I didn't want to bog down any of my blogger friends computer so I am blogging this weeks post in 2.
These Wallace Nutting prints are rather small. The frames are 4.5 x 5.5 and the print is a mere 2x3
The smaller the prints the more expensive they are. I had been looking for a long time for small Nutting prints for this area and here they were in Brimfield. The frames are not in mint condition, but I will keep the prints in the original frames. I now want to find a couple larger Wallace Nutting prints. My husband and I have recently redone every room in the house, and have started to collect antiques prints. I have quite a few different artists.
I just absolutely adored these wall planters. I wished I cold have taken each and every one of them home with me. This booth had a lot of really nice pieces. This booth also had a lot of nice prints, but the dealer was priced rather high. Which here in MA we don't seem to have the deals that I see most bloggers in other states find.
Look at these beauties.
This is the first one I found, it was laying on a table and I took a picture to show my sister.
Then when I found a whole group of them, I was so excited like I was bringing them home....
I just love this one
I had found this vase a couple months ago in one of our local vintage shops.
I just love the back the way it curls like a cobra ready to attack. I have some Astilbes in it here but it sure did look sweet also with hydrangeas. I will be using this often next garden season.
Now on to the vases at Brimfield.
This blue vase is so pretty and would look so pretty in my blue bedroom. I just love the colored glass. I wish I had a nice sunny window for a colored glass collection.
And look at this beautiful yellow, there is just something happy about yellow.
I am looking forward to returning to Brimfield in the Spring.
Linking this to Marys Share the love Wednesday
Honey at Potpourri Friday.