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Inglenook Antiques and Collectibles, established in 1989, operates from a quaint pre-1920's home in Lake Wales, Florida, open to the public. Situated at 3607 on the state-recognized Florida Scenic Highway, between Historic Bok Sanctuary and Legoland. We deal in most everything old: furniture, decorative accessories, glassware, porcelain, pottery, tools, books, kitchenware, and a multitude of other categories. We welcome special requests and want lists from our customers, and will do our best to maintain our reputation of excellent customer care. We also provide an on-site lamp repair service. Hours of operation are October 1-May 31: Tues thru Fri 10-4, Sat 11-4; June 1-September 30: Thur & Fri 10-4, Sat 11-4.. Other hours by appointment, call 863-678-1641.  Layaway & gift certificates available.  We accept PayPal,  as well as cash. Robin L. Carnill, Owner

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Native American Indian light blue & white glass trade bead necklace with tassels, circa 1920's. 34 overall length. Cotton thread has broken in several p...

$50.00 OBO

Iris pattern mixing bowl made by Universal Potteries of Cambridge, Ohio. Circa 1940's kitchen ware. Pink & purple iris flowers with platinum trim aroun...

$35.00

Late Victorian micromosaic pin / brooch, marked Made in Italy . Dates from the 1890's. Pointed oval shape with beaded edge framework and rope-twist wire cel...

$75.00

Orange luster cake serving plate with 2 cut-out handles, along with 6 matching individual plates. Made by Leuchtenburg of Germany, early 1900's-1920's. Fine ...

$50.00

Woodard Wrought Iron Patio Set 1950's-60's. Four piece set with cushions: 3-piece sectional sofa plus armchair. Local pick-up only. Please contact for furthe...

$600.00

Very old upholstered open arm chair that needs a little help, mostly for the stains. Asking 200.00 as is, or best offer. Local pick-up only-- at Inglenook Anti...

$200.00

Victorian Eastlake walnut arm chair with burgundy satin-stripe upholstery in need of cleaning. Creases at back of seat are from a picture frame that was sittin...

$90.00

Crisloid Bakelite plastic backgammon doubling cube. Measures 1 d. Butterscotch / old ivory & black. Dates from the 1930s. Nice condition with no major ...

$25.00

Older 1940s vintage tin lithographed still bank, advertising Rival Dog Food. Measures 2.75 h x 2.25 d. Generally good condition with some rust as shown, most...

$50.00

U.S. Civil War Confederate toy soldier molds, for casting with lead or tin. Two-piece matched mold makes 3 soldiers that range between 2 1/8 h- 2 1/2 h. Mold...

$50.00

Book entitled Chesterfield County Early Architecture and Historic Sites by Jeffrey M. O'Dell. Hardbound, tan cloth boards, brown lettering. Copyright 1983 ...

$75.00

Franciscan Desert Rose mug, made between 1980 & 1984. U.S.A. mark on bottom. Holds 10 ounces, measures 3 5/8 h. Sometimes described as tulip-shape . ...

$30.00

Tossed Scrolls pattern opal milk-glass creamer / cream pitcher circa 1900. Unknown maker. Measures 3 1/4 d x 3 7/8 h. Fire shows around edges when held to...

$45.00

Harlequin forest green deep plate, 8.5 d, made by Homer Laughlin from 1959-65. No mark, as expected. Light to moderate surface wear with minor flea bite to rim...

$20.00

Ridgway's Semi-Porcelain toothbrush holder (or lovely vase!) in the Muscatel pattern of the 1800's. Red transfer on white. Measures 5 1/8 h. Has one small...

$45.00

Florida native American Seminole Indian beaded necklace, made for the tourist trade in the 1960s. Palm fiber body, blue calico dress with rick-rack trim. Gla...

$30.00

Vintage filigree metal brooch/pin with gold-tone finish in the style of Miriam Haskell, though unmarked, as many of her pieces were never signed. Round floral...

$50.00

Vintage West German brooch/pin with gold-tone setting. Prong-set plastic stones made to look like coral, in the shape of a four-petal flower with red Rhines...

$25.00

Green vaseline depression glass plates in the Log Cabin / Logs / Pillar Optic pattern made by Anchor Hocking from 1937-42. Each glows beautifully under ultr...

$12.00