Sunday, May 5, 2013

A Day in the Country Sale and The Greensville Antique Show and Sale

I am coming out of blogging lethargy to post about two great sales my friend, Cynthia, and I attended yesterday. 

The first show of the day is called A Day in the Country Sale hosted by Kim Davies of Tattered and Torn.

Such a feast for the eye to see so many wonderful items beautifully displayed. The photographs above are from the booths of various dealers including The Primitive HeartThe Eclectic Pelican and Tattered and Torn.

After purchasing a few lace treasures here, we made our way to The Greensville Antique Show and Sale a few miles away. This show presented another feast of textiles, buttons, clothing and related items. It seemed to be the day to find great bits of handmade lace pieces and we both scored some nice bits.

To cap off the hunt for antiques, we made our way to Taylor’s Tea Room in Dundas, Ontario for lunch. Highly recommended!

We were back home mid-afternoon tired but happy!


Cynthia of Cynful Creations said...

Love how you grouped the photos! I wish I had a little bird's nest to sit under glass!

Tammy said...

You have been in hibernation. Looks like two great sales and a wonderful day spent with a friend. Have a great weekend. Tammy

LP Vintage said...

Thank you, Cynthia and Tammy, for dropping by. Love to read your comments!

Anonymous said...

and don't forget our 3rd annual Carlisle Country Craft and Old-fashioned Market Mercantile. Primitives, Handmade, Rustic Collectibles and Vintage pieces... all vendors dress up as pioneers or hill-billies and we also have some steampunkers, farm animals, home-baking and folk music. See the Events page:


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