Feb 22, 2012

~ atlanta antique show part 3

The shopping continues in Atlanta! This is the third installment featuring dealers from The Cathedral Antiques Show. 


Whitehall Antiques from North Carolina had my attention the whole show. 
This weathervane is what I went completely nuts over... SO charming!









Apropos had a nice selection of Staffordshire and beautiful garden statuary...









B & B Johnson from Maine...



An interesting addition to the show, Bjork Antikt & Studio, from Atlanta, offered a nice selection of Art Deco and Art Moderne in addition to mid-century antiques.



The show definitely presented a nice mix... something for every shopper!
Still to come: One last post from the Atlanta Antique Show. 
Then more Atlanta shopping...

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7 comments:

jayneonweedstreet said...

I'll tell take something from every dealer! Wonderful! I love the crystal newel post! Funny that they displayed the books upside down with the St. Bernard book ends - love them!

Cynthia said...

I love the weathervane.

Babs said...

I'm drooling over all the gorgeous antiques. Love the majolica, tartanware and Staffordshire. Wish I had gone to the show. Thanks for sharing your great photos.

BRASWELL said...

Good friends were shopping for their Mobile, ala. shop, they said it was good and now I see what fabulous things they had to pick from + Thank you. xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

Party Resources said...

What fun finds! Our family home in CT has a pair of those spaniels that I believe belonged to my great great grandparents! xx

Kathryn Ferguson Griffin said...

I adore the weathervanes! Thanks for sharing. And, yes, I'm totally behind in my blog reading. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

jane carter said...

When I stepped into the showroom, I felt like I was in Provence.
The scent of lavender and the sound of running water from the antique limestone fountain along with the incredible selection of French garden antiques were really impressive. If you are looking for very large garden ornaments, French planters, etc. this is the showroom to visit. A total of 15,000 square feet of the most incredible French garden antiques, French limestone fountains, fireplace mantels and the most selective collection of planters from France with immediate availability. Each piece feels real, the atmosphere is so calming and rural. A true and unique gem to be found in West Palm Beach! Their website is www.authenticprovence.com