Jan & John Maggs
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Our February 2020 Newsletter


A January afternoon in Pumpkin Hollow

As the Winter days lengthen, our anticipation of our approaching Spring travel is intensifying. We've had a very busy January, with many significant online sales, and we've spent many hours in our workshop preparing the scores of new pieces that will form the heart of our May show.

In addition to several current pictures of our showrooms, this month's newsletter contains links to nearly twenty new online listings, including jewelry, furniture, and artwork.

You'll find this and more below. We hope you'll have a look.

Recent views of our  showrooms

As we've said many times, our new barn allows us to display our stock in a way that enhances the beauty of the objects themselves. Our website contains a link to recent pictures of our showrooms, a gallery that we try to update frequently. We've just rearranged the shop, moving everything into the front gallery, so that the long gallery can be used to store pieces as they become ready to be on display in our May show. If you'd like a look, click on the picture above. Or, better yet, call or write to arrange a visit. We'd love to see you.
This Month's New Listings

We've just posted nearly two dozen pieces on our website. A few have been on the site before and now have new, lower prices - but most are online for the first time. Click the picture to have a look.
Our candles are back

Good news!
We've just found a new source for the six-inch hand-dipped ivory tapers that we stocked for years, and we're once again able to offer them for sale. We have a good supply in the shop, and we can offer free shipping by Priority Mail on orders of four or more dozen to addresses in the US. If your candle supply is running low, click the picture for more details. 

Pippin's Page

Pippin's favorite mid-Winter spot is in his tower, with fore-paws extended over one of the two European-style radiators that keep our kitchen snug on these cold days and nights. Last week he considerately took a few moments from his busy schedule to pose for this picture so that we could share it with you.
The Back Page

It pays to advertise - at least this is what one would assume from the prominent placement of this little sign at Adega, our favorite Portuguese restaurant north of Boston.
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John and Jan