When it comes to antiques, Round Top is to Texas what Brimfield is to Massachusetts. Both are huge shows drawing vendors and buyers from all over the country. In Texas, the big show occurs early in April and October.
Now, I’m not much of a shopper at these events because there is just too much to see, and I am easily overwhelmed. I didn’t want you all to miss out though, so I spent a few hours at Round Top browsing the fields, tents and barns finding things to suit a variety of tastes.
Some of you are sure to have a whimsical side, and it would be fun to see what you’d do
or these bottles that have such a variety of uses? My camera died before I could take more photos of the French style, but If you want to see more really great French country items, visit here.
Speaking of bottles, my weakness, take a look at these old (and very heavy) seltzer bottles in great colors and priced at $60 each. These were the only things I saw for which there was no price flexibility. Rats because I’d like to have had one in each color!
There’s so much more to see, but I’ll save it for another day. Before checking out, however, I have to share the biggest surprise.
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