The dealers filled both a small and a large exhibition hall surrounded by outside dealers, food trucks, and live music.
Beautiful weather - sunny, but very windy.
The first booth as you walked in was filled with goodies.
I am sorry I cannot tell you her name.
She had left her cards at home.
This plush velvet sofa sold quickly.
One of my favorite booths was The Dove Cote Brocante.
You can find her on Instagram.
Jewelry, furniture, and delightful images galore.
See the large rabbits?
Mohair animals of all sorts.
While in this booth I heard my name being called and spied a friendly face.
Sissie of Sissie's Shabby Cottage - it was so nice to finally meet in person.
Sissie knew I could be found where the doll heads hung out!
Her sister was kind enough to take a photo.
Phyllis, my sister-in-law, drove down from Atlanta.
We shopped for several more hours.
I met Beth of Olde Tyme Marketplace from Marshville, North Carolina. (Website HERE)
This is where I learned a lesson about these big shows.
If you see something you want, grab it!
A large space filled with furniture and architectural salvage.
The booth stayed packed.
A great idea for old drink crates who have lost their luster.
This was my favorite booth.
Pancake Hill - Ingrid can be found on Instagram under Pancake Hill.
I did buy several items from here.
I really desired and lusted after the green table.
Kept circling around until -GASP! - it had sold.
I also loved the cubby cabinet, but not sure if it would fit.
I did enjoy the show.
There will be one in North Augusta right up the road from Riverfront Antique Mall in May.
I have my tickets already!
Horror Monster Giveaway Winner is Fonda Rush who must be the luckiest person in the world.