Monday, April 23, 2012

Antique Garden Furniture Show and Sale

Garden lovers, take note. The 20th Anniversary Antique Garden Furniture Show and Collector's Plant Sale , chaired this year by Bunny Williams and Barbara Israel, will be hosting their preview party at the New York Botanical Garden this Thursday evening from 6-8 pm. The party is a great opportunity to get a first look at the annual show which is known for its impressive displays of antique garden furniture and ornaments as well as exotic plants, all of which is for sale. This year's show, of which the proceeds benefit the New York Botanical Garden, is open from April 27-29.

For more information or to purchase tickets for the preview party, please contact

Image at top: A French 19th c. carved stone deer from French Country Living Antiques. This statue as well as those below will all be available for sale at the show.

Boy with Swan, 1875. Côté Jardin Antiques.

Terracotta maiden, c. 1870. Barbara Israel Garden Antiques.

Lead Fountain Figure, English, c. 1940. Barbara Israel Garden Antiques.


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  2. The Terracotta maiden is spectacular - do you know any more about her?

  3. I've never actually visited the botanical gardens in New York but it looks rather spectacular in regards to the scenery and aquisition of particularly significant sculptures. Keep up the great work, hopefully I will get to visit one day =)

  4. Great stuff to have! The above all sculptures are so beautifully and meticulously made! I really loved the this view of this garden. Anyway, thanks for sharing.

  5. Jennie8:52 PM

    All that's missing are some teak benches next to the statues so you can sit and reflect :)