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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Some photos from last visit to Seattle.......Pacific Galleries Part 1

Last time I had a chance to go to Seattle with my hubby I got to look around
a favorite place again, as it is right down the street from his baseball work.
Pacific Galleries Antiques.
If nothing else it is so fun to look in, get ideas from and drool...
I drool alot!!
(Click on any photo to enlarge)


Don't we here at the Queen Castle need this old iron fireplace cover ?
I don't know what for but it is so cool.



They have some amazing and unique antique furniture pieces, many being shipped
from Europe. Looks at this etched monogrammed armour, wonderful!




These really old historic French transfer ware plates
were calling me!


What is not to love here, old bird cage, old religious figure
and more!!


I thought this a fabulous idea.
Look what they made from old frame shop molding samples.
Now I want some to do fun things with, don't you?



Hope you can see this Victorian silver nut dish in this case.
Amazing craftsmanship items like this from eras gone by
just thrill me!

The always have gorgeous chandeliers there!


I soooo love this cool metal head board!!!
Don't you?


If I remember right this little piano looking music box thing
was called a Tambourina.
Never had seen one like it before.

Many great vendors have all these great little things and set
them up in some wonderful vignettes.


They still had MY bed, this cool old brass bed with crown
and fleur de lis finials on the top.
This time decked out with old patriotic linens.
I still love it!



And they still had this amazing mirror and candlesticks
that I WANT!!!


These old Victorian pieces that you hardly see anymore
are amazing. What could you use them for now?


3 comments:

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

This is a neat place. Love the globes display and the birdcage and religious one. Thanks for stopping by and hope you are having a great Saturday, T

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Wow - lots of eye candy. Would love to go shopping there.

The Philip Hone Gallery said...

That headboard is amazing! I love it! Great Blog!