Not as good as it was. Better than it will be.
...until last night.
Ball & Claw...
versus Tomato & Claw.
And while it's not opening night -- it sure was a fun night.
There's a 'feel' about this show.The quality is here.
And so are the red heads.
But while the Delaware Antique Show (seen here) is nothing to be sneezed at...
The NY Winter Antiques Show isn't so much about money...
and Delaware tax free shopping...
as much as it's about power.
and the armory hums with it.
It's clear to me...
that this show is about men.
Men who not only have the knowledge of what they want...
but the ability to secure it.
Cost be damned.
There's wonderful style here.
Not just in the things...
but in the people as well. The cookies were fantastic.
Thanks for giving us a peak at what the event was like.
Ha! Great post. Love the shot of the chair and its shadows.
Great post! Thanks for this; it's been too long since I've come up to NYC for antiques week.The ball & claw is Newport, right?-ScurvyOaks
Great you-are-there photos of an event I'm sure I'll never get to. Makes you think about warm spring days strolling in a post-lunch haze among the shops in small towns, keeping an eye out for that special something...cost to your retirement future be damned.Nice shot of the hands with the cookies.-DB
This is fabulous...
"but the ability to secure it"...sigh.MLmlanesepic.blogspot.com
Oh yes, it's a power event alright. But it's a lovely show if you like old things. I've stopped going to these events because I get tempted by things we don't need or probably can't afford like that great portrait of Czar Nicholas I in your penultimate pic.
I just discovered your lovely blog. I'm just new into blogging & have just finished off my own blog on fashion & interior design.http://scrapbook-melissah.blogspot.com/I had a lot of fun putting it together maybe you would like to check it out if you have a spare minute.xMelissah
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