Wednesday, February 27, 2013

West Palm Beach Vintage Market

During the first week of my month long stay in Palm Beach, Florida, I attended the monthly West Palm Beach Vintage/Antiques Fair. There were well over 1,000 vendors present, in both indoor and outdoor locations. Quite massive indeed. I spent 4 hours there, checking out each and every seller's wares. I must say, most of the items were either not my thing (too 'granny'), too expensive (what's the fun in that), or too large to even consider lugging home to Canada.
Here are some photos of what caught my eye but were not practical to purchase, obviously. In my next post I will reveal the 2 minor but lovely treasures I DID end up purchasing.

 3 stools from the NY School of Art & Design circa 1950- $95. each

 the OLIVER Standard Visible Writer- $250.

 Cathrineholm at non-bargain prices

 Stunning Vintage Buttons at non-bargain prices

 Vintage Posters



 Rare 7 piece Salterini Set

 Interesting Swivel Patio Chairs

 Lots of Vintage Signage Letters

 Pair of Interesting Photo Lampshades

 Really loved the delicate lines of this single chair

Pair of Milo Baughman 'Z' Chairs @ $300./each

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Caged Canary said...

I have to be honest, I don't like everything that you have picked out there. However, there are a few things there that are beyond gorgeous and are just stunning. I'm really fussy too so that's saying something ;)

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