The Huntsville show is over, two down, and the big one to go! Warrenton show week is right around the corner. Here we are at the show:
This is the picture of our booth that made the front page of our local newspaper, the Huntsville Item:
I just had to share with you this fabulous booth done by Karen and Marion; I am always so inspired with the displays they create:
At the show, I purchased a primitive cabinet, but you'll have to wait until Warrenton to see it, it's packed away until then. From the same dealer, I also purchased a white cloth mannequin. I found a really cool vintage gray mannequin (both are pictured below), a pretty white slip covered chair that I can't seem to part with since it looks good in my house, a name plate made of glass, a silver loving cup, and two trophy cups the really small one is from the Yellow Stone National Park and the larger one is dated 1942, a vintage chalk board on a stand (my mother had one just like it when she was little), a black and white stool, two round white tables, a black crow, and a black and white awning (most of the things I purchased can be seen in the pictures above).
Hope you can make it out to the Round Top Warrenton show at the end of the month!