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For Cinderella? Rabbits Among the many or Thumbelina? prefurred Medina faithful ...page 8 ... page 10 ... page 13 1990-2015 Old Ti www.TheOldTimes.com 25 The me P.O. Box 411 s Sauk Centre, MN th 56378 Anniversary FREE! The Premier Journal of Vintage, Collectible At all the best Antiques Shops and Shows and Antique Wonders in the Midwest Section One Vol. 25 No. 6 • “Vintage, Collectible, & Antique Wonders” • June 2015 The Handicraft Guild Minnesota’s place in the Arts & Crafts Movement by Britt Aamodt MINNEAPOLIS– The Handicraft Guild building in downtown Minneapolis is a modest structure. Made of brick, it rises three stories under the lofty canopy of skyscrapers. Yet the building’s history soars out of proportion to its size. The story begins with the Arts and Crafts The Handicraft Guild logo appeared revival of the late 19th on the bottom of pottery. century. In response to the Industrial Revolution, artisans argued for handmade over machine made and mass-produced. The movement began in England. But when it surged across Arthur Payne’s 1914 metalwork book Handicraft Guild shows examples of Guild cutout Cont. on page 3 serving spoons. 1 Steve Schoneck is a serious collector of Handicraft Guild artifacts. The lamp with the peacock design is one of his treasures. (Photos by Britt Aamodt) Handicraft Guild cutout serving spoons. ited METROPROMOS, INC. Presents TWO Fantastic Shows! 100's tique, Vintage & Craft Lim ce 17th www.CambridgeAntiqueFair.com 24th l at Friends o S a ble p Antiqf n Ann Ava ila A ka at the ANOKA RAIN or SHINE Sh ual Ann ua G re CAMBRIDGE ANTIQUE FAIR Deale ues rs! no o A Saturday & Sunday, May 30th & 31st w COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS Aug. 1 st & 2 nd, 2015 Gre Sat. 8 am-5 pm • Sun. 9 am-4 pm at F i n d Fairgrounds Show Hours: Railroad s Tracks Sat. 8am-5pm • Sun. 10am-4pm Ferry Street Admission: Reg. $4 $3 With Coupon • Under 12 FREE! Set-up: Friday 8am to 6pm FREE PARKING! Hwy. 10 • Anoka, MN (763) 434-6664 or kwel16421@aol.com 2 The Old Times June 2015 n t iQ u e s M i n n e s ot a A Minnesota’s First Mall Established 1979 Buckingham Tobacco Tins $80.00 and $85.00 Paper Mache Dog Pull Toy $58.00 Murano Sioux Beaded Pouch Glass Fredric Remington Book $195.00 Lady $164.00 $299.00 Coca Cola Sign with Frame Farmall 560 with Loader $275.00 $225.00 Stained Glass Window $349.00 WWII Officers Hat $75.00 Royal Crown Cola Leather Western Saddle Thermometer $110.00 $200.00 Gustav Stickley Table $3,400.00 Bronze Art Nouveau Stars On Stripes Football Post Civil War Artillery Hat Centerpiece $899.00 Sterling Chain Bracelet $73.00 Game $100.00 $150.00 Dealer Space starting at $25.00 per month CHECK OUT OUR WEEKLY ONLINE AUCTIONS AT www.AntiquesMinnesota.net 952-894-7200 952-894-7200 Antiques MinnesotA Burnsville • 191 River Ridge Circle Exit 3A (Hwy 13N) off 35W, 1st Left Nicollett, Left to River Ridge Circle open Monday-saturday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM • sunday 12:00 to 6:00 PM June 2015 The Old Times 3 The copper desk set (above and right) has many parts, including a The Handicraft Guild building, though no longer used for classes, remains letter holder, ink wells, standing at 89 South 10th Street in downtown Minneapolis. letter opener and desk blotter tabs. Only an Handicraft Guild advanced metalwork 1Cont. from page 1 student would tackle a project of this scope. the ocean, Minneapolis became one of the early Channing Whitney centers. That ethos of designed the building. craftsmanship took root The interior was in the Handicraft Guild, embellished by ceramic which opened a tiles made by Guild workshop and members. showroom at 89 Tenth Outfitted with Street South in classrooms, artist downtown Minneapolis studios, a showroom This card reminds collectors that the Guild in 1907. and an assembly hall, building once hosted a tearoom. Steve Schoneck has the Handicraft Guild devoted years to the building was a building on Tenth wellspring of Arts and Street and the art that Crafts handicraft. came out of it, including Founded mostly by ceramics, metalwork female artists, it strove and leatherwork. to be accessible to all Most of the guilds comers. The Viking ship plaque demonstrates techniques were schools, said Teachers who learned in the metal working class, including riveting, saw piercing, enameling, and use of Shoneck. The wanted to teach mixed metals. Minneapolis guild was handicrafts to their instituted to give students came to the artisans a place to show Guild. High school Now Open! and sell their work, but ceramics students Open: the 1st & 3rd also to provide brought their pots to be weekend of each month Thursday, Friday & Saturday Leather goods that came out of the Guild instruction. workshops seem never to have been marked, so Local architect Handicraft Guild 9:30am - 6pm Sunday 11am - 5pm collectors need provenance to identify their origin. William Ellery Cont. on page 5 407 Elm Ave 1 Waverly, MN 55390 Antiques in Featuring: Crystal, Dishware, Primitives, Vintage Cameras, Collectibles, Located in the old Waverly Bank BuffALO, Mn Glassware, Furniture & Housewares building www.Facebook.com/BehindTheMoonAntiques ANTIQUES & COUNTRY LANES Buffalo Nickel Waldon woodS 4 Annie’s ANTIQUES in 22 Antiques LitchfieLd, Attic Welcome to a real Antique Shop! Waverly Mn OPEN 10,000 sq. ft. Showroom 15,000 sq. ft. 7 Days A Week Open Since 1972. SIBLEY ANTIQUES SHop 7 dayS a week of 10am to 6pm (except HolidayS) From 100 N Sibley Ave • Litchfield, MN Antiques 1004 3rd St S 10am to 5pm at our two-Floor SHowroom. 320-693-7335 and Buffalo, MN 55313 763-682-4432 Tues.-saT. 10-5 2612 State Hwy. 55 Se Collectibles 763-682-4735 Buffalo, MN sunday noon-5 15 1st Ave S (2 mi E of Buffalo Closed Mondays Once a custOmer... 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June 2015 The Old Times 5 Flea market last Sunday in June --PRESS RELEASE dealers will be at the will also be held on ELKHORN, WIS.- Walworth County Sunday, August 9 and -N.L. Promotions, LLC Fairgrounds on Sunday, September 27. will open its antique Highway 11, both Elkhorn lies about flea market in Elkhorn, outside and inside. 90 miles northwest of Wis., at 7 a.m. on Admission, $5. Chicago. Sunday, June 28, rain No pets. For information or shine. Over 500 Antique flea markets call 414-525-0820. The Shop Keepers of Waseca Invite you to take the road less traveled! 4 Quaint & Charming Shops filled with Vintage, Garden, Cottage, Industrial and Primitive Wares. This watercolor was painted by Gertrude J. Barnes, who was associated with the Handicraft Guild and the Minneapolis College of Art. Summerhouse Farm Pearl Button Primitives 2412 N. State Street 206 N. State Street Handicraft Guild Notable designer California, where he Waseca, MN 56093 Waseca, MN 56093 Cont. from page 3 Ernest Batchelder put became famous for his 507-461-0328 1 his stamp on the Guild. tile making. 507-461-1648 fired in its kiln. Batchelder was a leader Hilma Berglund, Wed-Sat: 10-5 Wed-Sat: 10-5 (Schoneck said you can in the Arts and Crafts these days more Check us often identify these Farmhouse in the City 1890 Homestead ALL movement, and in 1910 recognized as the works by the high published a book on founder of the Weavers 107 11th Ave NW 917 N State Street out on school’s initials carved design. He was hired to Guild of Minneapolis, Waseca, MN 56093 Waseca, MN 56093 facebook! in the base.) Beginning direct the Guild’s 612-599-8042 507-327-7492 and advanced artists summer program but Handicraft Guild Fri-Sat: 10-5 Thurs-Sat: 10-5 honed their skills. eventually departed for 1 Cont. on page 6 (open 2nd weekend each month) Antiquing in South-Central Minnesota Lonsdale • St. Peter New Ulm Including Janesville, Mankato, Sleepy Eye Mankato Janesville New Ulm, Rapidan, St. Peter, Rapidan Waseca Sleepy Eye, and Waseca MANKATO ST. PETER OPEN Wed-Sat St. Nick’s Antiques 11-5 41214 - 436th St. • St. Peter, MN (Hwy. 99 west of st. Peter 6mi rigHt on Co. rd 13 for 2-1/2mi rigHt on 436tH street 1/4mi) 507-931-4180 Hours: 615 South Front Street Wed-Fri 11-5 • Sat 11-4 507-345-7551 Fairmont • 10,000 sq. ft.! A large selection of glass, porcelain, pottery, furniture, jewelry, pictures, Sun Noon- 5 Antiques • Collectibles lamps, books, primitives & more. Memorabilia • Twins for Bobble-heads sale. NEW ULM MANKATO MANKATO MANKATO ANTIQUES Old Town Antiques & Mercantile Broad Street A ntique W Arehouse PLUS 521 N. Riverfront Dr. Antiques 25 PLUS Booths Available To Dealers & Collectors FEATURES •vintage • home decor • gifts Mankato, MN 56001 • upcycled • repurposed • furniture Roseville • Pink/Green Depression Glass Furniture • Primitives • Carnival Glass 28 N Minnesota St. (507) 386-0600 •Country Chic paint retailer New Ulm, MN 56073 All in a Historic Building in a Charming Neighborhood. 125 Ruth Street HOURS: 1434 N. Broad St., Mankato (Behind the Bobber Shop) (507) 359-1090 M-T-Th-Fri.-Sat. 11-5:30 Alocated unique multi-dealer shop in the heart of Old 507-388-1824 • Mankato Sun. 1-4 • Closed Wed. 507-291-5528 Mon.-Sat. 10-5 • Sun. 12-4 Town that unites the present with the past. Wed - Sat 11-5 pm, Sun. 12-4 pm Hours: Tues - Sat 10am-6pm • Sun 12-4pm SLEEPY EYE RAPIDAN JANESVILLE WASECA Buying & Selling Quality antiQueS Ms. Mac's Antiques Open 7 Days a Week Vintage * Retro * Records * Watkins * Aprons * Quilts * Rugs * Furniture * Jewelry eState Buying & Moving Service Season Opening Melissa & Doug Toy’s ® * Occasional • M-F 10-5 Depot Antiques June Sale 25 - 28 Dates and Coffee Shop • Sat 9-5 A Historic RR Freight Depot full of antiques! • Sun 12-4 Thu, Se Fri, Sat: ptember 13, 1410&- 15 5 100 North Main Street • Janesville, MN 1101 N. State St. Sun:20, 1 - 21 4 & 22 Phone: (507) 234-2226 September Thursday-Saturday Waseca, MN 56093 (507) 835-4000 Other times - 4open pm by An "ever-changing" variety of 10 am Chance or Appointment! a DestinatiOn shOp! 507-278-4808 Other times by chance country and primitives uniquely 5,000 sq. ft. Of shOpping! OPEN YEAR-ROUND by Chance or Appointment. 507-278-4808 A Lovely Collection of Cell: 507-340-5794 or appointment displayed in a century-old building 200 Oak Street (507) 794-5275 Cell: 507-340-5794 • Handcrafted items Collectibles • Antiques • Home Decor 19075 19075Rapidan Ave., Serving Avenue Rapidan Light • Gifts Lunch • Antiques OPEN: Tues. thru Sat. 10-5 Gifts Sleepy Eye, MN 56085 (507) 766-1961 Downtown DowntownRapidan, Rapidan56001 Many andnewDesserts “old” items! Closed Sundays & Mondays * Like us on facebook! * Dishes * it takes two * Doug Pelzel, Owner C ards ® Handiwork 6 The Old Times June 2015 Mary Moulton Cheney designed this bookplate from the artcraft shop. Cheney was a This grouping of Guild ceramics showcases the various techniques learned in prominent member of class: wheel throwing, molding and carving. the Guild as well as of other early arts organizations. Handicraft Guild 1Cont. from page 5 spent six years as a Handicraft Guild instructor, beginning in 1910. Though she lacked a formal education, The pot, plate and copper tray are the work of a single artist. Hilma Berglund taught at the St. Berglund had studied at Paul Institute School from 1910 to 1916. She was the St. Paul Institute of also active with the Guild and the Minneapolis Art and traveled to School of Art. She went on to teach at the Europe in 1914 to study University of Minnesota until 1954. weaving. Today, you can find Berglund’s University of work at the Swedish Minnesota and then Institute in Minneapolis carry on the Guild and in Schoneck’s tradition in the art private collection. He department there. owns a ceramic plate, Arthur F. Payne Leather goods that came out of the Guild workshops seem never to have been pot, and a copper tray was an arts professor in marked, so collectors need provenance to identify their origin. produced by the multi- Illinois, but his talented artist. enormously influential John’s Antiques Eventually, 1914 textbook, Art Berglund would receive a master’s Handicraft Guild degree from the 1Cont. on page 7 Celebrating Students could also 45 Years! (since 1967) Mall of St. Paul study ceramics. Here are examples of Guild 1817 Selby Ave pottery: a turtle flower Specializing in Lamps & Lamp Repair (Corner of Selby & Fairview) St. Paul, MN • 651-647-6163 frog and bowl and a schoolgirl tile, using www.MallOfStPaul.com matte and glossy glazes. We Buy and sell Antiques Antiques • Clothing • Vintage • Furniture • Retro • Collectibles • Jewelry • Vinyl We Conduct Estate sales Tuesday-Sunday • 11am - 7pm • Appraisals Restoring Your Home? 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Batchelder peacock 261 Fort Road (West 7th) Other Shops Nearby design. Batchelder Open Daily 9:30am-6pm • Closed Sunday St. Paul, MN 55102 published a book on Hours: Mon. 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 226 West 7th Street • St. Paul, MN design in 1910. (1 Block West of Xcel and River Centers) Tues.-Fri. 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. • Sat. 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. (651) 227-2469 • Wally & Kurt Wescott June 2015 The Old Times 7 AnnuAl Summer Shop-N-Stroll Sale Southwest Minneapolis W. 50th St. and Xerxes Ave. S. Friday • Saturday • Sunday JUNE 19th, 20th & 21st Guild jewelry was almost never marked, but one of these bar pins was. Mary Moulton 20% DISCOunTS Handicraft Guild Cheney was involved Loft ANtiqUEs Cont. from page 6 in nearly every early 3022 W 50th St • 612-922-4200 1 Metalwork with arts organization in the LoftAntiquesMpls.com Inexpensive Equipment, Twin Cities, said made its
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