Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The East Hampton Antiques Show

I'm still on my week long hiatus, but I did want to pop by to mention a fun opportunity that will appeal to all who have a passion for antiques. The 2012 East Hampton Antiques Show will kick off with a preview party this Friday night. In honor of this well-regarded antiques show, House Beautiful, an Antiques Preview sponsor, will be giving away five of their favorite picks from this year's show.

The items, all of which can be seen below, are available for your perusal on House Beautiful's Facebook page. All you need to do to enter to win one of the items is to follow House Beautiful Editor-in-Chief Newell Turner on Twitter (@HouseBeautiful) live from the show between 6:00-8:00 p.m. on Friday, July 20th and then retweet a prize mention. You'll then be in the running to win of the five antiques below. Good luck!

For more information on the contest, visit
House Beautiful on Facebook. For more information on the show, visit The East Hampton Historical Society. And don't forget to follow House Beautiful Editor in Chief Newell Turner's tweets live from this Friday's Preview Party.

A vintage Georg Jensen Art Deco eyebrow brush No. 150 decorated with a Dolphin motif. Available through Drucker Antiques Inc., Mount Kisco, NY.

A circa 1930's brass and blue glass ice bucket with brass tongs. Available through Flowers & Company Antiques Center, Southhampton, NY.

A Japanese studio pottery vase with mottled aqua glaze; original "Japan" label on bottom. Availabe through David Bell Antiques, Washington, D.C.

Set of four late 19th c. English Lawn Bowls; made of Lignum Vitae and ivory inlay. Sold by Lawrence Farms Antiques, Chappaqua, NY.

Early 20th century French porcelain tray. From Anita S. Taub, New York, NY.

1 comment:

  1. There is no question. The lawn bowls are what I covet here.