Antique Show in Elverson, Pennsylvania

It’s a rainy dreary day yesterday, sick so I made myself a fire. I stayed in my pjs all day. Just didn’t feel like getting dressed.

I went to an antique show this past weekend in Elverson, click Pennsylvania. My friend Lynne was one of the dealers in the show. She asked me if I would like to come along. Of course I said yes! She always has wonderful 18th century antiques, sovaldi plus she is a sweetheart, and I always enjoy her company. Her booth looked wonderful as always.

Don’t you think every country home should have a tin lantern? They are especially nice to have during the Fall and Winter months. When lit, especially at night, they really make a house a home. Heck, I should have lit this one for my photo!

This early wooden bowl, with original black paint, looks wonderful with old stone fruit. The woman I purchased it from thought it was an early mortar and pestle. A pestle came with it but I love that way it looks with this old stone fruit instead. Looks so primitive!

I adore early leather books. I just can’t seem to get enough of them. This one is thick, 2-1/2 inches. Love the brass clasps, and they work! The owners initials are stamped inside. The date is 1851.

Hope you stop by my site.



2 Responses to “Antique Show in Elverson, Pennsylvania”

  1. tj Says:

    …Gorgeousness abounds here! :o )

    …That penny rug? LOVE. That booth? Love. That lantern? Love.

    …A day in jammies does a spirit good, I always say. ;o)

    …Now off to your shop!

    …You cross my mind daily and each day I send a warm thought and a small prayer your way. Have a lovely weekend dear.

    …Blessings :o )

  2. carolemurals Says:

    ah, my friend tj. you’re always there. thank you.

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