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Monday, December 3, 2012

What's the Opposite of Smalls?

Antiques dealers lump their china and knick-knacks,
their antique linens and lamps and artwork,
under the vast umbrella of "Smalls."

Sales at my antiques booth lately have been mostly "smalls." 
Smalls are what dealers call things that aren't, well, LARGE.

These are smalls:

And so is this:

This is not: 

Here's a whole bunch of Smalls:

And . . . ditto:

So what do you call things that are not
classified as "Smalls?"

I like to call them "Sold!"
This gorgeous little table sold last week
to a lucky customer, whom I hope is
just crazy in love with it.

'Cause it deserves the very best of homes.

I hope you had a wonderful, bountiful,
and beautiful Thanksgiving!  -- Cass

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