On the off chance you aren’t tired of Adamstown yet, this might do it. I was going to post something else for a few days but I am stuck in a hotel with connectivity that makes AT&T DSL look good. No, AT&T DSL IS bad. Nothing wrong with this set, I just thought you might like go somewhere else for a few days.

With these encouraging words, I offer you a set of pictures of smalls from that place. First is this small painted wall box:

Nicely decorated. Wouldn't this look nice in your house?

Nicely decorated. Wouldn’t this look nice in your house?

This poor cabinet has had a hard life:

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and is still slightly toasty on the back:

Looks more than a bit rough.

Looks more than a bit rough.

Notice the back is unpainted. They really didn’t care about furniture backs much. More on that later.

This is billed as a Lancaster, PA folk art child’s jelly cupboard.

Like furniture only smaller.

Like furniture only smaller.

I have no reason to doubt them.

This is another unusual wall box. There’s not much of a slant to the lid. It’s nearly horizontal.

Darn close to a cube.

Darn close to a cube.

And in some odd cost savings measure, they only used one hinge.

Who needs two?

Who needs two?

And lest you think there is only small casework, there is also small seating.

They don't look comfortable.  Maybe that's the point.

They don’t look comfortable. Maybe that’s the point.

If you want to look at the rest of the smalls, go to my Flickr set HERE.