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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Shop #2 The Antique Gallery, Round Rock Texas

As per Teresa's instructions this was a must see stop, and it did not disappoint.

This wonderful display greets you as you walk in the door, but you'll miss it because you'll be so busy looking at the size of this place. As you turn down the isles, you'll be amazed, it goes on and on.

Near the center of the mall there are 4 booths, that belong to 2 ladies. Jan Nordstrom, and Susan Pridgeon. Frankly I couldn't tell them apart. Their styles are similar, as well as their inventive displays. I spent so much time in these 2 booths just soaking up the wonderful cottage finds and displays.

old wire "in" baskets as Chandeliers??? Love it.

This is a great old clear hat box, what a wonderful display

I love stuff jsut filled with random items

These corsets are not for sale, but I thought they looked like a shoe rack. I could see where they could easily be made into a shoe organizer, or something like that.

A little Christmas Bling

I love Scales

Bed Springs as Wall pockets, Great idea.

Here are some other neat items, and cute displays I saw at this mall.

This is a McCaskey Safe. I've actually got a panel from a billing safe like this one
but this is the first I've seen all together. It was fire proof, and had something to do with billing etc.

I hope you enjoyed your tour of The Antique Gallery.
check in tomorrow for another fun stop.


Sher said...

Thanks for the tour, Margo! I can only imagine how much fun your visit was; I had fun sifting through the items in each picture!

BTW, is that a skeletal frame of an old lampshade that is being used to hold the Christmas bling? Great display ideas!


Jan~Feather Your Nest Antiques said...

My favorite display in your pics is the clear hat box. I think it is so clever and cute. Your tour was very inspirational. Makes me want to start digging in my "junk" and create!

Station 521 said...

Hi Margo,
I love reading your blog and getting all kinds of ideas for my "stuff"! Just wanted you to know that we sell the McCaskey panels whenever we find them as photo clips (I know your son is into photography). Thanks again, Debbie

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

I loved seeing these shops through your eyes!! Great job, T

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