June 30, 2013

Moving & Sale

We've decided that we should live in Arizona full time, so now comes the logistics of finishing a house, selling it and disposing of  many years of stuff.  I plain just have too much stuff.  Here is some of it that might be of use to beaders or anyone who crafts. Oh, house has to go too......

I've had duplicate studios in both New Hampshire and Arizona for 13 years and need to find new homes for the furniture  fixtures and extra crafting supplies.  I warn you, very few of the things that I'll be selling can be mailed.  I'm in south Central NH near the VT and Mass. borders if you are near enough for a short road trip.  

OK, here's a PDF of  Craft related things.  CLICK HERE 

This is a special/custom built bead storage cabinet...  no beads in Plano boxes go with it and I'm not sure it would fit in a car as it's 6'tall.



Small metal light table - Pre-digital graphic arts, but I still enjoy using a light table that I can throw a T-square on.  There is also a Nikon SLR camera on the list.



Cabochons - These are several lots, no picking them apart.  Both my Father and Brother made cabs from Arizona copper minerals that are rare and from now defunct mines.  What would I do with the several hundred that I have left?  Go in with a friend, buy the lot and really save.

Who wants vintage glass, bakelite or plastic necklaces for the beads?  Great selection of them to either wear or take apart.


Are any of you (or spouses) MG car aficionados?  I've also just sorted out the remains of 40 years of car restoration stuff.  The cars are long gone, but I have 2 boxes of drawings, lube charts, original operator manuals, magazines, lots of old model cars, moto meter, car badges, etc.

3 comments:

  1. Hello :) I am curious as to how much you are selling the cabs for, I don't own any yet...also are you selling any seed beads by chance? You can email me at sandralitvamoran@me.com :)

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  2. I just found the info :) could you give me an idea of the sizes? Some of them look huge!

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  3. Your comment/query about MG car aficionados really made me laugh. I co-owned an MG back in the 80's and when I read your comment my mind flashed back to the boxes of weird parts that we accumulated over that period. When I called my co-owner and read that paragraph to him he also laughed and we reminisced over that car for a bit. Thanks for that.

    I sympathize with the moving prep and the overabundance of stuff. I do not look forward to moving again any time soon, and your travails are just another reminder of that.

    Sending you lots of support and true grit to get through the process intact.

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