Sunday, March 21, 2010


Yep again a fantastic antique fair in Brussels. It's not like in Maastricht, but It's always nice to see nice things.

As always the dealers did their best to present wonderful objects.

Here are some impressions

And here are some wonderful pictures of the very nice stand of Brigitte Garnier, Blogger and antiquedealer together with her husband


Greet said...

Mooie foto's en vooral mooie stukken! je hebt me zeker overtuigd om vrijdag te gaan kijken!
Ja, de stand van Brigitte is altijd heel gezellig!

Renee Finberg said...

what fun....
i wish i had gone too.


Anci said...

Wow, lovely and beautiful !


Picture of Elegance said...

Very inspirational. The timeless look is here to stay!

Lord Cowell said...

So many beautiful things. Is it wrong to covet them??? It is so hard to find quality antiques on this side of the world. Thanks for sharing. David.

Michael Mattison said...

Was just having a last look at blogland before we head out to catch the TGV to Paris, and seeing your post here I just had to comment. Mirrors! The magic of mirrors. Beautiful objects in your photos here, and beautiful photos themselves.
When I was 16, there was a European-style café in Seattle called "Dilettante" we'd go for dessert after the cinema, trying to be all adult and European. It was this magically small space, dark brown walls and dozens of antique mirrors. The vibe was very much like "Bar della Pace" in Rome, which of course I couldn't know at the time, but there was just this wonderful Old World charm and patina to the place that was so unique in a city so practically-oriented and non-Old-World like Seattle. Anyway, the magic of those mirrors, the candlelight -- quite a vibe.
Well, off to Paris now for lots of patina and charm.
Have a good week yourself,

Patty said...

I love the endless reflection of mirrors in the first picture ;) looks like a great exhibition!


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