I only got pictures of a few of the wonderful displays at the Old Summit Country Antique Show. The lighting inside the pavillion is a combination of flourescent and spotlights, and pictures can end up with kind of an other worldy tint.
The picture of the shoes was part of Donny Volkart's booths- his displays are always inspiring.
Love this combination of a formal iron letter holder, a hair wreath, alabaster lamp, deer antlers, a galvanized box and a broken doll- it sounds like an odd combination but it looks fantastic together.
You can't see the top of it- this is just the skirt, but this is the most awesome dress form I've ever seen.
Another one of my favorite booths was Joyce Gilpen (All that Jazz). Joyce has a booth at the Rusty Chandelier, one of my favorite out of town antique malls. Joyce has a distinctive style, and when I see her set up at an antique show, I don't even have to see Joyce to know it's her booth.
She had a glass front store cabinet full of old collars.
I tried to get a picture of the whole thing- you can see my reflection in the glass. The display was across the aisle from my booth and I loved glancing over and seeing all those collars like they were floating around an aquarium.
Diane had some other old store stock from the same place she got her collars, including a full roll of old labels that were placed on the inside of clothes that were manufactured by A Rosier & Co. I bought the roll and have labels by the yard for sale in my Etsy Shop.
I did a vintage office display on one table in my booth- the brushes on the top of the cabinet were big sellers- I didn't take one home.
Usually, I do one table of all whites & creams, but this time I just did one end of a table, and I added some green.
This little purse looks kind of sad, doesn't it? An old worn coin purse always catches my eye.
It was a fun show, and I want to give a shout out to Mary who kept me company when the show slowed down in the afternoon; my friend Mitzi from St Joe, who kept me entertained after we set up; Linda who helped me carry my thousand pound vintage typewriter and helped me with my tableclothes; and Karen, who just generally kept me entertained.