Thursday, February 23, 2012


This past weekend, Lyn and I stopped by the Weber County Fairgrounds to drop off a stack of New Century Collectors, and check out the Acorns show.  As usual, promoter Heidi Wilcox put on a show that didn't disappoint.  As we walked around the show, I talked and took a few photos, and Lyn of course,  shopped.  

Overall, the show was terrific.  Every booth seemed to have a little something to catch your eye.  But, one booth just jumped up and said helloooo.  A dealer who had come down from Montana had filled his space with the most fabulous collection of 1940's - 50's Formica top table and chair sets I've ever seen.  Even better, the tables, which along with the original chairs had been meticulously restored, each sported an assortment of vintage lamps and nicknacks.  It was simply dazzling.

If you didn't make it to the show,
you missed a real eye popper

The show was also a success for Lyn, who walked out of the building with an antique copper bucket and an Art Deco lamp to add to her growing collection of religious objects.  Two steps closer to Nirvana.  One month farther from retirement.  Que sera.

1 comment:

  1. I was at the show and saw this booth and I have to was simply the best looking booth at the entire show! So amazing!