet with an enamel top. Made by Sellers of Elwood, IN. It has a flour bin and bread box. Beautiful condition.
The 1920s Fire King Stove/oven combo was made in Baltimore and yes, it works! On the shelf above the oven, you’ll notice an electric, table-top washing machine.
On the Hoosier sitting on top is a sausage or fruit press (the black item). On the wall is a coffee grinder and a drying rack. On the enamel top of the Hoosier are cast iron items that include a matches holder, pancake maker, ice scraper and lemon squeezer. There’s a cast iron toast holder, various utensils, dishes, wonderful pottery bowls and old tins, plus a yellow egg basket.
Just looking at the photo seems to make us feel warmer. Stop in and take a peek for yourself. We’ll be watchin’ for ya!
Most of all, everyone from Bahoukas Antique Mall and Beer MuZeum
wishes you a safe, Happy Holiday Season
overflowing with the love of family and friends. Remember to share
a bit of time with someone who may need a friend during this season.
Candles – candles – candles will help to complete the decorations!
From very collectible candle figures above that include Santa, snowmen, Mrs. Claus, carolers, teddy bears and reindeer, we have a wonderful assortment of candles and candle holders to add the final touch to your holiday decorations!
The above photos show more selection to our holiday figures, tall electric candle-lights for porch, deck or large entry way, and a sample of metal or wood candle holders. Beautiful additions to add a bit of ‘festive’ to your holiday decorating.
Below are several examples of candle holders that would add a taste of class to your holiday table or mantle. But they’re also beautiful and will add to your home decor in any season.
Above is a sample from our Candlewick Glass collectibles. These candle holders will add sparkle and warmth to your holiday. They were very popular beginning in the late 30s and on…
Under the leadership of Newton—with the help of designer Carl W. Gustkey—Imperial rebounded. In 1936, responding to the increasing popularity of elegant glass, Imperial released what would become its most successful line: Candlewick. The name was inspired by a Colonial-style needlework technique called candlewicking, and the design featured colorless pieces with small decorative glass beads around the top of each piece. By the 1950s, Imperial was producing more than 200 items in the Candlewick line, which was competing with Fostoria’s American line and Cambridge’s Rosepoint. from CollectorsWeekly
Below is a sampling of candle holders from just one of our many shelves of collectibles at Bahoukas.
Needless to say, even in the least hours before the big celebrations for the holidays, we have some excellent choices to add warmth and charm to your home decor. Hurry in … we’ll be watchin’ for ya!
We can’t talk about dogs without including a post highlighting the feline variety of figurines available at Bahoukas Antique Mall.
The tall cat would make a delightful addition to any cat lover’s collection. The little green kitty next to it and the Siamese in the front are perfect! Garfield in the front is a nail brush and the one in the back celebrates a birthday. The metal cookie cutter cat is an advertising piece for Davis Baking Powder.
As with the dogs, we have many more cat collectibles that may just fill a stocking and delight a collector, or anyone who loves cats. Stop by and see what we have. Remember this is day 41…. only 3 more days and it’ll be too late to grab that last minute special item from Bahoukas.
Yes, we have a variety of dog figurines that just might make a perfect stocking stuffer for a special person on your list.
The big wooden dog is looking for a friendly home. Front left is a cute Scottie Dog planter. The pink spaghetti Poodle refers to the process used to make the ‘poodle’ effect. Behind her is a Springer Spaniel made in Japan, and next to it is a cute little Chihuahua. Right front is a plaster ‘nodder dog’ from the 1960s – remember when we used to have them sit on the dash or in a back window.
Yep, we have a wide variety of dog figurines throughout the store. Stop in and browse for yourself. Ask us, we can help point them out to you. We’ll be watchin’ for ya!
The above photo includes a Lucky Strike cigarette tin, Prince Albert and Sir Walter Raleigh Tins, cigarette rolling papers, a cigarette roller from the 1950s-60s, and a Bugler Cigarette Case.
This photo includes a Jitney Smoker board used in bars – 5 cents for a punch – back when cigarettes were actually 5 cents a pack! The word “Jitney’ has some interesting, if vague, history. Here’s an interesting quote:
The story begins near the end of the nineteenth century. Jitney (or gitney) was then a slang term for five cents (or perhaps for a nickel coin, it’s hard to tell). from www.worldwidewords.org
The smoking tobacco pouch was for advertising, you could add your company. The beautiful gold plated cigarette case was made in England. It’s quite stunning. The ashtray also has a lighter, made from slag glass from the 1930s.
For the collector of cigarette memorabilia, there are some stunning items here. Stop by soon to grab the special piece you’d like to give the collector on your holiday list. Yep, we’ll be watchin’ for ya!
Aurora 1960s models of Wolfman and Frankenstein have already been put together. Are you a collector… grab these up. Have someone who loves the comics, maybe they’d like one for their shelf.
The First Lunar Landing by Revell is a 1996 model of the lunar module of 1969. Have an astronaut or science/history buff on your list, they might enjoy this model. There’s been debate forever as to whether we actually landed on the moon… but here’s a video. We’re sure the debate will continue for decades.
The scale model of a 1909 Ford Model T Touring car is by Scale Models and made of real metal – never opened – from 1993. Here’s a great video of an unrestored Model T that was still running in 2015!
It is generally regarded as the first affordable automobile, the car that opened travel to the common middle-class American; some of this was because of Ford’s efficient fabrication, including assembly line production instead of individual hand crafting. ___from the description in the video below
Remember, there are just 6 days to grab a present through Christmas Eve! Stop by Bahoukas Antique Mall and let us give you a hand in finding that last minute perfect gift. We’ll be watchin’ for ya!
Yes, these amazing collectibles are transistor radios. What fun! At top they include: Sinclair Gasoline radio, a beautiful Cadillac Convertible 1963, and Snoopy! On the bottom is a 1931 Rolls Royce, an Essex radio in a black leather case, and yes, a fun transistor radio in a PET Milk Can.
But wait, there’s more.
Look at this beautiful phone that is a transistor radio
from the 1960s with a lighter in the handset!
Do you remember your first transistor radio? The “weblady” remembers a boy in the neighborhood who had a brand new bike that had a radio built into it. WOW! The ingenuity of the design for transistor radios were often pieces of art … and more often used for advertising.
No matter, you know you need to get your holiday gift purchases completed soon… we have a week! So hurry on in to Bahoukas in Havre de Grace and know that we’ll be watchin’ for ya!
The choice of stemware available at Bahoukas Antique Mall is amazing. We can’t being to list all the choices, but we have hundreds of pieces available. Some of the items above include: delicate etched glass, Ruby glass, wine glasses or cordials, even beautiful brandy snifters. The stemware selection is outstanding.
But consider this, these pieces can also be used as dessert dishes, dainty fruit cups, even a beautiful tiny vase to add to your holiday decorating. Come on… get creative.
Then hurry in… time is growing short. We’ll be watchin’ for ya!
Here are some gift-ideas that you may not have considered being available at Bahoukas Antique Mall in Havre de Grace. They include top: embroidery hoops, sock darning egg, a hand held sewing maching, buttons, doilies, a 1950s walnut sewing kit, a yarn ball winder, a small weaving loom, and wonderful wooden large knitting needles.
This little sewing kit is really beautiful. It could also be used as a wonderful ornament for the seamstress on your list. Have anyone in mind?
We also have a number of craft books and magazines, and even old sewing patterns. So stop by today because, you know, we’ll be watchin’ for ya!
Check out these amazing toys from the 1950s and 1960s available for the aspiring astronaut or space scientist on your gift giving list: The photo below includes an Ideal Space Helmet, a spinnter spaceship top from the 1950s that even whistles, Twiki the Buck Rogers robot of the 1960s, Ed-U-Cards on Astronomy (1960s) and a great Space Car.
Twiki (pronounced twee-kee) is a robot sometimes referred to as an “ambuquad”, which refers to a specialized series of robots made for work in space mines, and used as Amulaory Transportation for their QuAd superiors / partners. Built by an ambuquad facility in New Chicago, his name, “Twiki”, is derived from the robot’s alphanumeric designation TWKE-4. His Serial Number is n22-23-t. from BuckRogers.wikia
Here’s a close up of the battery-operated, Interkozmos space car, made in Japan, 1950s.
Remember, only 10 days til Christmas, Hurry in and find that perfect gift for the special person on your list. We’re here to help. And we most definitely, will be watchin’ for ya!