Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Come with me to the Rhinebeck Antiques Fair!

For those of you who weren't able to attend I've compiled some of my pictures to give you the virtual tour. Click on images for a larger view.

I'm going to try to match up dealer's names with their displays as best I can, but if I mix it up please forgive me and if you are the dealer please let me know and I will fix it.

All said it was an amazing day... so much eye candy!  Enjoy!


Best... Canace
Just a little something for your studio ;o)

Melissa Bourque Antiques, Garrison, N.Y.

Brass crate stencils. ..I've never seen a round one before.

Now that's a pair of glasses!

Otto & Susan Hart, Arlington, VT 802-375-1187 ottohart@sover.net

Otto & Susan Hart, Arlington, VT 802-375-1187 ottohart@sover.net

Antique Prints & Papers, Highland Park, N.J.


Eleanor Lee Antiques, Woodstock, N.Y. 845-679-6683



Hilary & Paulette Nolan, Falmouth, Ma 508-548-0127  hpnolan@mac.com

Hilary & Paulette Nolan, Falmouth, Ma 508-548-0127  hpnolan@mac.com

I would have LOVED to own a pair of these!


This was hand carved and each piece is removable

Nutting House Antiques, New Paltz, N.Y.

There were so many more of these... so beautiful!
Marie Miller American Quilts, Dorset, Vt.

Victor Weinblatt, American Country Antiques and Folk Art, South Hadley, MA  413-533-6435  vweinblatt@comcast.net

Can you tell I absolutely LOVE these? Mr Weinblatt was nice enough to tell us the story behind 'skarns'.. isn't it the most beautiful piece?

Every single spool/skarn was hand carved with a beautiful soft patina. 

Victor Weinblatt, American Country Antiques and Folk Art, South Hadley, MA 413-533-6435  vweinblatt@comcast.net

Passports, Salisbury, Ct.

Passports, Salisbury, Ct.
This is Jonathan Oseas, all decked out in his turquoise jewelry. His necklace is an arrangement of old silver dollars. A very sweet man with a great collection of old tools.

 Jonathan and his wife Iris's antique store is the 'Van Deusen House', one of the historic Hurley NY houses. Make sure you call first! 845-331-8852  vandeusn@netzero.com

Jonathan Oseas

INDDESIGN, Upper Black Lake Eddy, PA 610-982-5298 inddesign@earthlink.net

This guy is fully animated, complete with lights!

INDDESIGN, Upper Black Lake Eddy, PA 610-982-5298

Such a beautiful piece of hardware, now a sculpture.

Thomas R Longacre, Marlborough, NH  603-876-4080
I fell in love with these 19th century window guards. So sculptural!   Pioneer Folk Antiques, Ellsworth, Maine 207-664-4744



Richard C. Kyllo Antiques at Grassy Fork, Saddle River, N.J. 201-327-7343

Care to guess what these are? They stand 6' + !   ~Antiques~ Cunha ~ St. John, Charlestown, MA 617-285-3298

I really should have been born in the 1880's... AND lived on the prairie. (With a maid)

Worden Select Objects, Burr Oak, MI 269-489-5311 worden@net-link.net

Worden Select Objects, Burr Oak, MI 269-489-5311

 


Okay now, this one REALLY belongs in my studio! Such tiny drawers and beautiful patina. I've lost sleep over this one!



 


   William E. Lohrman Antiques, New Paltz, NY 845-255-6762




You fiber artists would have loved this piece... maybe you still could!
 It's all samples of different wools.



Lana Smith Antiques, Louisville, KY 502-452-2534  Lsmithfolk@aol.com
That center wheel trolley has my name on it too. Imagine something so practical, made to be beautiful at the same time.
Marilyn Draper, Barrington, Illinois 847-381-1242 thistle.mdraper@att.net






 And last, but certainly not least is High Falls Mercantile with beautiful Larlotte showing off the unique inventory of the mercantile. 
High Falls Mercantile, High Falls, N.Y. 


9 comments:

Janet Baskerville said...

Larlotte, good to see you Saturday - you where looking so good!! :)

Cherie said...

... Ohhhh be still my beatibng heart, I'm drooling, speachless, flummoxed and more ... so much in one place ... Ohhhh how I want to be THERE!!!
Did you buy any treasures?

Canace said...

Told you to come back! lol

It really was a breathtaking show of the finest antiques.

I bought 2 lovely little calipers from sweet Mr. Oseas. I plan to visit him at his beautiful stone house too. Want to come? ;o)

Cait said...

Lorette! I didn't realize we had a new employee!

Cait said...

Would help if I spelled it right ;-)

Jo Archer said...

Oh my god! That place is fantastic, I could get lost in there for about a year! Thanks for sharing. x

ArtSnark said...

ooh - I'll take one of everything, please ;) Lucky you -must have been so much fun!

fishyfacedesigns said...

How did you use control??? I think you found such amazing "stuff"... thanks for sharing...Just saying in advance heeheee I am jealous of whatever you purchased!
Take care!

Larry Ruhl said...

What fantastic coverage! I saw things here that I never even saw in person.
Beautiful Thank You.
Larry