I traveled to Minneapolis to pick up the table at the bankrupt art shop. Unfortunately I had not got back on line to bid on other wonderful items before the auction closed. And fortunately I had not got on line in time to bid more. Because there were many more wonderfully heavy items. I loaded the table to the cart and in to the pickup by myself and headed for Gypsy Lea's.
We are in set up mode at Gypsy Lea's. The sale starts next Thursday and Gypsy has been mobilizing the dealers to get things ready earlier than usual. So here I come, with a bright red dresser and an aircraft carrier size table to add to the mix. Most people would have said, nope the table is just too big to fit in now, but not Gypsy. She said lets get it in.
We moved some of the already set items, disassembled the base from the top of the table and reset it inside the shop. It is so big that it really didn't take up that much room. That's because we stacked items under, on top and around it without destroying its visual impact. A very neat trick, hiding it in plain sight.
So the table is incorporated in the shop. Next I have 11 large pieces of antique wrought iron fence and 6 large concrete urns to bring in. All in keeping with the theme, heaviest item that isn't a tractor.