I still might have a foot fetish but I am so over the trifids.

I was looking through my inventory of un-blogged pictures and picked a set taken the day I left for Woodworking in America last October. I visited the local high-end auction house for the preview and then stopped at a few antiques shops just across the Virginia line. Nothing too fancy, just a nice selection of primitives and furniture ordinaire.

Click HERE to see all 166 pictures.

Some of the things you will see are:

A turned foot. Click to see the parent chest.

A turned foot. Click to see the parent chest.

A similar yet different turned foot. Click to see the parent chest.

A similar yet different turned foot. Click to see the parent chest.

A bracket foot. Click to see the parent.

A bracket foot. Click to see the parent.

A claw foot. You know the drill.

A claw foot. You know the drill.

Another claw foot.

Another claw foot.

An interesting apron.

An interesting apron.

Another cut apron.

Another cut apron.

There’s also a few tiny dovetails (pins, actually), a Cincinnati time clock, some painted chests, some settles, a loom, a novel checkers or chest table and lots of other crowd favorites.

HERE is another chance to see all 166 pictures from this set.