Monday, October 4, 2010

Antique show fever ... Americana and Industrial

Rosie the Riveter would have been in her element during the Round Top Antique Show that just completed this weekend. Lots of Americana and industrial antiques filled the Marburger Farm and Big Red Barn venues.  Here are some that I particularly liked.

Georgia Morel Antiques brought some of the best industrial pieces to the show from their base in New Roads, Louisiana. And, I just have to say that I love their black-painted walls. It really showcases their inventory beautifully. Well done!

The Los Angeles-based American Garage created an 'art gallery' effect at their stall, exhibiting great antique Americana to savvy buyers.

I have to apologize for the fact that I did not get the next two vendors' information. I couldn't find anyone at the stall at the time, but I did get photos of their creative talents.  Could the framed, vintage swimsuits (below) be any more clever? If I had a beach house, I would shell out some clams for these babies!!!

There are two other posts from the Round Top show: one with European antiques, and the other highlights vintage goods and artistic expressions.  Enjoy!

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