The Shakers were a religious sect that started with fewer than 10 people and grew to form religious communes in New England. They raised their own crops and livestock and manufactured numerous items to raise income that they became known for such as Shaker brooms, boxes, cloaks, and furniture. They finally died out because of their belief in celibacy. They lived in dorms where they lived, ate, worked and worshipped together. In this photograph is an arrangement of antique Mason jars that were used by a Shaker community in the Berkshire Mountains, Massachusetts.. There is more where this came from. Take a look at my gallery.
My collection is large and diverse. To find what you are looking for, it is better to start with my GALLERIES tab than to browse from the top and go page to page.
I don't put all my best pieces at the beginning of the galleries. I tried but the website always reorganizes them. You have to page through the galleries to find the gold.
I was married to a wonderful woman, Frieda Gosal-Sellers, until she died of cancer after an 11 year battle on 29 February 2012. On June 21, 2014, the Lord blessed me exceedingly by marrying me to my Trishytanna Tumilba-Sellers. We had an amazing wedding and reception that Trish planned and then a wonderful honeymoon for five weeks in the Philippines, Singapore, and Manado, Indonesia. I have three...
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