Sunday, May 13, 2012

Brimfield Pics...Are You Ready?

Armed with my trusty GPS, some hard earned cash
 and lots of optimism and trust...
I found my way, all by myself, to the infamous
 Brimfield Antiques extravaganza.

Oh...I have been many times before...
...but this time I came alone and from a different direction.
And...let me reiterate...
all. by. myself.

So...what did I see?
A lot of treasure.
Did I take photos?
Oh yes..lots and lots.

Without further adieu... are some of the sights I saw on my first day at Brimfield.

One of the best parts of my trip was meeting up with some
 wonderful gals that I know through blogging.
Jackie, of Bliss Farm Antiques and I have been chatting and
 following each others blogs for several years now.
 I was delighted to finally meet her in person as well as her
 charming husband Steve. Her booth was beautiful and full of
 wonderful French treasures that she personally sought out and
 found while traveling in France. 

 Bliss Farm Antiques
 Bliss Farm Antiques
 Bliss Farm Antiques
 Bliss Farm Antiques
 Bliss Farm Antiques
 Bliss Farm Antiques
 Bliss Farm Antiques
 Bliss Farm Antiques
Bliss Farm Antiques

 so cool...


that color blue...

These tiny vials of watch parts were in Mary's booth
 of Vintage Inspired.
Her shop is located in Burlington, Vermont.
Mary was so nice to talk to and had a lot of interesting things. 
You kind of stuff! 

Mary shared her booth at Brimfield
with Jessica from Willow House in South Burlington, Vermont.

Check out the elephant head drawer pulls...

...and doll head clocks!

...lots of industrial items...

While in this booth...a couple purchased this old wood ladder.

There were so many things to see...
...and I have lots more photos to share.

To be continued...

so far, so good?


Shelley in SC said...

Oh wow . . . I'm drooling all over my keyboard!


I could spend my life savings away...reminds me of Roundtop. Wonderful pics, I really enjoyed looking at them!

Yeta said...

Wouha ! Que tout est beau !
All these pictures and things are beautifull ! (Sorry for my english !)

Andy's Attic said...

Unbelievable! I could spend hours and hours there. Almost too much eye candy at once. What did you bring home??

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...


Such treasures!

Some pretty pricey but so awesome just the same!

W. theAntiquesLovers said...

I just loved each one pics!!! i would enjoy to shop there with you!! so lucky!!! I'm back at work now!

Rainbow Gatherer said...

lovely market,I wish I can visit that place too=)

lisaroy said...

Thanks so much for taking us along with you! This is one market I want to get to some day - I would give up any vacation to rummage around there! And actually going alone I find can be the best thing - you can stay focused and find exactly what you're looking for without feeling like you are slowing anyone else down. :)

sharon santoni at my french country home said...

WOW Laura
That looks like a really great fair, some people have spent a LOT of time finding all that treasure.
Look forward to seeing what you cam home with

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

I'm in Heaven Laura !!
I won't say which things I liked as I love all of it !!
No wonder you have so many treasures Laura when you go to places like Brimfield !!
Have a lovely week and I look forward to seeing more from Brimfield. XXXX

Miss Holly said...

Well.....the doll head clocks would not be coming home with me but.....the rest of the photos are wonderful..can't wait to see the rest!!

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

You had me from the very first photo. Oh, that little green car just hanging there! I'm supposed to be getting ready for work right now, but now I'll probably be late. I've got to go back and drool over all your photos. And there's more coming?!

Renee said...

I so wanted to go this year...I have been other years, but the dates didn't work out this time.I usually go up a day early to pick up my son from college, but he isn't coming home until next week and the drive is just too far for me to go twice. Love these pics because I'm now I'm traveling vicariously through you...keep them coming!

trash talk said...

So far so very good. I don't even know what some of that stuff was or is, but I loved it all.

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

Love seeing your photos Laura...I saw alot myself but looks like I missed even more! Thanks!!

Cindy said...

I think my head is going to explode! Such great stuff! I would have lost all my savings if I had attended! Great photos!

Muffy's Marks said...

You bet, so far so good, Love looking at old things, even though I don't purchase for myself. Great photos. Can't wait for more!

Anne Marie said...

looks so great Laura - how fun you got to go

thank you for sharing your photos
happy belated mother's day to you

Unknown said...

OMGosh, I am swooning!! What a treasure much eye candy....wish I could be there!

Unknown said...

Thank you so much I feel like I had a little outing! Such great pictures, I could hang out on your site all day!! So glad I found you!

Pura Vida said...

gosh I love the bottles and the linens

Anonymous said...

I have always wanted to go to Brimfield's. I heard about it several years ago but live to far away to make the trip. I can see there were loads of great items. I am partial to Bliss Farm Antiques because I am a Francophile and love French antiques.

I have a couple of the Frozen Charlotte dolls that I purchased a long time ago. They are so sweet!

I have to say you are a brave woman making that trip all by yourself! You should give yourself an "atta girl" pat on the back!

teaorwine said...

I visited Brimfield back in the 80s where I found an amazing convergence of unique items. Bring your walking shoes as it spans many open fields!


Woodside Park said...

Laura! Geez, I want so many of those goodies. Love the twines from Bliss Farm. And, all the garden goodies: cans, urns, planters :-)
If I went by myself, I'd buy wayyyyy too much, and get into all kinds of trouble. You have fun and behave, ok? Please share more photos! I'm seeing lots of garden items. Yay!!

Woodside Park said...

Forgot to say THANK YOU!! for snapping and posting so many photos. Loi

Anonymous said...

I am just dying to go to Brimfield. When I freelanced for Garnet Hill our head designers went to Brimfield annually and brought back treasures and much to see and love. Thank you for sharing!!!

"Alone again.... naturally!" said...

Saw...coveted...wished! Can't wait for the next photos!

Sussi / Sussinghurst said...


Anne Lorys said...

Holy cow!!!
I'm drooling AND hyperventilating!

I'll make it there one day, *sigh*.

Anne said...

Awesome photos! I had so much fun even with the rain:) can't wait to see more pictures.
-Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens
P.s. good for you for going yourself:)

Egretta Wells blog said...

Wow! And what did I like best?I think the blue kitchen cabinet, but then, there is that tricycle or those frozen charlottes and charlies....Maybe I would love about 99.9% of all of it!!Thanks for sharing, Egretta

jacklynn4 said...

So far so great! I took some of the same photos you took, lol, birds of a feather and all:)

Thanks for stopping by my booth. Next stop, France!

from me to thee......... said...

ok, I want the blue metal bed and the blue and floral china bowl/dish......please....never in my life have I seen soooooo much stuff! How fun!

Beulah Bee said...

almost as good as being there...

ByLightOfMoon said...

I adore your photos and can;t wait to see another day or just more...

I love going by myself too and went to Texas at the Round Top and Marburger Farms, etc, etc, and etc.
a few years ago. It was bliss!

Thanks again for sharing, it is amazing what you might find at these events!
Smiles, Cyndi

LizlovesVintage said...

I'm so thrilled you posted these!!
Have a great week,
xxx Liz

Karena said...

I am thinking ...when I go to Brimfield, how in the world am I going to get everything home I want and pondering being broke. Broke with excellent antiques!!

Thanks Laura!!

Art by Karena

Col Newlybird said...

Wonderful photos! Such creative displays and interesting vignettes. . . those doll head clocks, the frozen charlottes, the teeny vials of watch parts, those antique french books. Thanks so much for sharing!! I've been dreaming about Brimfield for years, one day I'll get there! Your blog truly inspires. Well done!

miss flibbertigibbet said...

OK...I'm hyperventilating...obviously I'm going to have to rest between these posts....
Blessings, Lorraine

Unknown said...

Oh what great stuff!! So glad to find you through Bon Bon Break. I feel like I'm there in person browsing through your post!