George and Bessie



What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Paypal, Visa, and Mastercard.
What method of shipping do you use?
All orders are shipped using UPS. Shipping costs, including insurance and tracking, are calculated at checkout.
Do you have a store?
Not presently, but we hope to have one in the near future. In the mean time, you can find us online or at the Marburger Farm Antique Show, which is held twice a year in Round Top, Texas.
What is Marburger Farm?
Cick on the link to find out more!!
What is your return policy?
All of our vintage items have been previously owned and are sold 'as is'. However, if you receive a vintage item you are not satisfied with, you may exchange it for something of equal or lesser value. All shipping charges are to be paid for by the customer.
What are the care instructions for my linens?
Due to the age and handiwork of our linens, we recommend that you hand wash or wash them on the delicate setting of your washing machine. Then line dry or lay flat to dry.
I noticed that you use vintage and antique cribs and bassinettes to display your items for sale. Are these safe for my baby to use?
NEVER! Consumer agencies such as the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the National Safety Council (NSC) have provided guidelines that help determine if the crib you are using for your baby is safe.
Antique cribs usually have decorative cutouts, corner posts, and lead paints and therefore, are not safe. Listed below are some current safety guidelines which have been set by the federal government.
1. Make sure that your crib has been manufactured after 1986. You can usually find this information on the bottom of the crib.
2. The space between the slats must not be more than 2 3/8 inches (6cm).
3. The crib should not have corner posts which extend more than 1/8 inch (3mm) above the highest side.