Antique Week at Round Top can be exhausting. The crowds are huge and
the sheer size of the entire venue is somewhat overwhelming. I went on the
last day which was Saturday, the day before Easter. The crowds while still
quite large, were not as stifling as those in the past so it was definitely easier
I decided to limit my focus to Marburger Farm. There were about 350
vendors from all across the country and some foreign ones too spread out
through ten huge tents and twelve charming and historic buildings.
I am so happy I made this choice because I saw some fabulous pieces.
Don't you love this chair? My Mom would have been beside herself
with joy. She loved French pieces ~ especially in blue and white.
Love the lines of this sofa too.
Lots of vintage silver in many of the displays. I was happy to
I was just oohing and aahing over the many pretty table and hanging
This bouillotte lamp in this color ~ love, love, love it!
This pair of chairs. If Mom had been with me she would have been
pulling out her credit card ;-)
Notice the detail on the side. Statement piece for sure.
French grain sacks were everywhere and on everything.
Beautiful antique doors and architectural elements.
The day could not have been more perfect. The show was fabulous and
the weather superb. The rolling hills, wildflowers in bloom and cattle
everywhere. Truly a memorable experience.
Come back by tomorrow and I will have more pics to share with y'all!
Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley