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Posted by comeintomygarden in Antiques, Collectibles, Industrial.
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Talk about a hobby that got out of control!
Jimmy Jenkins’ gallery at Lakewood 400 offers all the things he loves and has collected for years, primarily Machine Age Items and Retro-Rustic Industrial artifacts. He has carefully and fully restored LINEBERRY industrial factory carts, Treadle Sewing Machines with glass or wooden tops, UGA wooden coffee tables from the UGA Stanford Stadium Sky Suites, Old Growth reclaimed Cypress Slabs crafted into desks, long side tables, coffee tables and more. Jimmy also has Civil War wood cut prints from Leslie’s Pictorial History of the Civil War as well as Harper’s and Leslie’s period newspapers, Harvest baskets, fishing baskets, early Mahjong Tile Games, Color Glass lantern Slides, working 1940’s SunCraft Ultraviolet Lamps, Industrial jointed lamps, and a bunch of other eclectic examples of American Industrial arts.
Jimmy’s life has been as colorful as his Gallery collection.
He grew up living around the world and several southern states at Army forts … Salzburg Austria, Atlantic and Pacific sides of the Canal Zone, Panama, Fort Sherman (Jungle warfare School), Fort Howard, Ft. Smith Arkansas, Fort Benning, GA, Ft. Jackson, SC. He actually attended three different high schools!
In his professional life, Jimmy is a full time real estate Broker for mountain land throughout the Georgia mountains.  His log home and office are located on the Nottely River in Blairsville. He is an expert in log home construction and loves to work with people looking for the perfect log home.
Jimmy and his wife, Karen, reside in Roswell. Karen teaches gifted children. They have two grown daughters.
You are sure to enjoy meeting Jimmy and seeing his eclectic collection. Find Jimmy in Hall H 537.
Email: clarion47g@gmail.com
Website: http://www.TheBuyerAgency.com




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