Saturday’s Antique Show in Fair Hill, Maryland

There was an antique show in Fair Hill, clinic Maryland this past weekend. Maryland is very close to Delaware so I only had to drive about 35 minutes to get there. I couldn’t wait to see some new dealers, clinic what fun!

The show was organized by Cecelia Taylor of Hen House Primitives, ask and she did a wonderful job. I know it must take a lot of organizing to put something like this together, so my hat’s off to her. It was a very primitive show, and there were a fair amount of dealers for a first year show. I am told there will be another one in the Fall, so I am looking forward to going to that one too. I heard about this show through  Bobbette Griffin. She has lots of wonderful early textiles. I have bought a couple of dolls over the last year, so I was excited to meet her. This is a photo I took of Bobbette. I wish I had taken one of her standing up. She had the most wonderful 19th century blue calico apron, and it was all the way to her ankles! So yummy!!

After we finished chatting, I did the rest of the show. It was so fun and I wanted to look at every little thing, and I think I probably did! Going to a new show and finding new dealers was great. I found some new items for so be sure to stop by in a day or two, hopefully everything will be in by then. I also have a new artisan coming, so stay tuned for that. Now I can’t wait for the Fall!

Bye everyone! Thanks for coming by today.


7 Responses to “Saturday’s Antique Show in Fair Hill, Maryland”

  1. tj Says:

    …Oh my goodness! I know Bobbette! Well, not personally but I have always purchased my early fabric from her. She is a great source of early textiles and a sweetheart of a gal too! :o )

    …And bestill my primitive heart, that blue cupboard standing there? Love! :o )

    …Thanks for sharing Carole – what fun!

    …Blessings… :o )

  2. carolemurals Says:

    Hi sweetie. I am so glad to hear that you know Bobbette, and you are right, she is a sweetie of a gal and it was wonderful to meet her. Oh, boy, you should have seen that apron. Darn, why didn’t I photograph her so you could see it. Guess we were too busy talking!

  3. thepowderdwigs Says:

    Looks like it was a lot of fun. There seemed to be a lot of treasures to tempt you. Hope you brought some home.


  4. carolemurals Says:

    Hello Donna. It’s always good to hear from you and know you are out there reading my blog. Thank you, and yes, I did get some goodies for

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