Circa: Early 1900’s: Full of beautiful, ornate style which is typical of classic French furniture, this stunning Vitrine is handcrafted out of painted cedar wood with carved floral and leaf decoration. With a curved glass panel door, door opens to the right, and one glass shelf. The legs look graceful in a bowed stance with a shelf located near the base of the feet.
Bob and I have a passion for traveling the world in seeking antiques for our home and the catalog. We especially love the exquisiteness of French Antiques and are always in search of the perfect piece. Antiques serve as a lovely vehicle to showcase our products both in the store and photographed for the catalog. But what is it about French Antiques that draws us to this style?
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, from the colors of the season to the gathering with friends and family, Thanksgiving is a special time of year. Each year I meticulously plan a Thanksgiving dinner and spend more time setting my table than cooking the turkey! I enjoy bringing in seasonal accessories like turkey salt & pepper shakers, cornucopia center pieces and fall confetti to brighten up my table. It elevates it to a whole new level. In the past I have used a white damask tablecloth, like Breton and added accessories. Last year I purchased the Harvest tablecloth with matching napkins featuring colorful pumpkin and corn embroidery. I still added seasonal accessories, but just scaled it back a bit. From classic all white to intricate embroideries or farm designs, enjoy Thanksgiving with your unique table setting.