Pigtown Design: Favorite FInds at the Hunt Valley Antique Show

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I had the chance to attend the Maryland Antiques Show at Hunt Valley last weekend, including a lecture by Bobby McAlpine. Everything was just so gorgeous, and I saw a number of things that I coveted.

This is a early 1900’s salesman’s sample board for children’s socks.

Early 1800’s English Davenport china platter. This is part of my childhood, as we had a similar one at home.

Again this year, I was charmed by these simple glass lights, mounted on stands.

I think I would perch this wise old owl on the top of my book case.

I love these architectural artifacts.

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My friends from Halcyon House have just gotten some new jewelry in to the shop.I was particularly taken with several of the pieces, including some more by the amazing Angela Caputi.Check out the blog I am writing for Halcyon House, here.

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Meg Fielding

Meg Fielding writes the local interior design and lifestyle blog Pigtown Design. She enjoys dual citizenship with the US and the UK.

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