Like I said before you never know who you’ll see at Brimfield.
This cutie’s name is Fifi and her owners name is Yvonne
whose booth is called Shabby Fifi.
I’m sorry to say I took no photos of her booth because I thought I would get back there.
She had a few of chippy white wooden railings that I should have bought.
Just couldn’t decide which size I wanted.
The day just flew by too fast.
Ok and I forgot:)
another happy shopper!!!
Wish I could have been driven around in a stroller….
my feet were black by the end of the day from walking in the mud.
Should have worn my wellies.
Just so you don’t think all I did was talk to the doggies.
I did meet Claire…that’s her on the right.
She’s a self proclaimed
We discussed our favorite blogs and had a great time chatting.
( that’s not me next to her btw)
She is in one of my favorite tents sharing it with a few gals.
Debra of Capers of a Vintage Vixen turned me on to this tent.
Always a fun eclectic mix of vintage furniture, clothing, ephemera and haberdashery.
The vendor said this was a baby crib.
I’m not sure?….seems it wouldn’t be baby friendly.
but I still like just the clear glass on stained glass.
Or should that be called non stained glass?
Love me some rust.
Picked up a few balusters.
Well I hope you enjoyed the Brimfield Antique show from my perspective.
It was a tough go for the vendors here this Fall with some fields unable to
open due to the rain….flooding actually.
I was there on the first good day.
and this was a very little puddle compared to some.
( May Field )
Hope next Spring the weather is better for both sellers and buyers.