Love the sign fitted in an old wrought iron frame. Julio traded the artist a couple of vintage bicycles for custom sign painting.
I began recommending Feeding the Pig to my friends even before I had a chance to stop by and take these photos since I knew Julio would have plenty of cool stuff like these wonderful old iron pieces and window guards.
Lockers are always popular at vintage shops. I see a great galvanized tank in the background! How did I miss that?
These railings with the iron worked flat are different and would add a special touch to any garden.
A few of these bright green bamboo-shaped bottles went home with me
Letters are often in stock
Looking through these photos I see a number of things I should go back for. But he's always getting new things in so there's plenty for all of us to share and the pricing is quite reasonable. Yep, that's a boat in the background.
I'll let you browse for a while...note that the place is nicely organized with space to walk around, which was a goal for Julio.
Lots of good stuff inside where select pieces are displayed.
Julio and his wife Crystal spend their spare time hunting for cool stuff, antique, and vintage items like these old train locomotive lights.
These very old Mexican cannonballs are on display in the shop.
Back outside to browse a while longer.
Julio wrapping those pretty green bottles to go.
Feeding the Pig is located at 1722 E. Commerce St. just a few blocks east of Yeya's making it fun and convenient to hit both in the same afternoon.
Closed Mondays and open 11:00 am to 5:30 pm the rest of the week.
Email Julio at Feedthepig222@gmail.com or call 210-429-0923.
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