I travelled to the Metrolina International Collectibles & Antiques Show in Charlotte, NC last weekend. Â These shows occur monthly throughout the year but the fall show is the largest.
This place was huge and despite the enormity Eddie’s tour came right up to the booth where my Mom and I were shopping some well priced suzanis.
Some of the standouts,
vintage bingo, great for display
I shouldn’t have passed up the yellow pot, loved the color
amazing antique chandelier
great storage for an office
vintage reading cards
these are German, hand-painted shooting targets. Today they would make great art.
this silhouette was a little overpriced but there were some portions of love notes and framed calligraphy hanging above it that were so delicate and beautiful
beautiful British antique trophy with a hefty price tag
My Mom and I were taken by this hand drawn and colored piece of art but after reading the price tag three times we determined that it did in fact say $750-
unique vintage Russian graphic print, I pictured it in a tween’s room or bachelor’s apartment
this vendor said he’d take $100 for either these antique beds. The posts are really striking, they remind me of bowling pins and the side rails were very nice too. A real steal!
antique Fox Hunting print, the riders jackets were really more of a Hermes orange. I thought about this for a while but couldn’t place it in my space.
two vintage original etchings by a listed artist. The vendor wanted $120 for the one on the left and $100 for the one on the right. They both had Philadelphia Museum of Art stamps.
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