And now for Part 2 of my exhilarating adventure at the Brimfield Show!
I saw a lot of Americana or Folk Antiques, such as these quality pieces by Quiet Corner Antiques:
- Early 19th Century Plates
Other vendors offered every day items which have now entered the vintage realm:
- Oil Bottles
- Milk jugs…Remember those?
- Old signs and cycles. Signs were hot and selling like baguettes in a French bakery!
- Metal furniture and anything industrial was coveted, such as this little crisscross table.
I enjoyed this iron twin bed at Ornament Home‘s tent:
- A sweet iron bed.
- Reclaimed grain sacks make fun decorative elements at Ornament Home.
Then I visited Pascal’s tent. A Frenchman based in GA, his furniture offers very appealing lines:
- I fell hard for this beautifully designed bed by Pascal Home.
- Lovely sofa in lush grape colored velvet.
- These white plastic chairs were already tagged “SOLD” on Friday.
Then there was the Waltham, MA Darby Road vendor who had a nice selection of items:
- Beautiful vignette showing a slice of wood on stand and a glimpse of a great carved sign with gold lettering in background.
- I thought the painted lozenges contrasted nicely with the rounded body of this armoire piece.
I leave for Blogfest2012 this weekend and will be back with the final chapter of this Brimfield Series next week!
Have a r-el-a-x-i-n-g weekend!