Scott's- Part Two

 My dad and I had two booths at Scott's Antique Market last weekend. While he manned the booth, I had a chance to see what else was out there. If you missed Part One, HERE it is. Here are the rest of the treasures I spotted...

I love mirrors of every kind. And turquoise.

Another beauty.

Brass inlay. Gorgeous. There was a pair.

Wonderful mirrored side tables.

 Eighteenth century doors with Tuscan scene...sigh...

 David and Susan won best of show in my opinion, with this fabulous console made out of an architectural fragment and grape buckets. It sold immediately.

I died for his mirrored tray too. Could hang on the wall in a series...

The ottoman lady kills me every time.

 And Lisa makes these amazing consoles or islands out of antique French baskets with zinc tops. Sure wish I was planning a kitchen right now!

 This antique island was from Belgium and the perfect bleached color. Only $395.00. Destin folks, these were the owners of Antiques on might get lucky!

There was a pair of these petite chairs in charcoal linen. The proportions were so cool! SOLD.

George had this sweet little landscape surrounded by giant cove moulding. George has such an eye!

Louis XIV settee for the foyer at a great price.

 I wanted these stylized metal fleur-de-lys, or giglio lamps. The shades were oval linen, and soooo pretty.

Yummy blue pillows at Sudi's.

 English barley twist alter chair in white linen. The perfect accent in a neutral space.

 Belgian landscapes at Marlene's.

Throwing in some mudroom cubbies.

 Zebra leg lamps. Poor baby. They were chic though, in a Mary Macdonald way.

 I looked at these for a client. 

 Carol's reupholstered sofa in belgian linen.

My favorite art of the day. 

A treat for me;) Antique Italian. The woman he acquired it from paid $650.00 for it, (with original receipts) in 1962. I got it for A LOT less:)

PILES of mismatched silver.  We were thoroughly entertained by the people who would come and dig for hours. By the end, we were digging too, and I can assure you it's addicting. I found some antler horn silverware from the 1800's and my dad got monogrammed spoons to make spoon rings for his granddaughters. Did you know that they are back in full force among the teenage set?

Enjoy the sunshine!
Ciao a tutti-


Lori @ Lori May Interiors said...

Can't believe I didn't see you! I didn't realize that you were there! :(
Hope it was a good weekend for you and love all your finds!

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