Saturday, January 21, 2012

Old Summit Antique Show

Stone Fruit - Colleen Boland Freese
The holidays are over, the Christmas decorations are boxed up and put away for another year and I've sworn off cookies for the foreseeable future, *sigh*. And just when I could use a little pick-me-up, it's time for the Old Summit Antique show in Lee's Summit, Missouri! As usual, it didn't disappoint.
Forged Pieces from Wayne (W.D. Pickers Antique Mall, Platte City)
Spirit of the Home and Darrow Antiques
Early Lighting from Jody (Greenwood Antique Mall)
Candy Containers from Wayne Browning of The Toy Department (Brown's Emporium)
I hope so!

Diane Gish - Antique Cottage (Estes Park) and Forget-Me-Not Antiques (Omaha)
Colleen Boland Freese (Smokehouse Square Antiques)
Country Crow Primitives
Wonderful Lighting from Whitehorse Antiques-Rocheport, Missouri
Ever Seen a Gourd Light?
The best part is seeing friends!
Leslie and Ginger at their booth
Cloche by Ron Schrader
A very fun way to spend a cold Saturday! I'll share my little finds in another post.


annie said...

Thank you so much for sharing, I love your photos!

BumbleBeeLane said...

Drooling so many wonderful things.I would have wanted to by everything in the stand with the putz sheep.Warm Blessings!~Amy

moosecraft said...

Wow! What a great show! Can't think of a better way to daydream a winter day away!

Raggedy Creations said...

What great goodies Roberta. Looks like you had a wonderful day.


Angela said...

Looks like a wonderful place to get lost for the day. Saw lots of goodies I would have loved to brought home with me. Glad you got to go and enjoy. Thanks for sharing the photos.

TheCrankyCrow said...

Oh....Lucky, lucky, you!! I want one of everything!! Wish we had shows like that in our parts - we do have shows, but the "good" antiques and prims are few and far between....Lots and lots of glassware, vintage, and an overdose of plain ol' junk, if you know what I mean. Can't wait to see what came home with you. Hope you have a great rest of the week! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Prims By The Water said...

Oh man..wishin I lived closer to Missouri for sure looking at those fine antiques! Thanks for sharing. Stay warm, Janice