Yesterday's antique show was another good one. As always, I get to the show early to have breakfast -biscuits and gravy -provided for dealers by Sandee, the show promoter and her husband. That's a pretty nice perk for an antique show. After breakfast I wander around between the booths and enjoy the great merchandise.
One thing I love about this show is how the dealers decorate for the season while still staying true to the country roots of the show. No bright orange jack-o-lanterns or witches on brooms.
Instead you'll find clever displays like the fall color tins paired with an owl; or black pinecones with black branches in a garden urn.
A raven perched on a paper mache goose next to a black shutter.
A baby pumpkin is a nice contrast to this set of blue books.
A basket of oatmeal colored yarn makes you think of fall and sweater weather.
This dealer went all out with his corn stalk fence. I doubt I'll decorate for fall with cornstalks in my house, but it made a dramatic display at the show.