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Wiltsie Bridge Country Store, your local independently brick and mortar shop! We
Yarn, needles, hand dyed wool fabric, wool felt and rug hooking supplies and kits. Please not that we are in the process of uploading products to both shops so be sure to bookmark us and keep checking back!
Very decorative yet simple wall plaque made of cast iron. New, come ready to hang on the wall, side of your house or on a tree. You can allow these to rust naturally outdoors for an antique effect or coat them with clear rustoleum to protect the finish.
New shipments of home and garden decor have arrived just in time for spring! We have cast iron birdbaths, garden ornaments, hanging baskets and other yard art for both indoor and outdoors. We also have vintage birdhouses as well as antique inspired ones on order, they were a huge hit last year. Our popular glass globe garden stakes are back in stock.
Handsome19th c. antique worktable dating back from the early1800’s. This table
originally was a dry sink that someone added a table top to. Dry sinks were very common during the 18th and 19th c. Table can
be used as a desk, extra worktable in the kitchen or a great side table
for your hallway.
Table retains its original vivid green paint, quite a beauty! Has wear
to be expected from use, worm holes ect.
Table measures: 38 ½” long x 20 ½” wide and 28” high.
Manhattan transplant and retired documentary film maker
Stan Hirson developed this heartfelt online journal dedicated to the town of Pine
Plains to help preserve what he loves most about it; It’s rich history of
farming, striking rural landscapes, close knit community of local residents all
of which he captures in-depth in a series of small videos, words and pictures. Stan and his wife Sarah have been
living in Pine Plains for the past number of years and bring with them an
outsiders perspective and appreciation of their adopted home town.
In Stan’s own words: ~ “I came to Pine Plains a few years ago by choice, not
by chance of birth. But the small-town rural community I chose is changing. The
farmers have, for the most part, sold to people from the city and fields are
“I am making this journal to preserve what I can of a changing way of life
and to share it with the community. On a more personal level, I am making this
as a way of holding on to the reasons why I came here.”~