Selling a Table to Thom

As in Filicia. Seriously. I was set up at an antique show in North Carolina. When he and his team strolled down the aisle directly in front of my booth. I was eyeing them from the back corner of my booth, not wanting to jump on them but making sure that I was available if they had any questions. There was only one… can you get this delivered to us in New York? So, let me backtrack a bit and tell you the story of how I purchased this amazing table. At the time I was living in Philadelphia and was out shopping specifically for the show. I had stopped by one of my favorite pickers as he was pulling up to his warehouse. I quickly parked my SUV and jumped out, making a bee line for his pick up truck. Peering in I saw a wrought iron foot of the table and it was stamped 'Made Italy'. In my book, that's always a good sign. I quickly priced and purchased the table without even seeing the rest of it. Immediately, I rummaged through the rest of his finds and purchased the lot of them. Days shopping accomplished in under fifteen minutes! And the table you ask? Well, it's currently in his Sedgwick and Brattle showroom in the New York Design Center. Lisa Mende even blogged about it, click here to see. Here's a pic, or three…

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