Here are a few photos of our day at Marburger Antique Show in Round Top.
Everything was a visual feast.
I've never seen anything like this unusual terrarium.
I'm in alabaster heaven!
There was a lot of burlap upholstered furniture and chandeliers like above.
Speaking of chandeliers, this booth was the motherlode!
This booth was like a fantasy land!
The girls and I had a very fun day at Round Top. We shopped until we dropped!
Stay tuned. More to follow later!
Wow! So many interesting things to look at. Loved the chandeliers!
Delores, I would have felt like a dog in the forest for sure, How fun , can't wait to see more and to find out if you purchased anything, Hugs Kathysue
I saw very little that I didn't want, Delores! So glad you had a good time!
Wishing you a happy Easter!
Looks like a fantastic place to visit. I'd sure be spending some money there!
Love the photos, wish that I has been there as it looks like a lot of fun.
I wish we had a venue like that here. What fun and so many goodies!!
I always want to stay a while in the magnolia pearl booth.. she makes everything so warm and inviting :) thanks for sharing! I missed the trip this year and Im aching to be there!
Delores, WoW, Thanks for sharing those amazing photos.... the crystal chandelier shop made m jaw drop I can only imagine how incredible it looked in person... Did your friend have to hold you back? Can't wait to see more photos!
Wish I were there with you! What fun you must be having. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous photos!
I usually attend Marburger, but had to miss this year. Thanks for sharing the photos. It helped me feel like I got to see a little of what I missed. Looking forward to more photos.
Oh you lucky lucky girls - want to see more.
Oh I can just hear you all. Look at this, wow, oh wait look at this. Come here, quick, over here. How would you ever choose?
Oh, I love the alabaster items and the chandeliers.
Oh, what fun! I sure hope to make it down for the show...someday!
Have a blessed weekend!
Thank you for posting photos from Marburger! I think that terrarium is faux bois, I wonder if Robin from Magnolia Pearl saw that, I know her and John love it. Speaking of her, thank you for sharing her booth, it's so beautiful. Have a beautiful Easter weekend!
~Tracie (Cathleen's friend in HBG ;)
You are soooo lucky...what amazing booths.
Have a wonderful weekend...
A dream come true...I've always wanted to shop Roundtop. Came close 2 years ago when hubby and I had flown to a nearby town for a funeral, just didn't think it was appropriate to bring up the subject at the time. I can't wait to see the pictures. Your right...Alabaster Heaven and Chandlier Motherload. I heart would have been racing so fast!!
Great photographs - almost felt I was there too (wish I was) - what an amazing fair! x
Wow! Amazing! That must have been a fun shopping trip!!!
Look at all those gorgeous chandeliers...WOW!
Oh my - look at all that eye candy!! I see several things I would like to have. I could easily get lost in a place like that Thanks for sharing your trip
Goodness me, I knew it was a great place to visit - I just have to get there before I die!!!! Love, love your chairs, looks like they have really beautiful things - such as the china cabinet in my favorite French blue-gray!!!!
Thanks for sharing so much beauty (the chandeliers!) Delores - Texas definitely knows the way to our hearts!!!!!
Mary - A BREATH OF FRESH AIR
Wow. They really do do it better in Texas. How did I end up in Iowa. Oh yeah for the love of my man. :)
Thank you for stopping by "Cozy Blanket". My grandkids are my joy.
What a beautiful family you have. Love roses, as well. So exciting about your daughter being on Glee and on the cover of RS. You must be busting at the seams.
I was searching on the Internet about birth baths in alabaster, when I found your blog, that has a photo of a fantastic ensemble of pieces in alabaster, taken at The Marburger Farm Antique Show
I inherited a birth bath in alabaster similar to the pieces of your photo. I’m looking to learning more about that birth bath. I would like to known where it was made or when it was produced. I suppose it is Italian, but I’m not sure.
Could you be so kind and give me the name of the antique dealer who was selling the alabaster pieces
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