|Denise's Dress Form for this Show - An Assembled Angel|
We just got home from another wonderful two day Vintage Marketplace in beautiful Rainbow, Ca. Rita Reade and Christie Repasy hosted yet another amazing Marketplace! This dynamic duo really puts on a great show and it is not only a great venue for selling our items but it really is the best place for laughing with fellow artists who we now call friends, drooling over amazing creations from super creative women and meeting sweet people who give such positive feedback on our work! Thanks to everyone who came out in spite of the power outage and the warm weather- it was a fun show - we'll see you all again in December!
Please stop by The Rustic Sparrow on Grand Ave. in Escondido to see more of our work in between shows!
|The White Horse Relics Booth at the September Vintage Marketplace|
|We found this 1905 Victorian Dress back east this summer.|
We added the ribbon flowers, feathers and vintage equestrian
hat and umbrella for a funky steampunk look.
|I love the detailing on the back of this 106 year old outfit!|
|Denise's Church Chair with Vintage Painting drew a lot of attention this weekend- many admirers thought the marriage of the painting to the chair was the perfect match|
|Denise showcased several new assembled trays at the show - these are great one of a kind sculptural pieces as well as beautiful serving trays, jewelry trays and great for decorating at the holidays|
|Denise's hand painted ornate headboard and vintage tables were popular - she's using shades of gray on some of her pieces now which is a nice alternative to white|
|This great vintage ironing board is stamped "Hatherly" we thought that was the maker - turns out it comes from the Hatherly Hotel in England|
|Denies and her sweet friend Susan who also shares a passion for Italian and Fabulous Vintage items|
|Another look at Denise's Assembled Angel - she's very grand and "ethereal" as our neighbor Janelle called her. She's quite tall and statuesque and really added a beautiful, special touch to our space|