Saturday, July 28, 2012

East Hampton Show and new items added!!


One of the reasons I love the Hamptons is each weekend there are so many opportunities to be surrounded by beautiful things.  It's hard for me to choose what to attend with the many extraordinary shows but as you can expect I never miss an antique show and the Mulford Farm show in East Hampton is my favorite.
 
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American history has always interested me and when on the historic grounds I strongly feel the American connection. We all know what Ralph Lauren has done to preserve the vintage American look and he is the sponsor of the show.



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Antiques are set up both inside the buildings and outside. The paths are lined with crushed seashells...



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Refreshment area East Hampton style complete with fresh sandwiches and fruit all served on crisp tablecloths with hydrangea centerpieces, everyone's favorite!
(except Madonna, right?)



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My friend Gary always has interesting things. This antique pelican on its pedestal will grace one of the areas fabulous gardens.  Even though I went early I was glad to see a remarkable number of items sold. Notice all the vintage modern pieces with the antiques.



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Another stone bird also sold...



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This 19th century table spoke to me with its triangle shape, medium brown color and spiral legs...also sold.



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I think beach houses cry out for primitives especially in the Hamptons.  The shaded tree lined streets and the historical buildings and windmills create the perfect settings for antiques. The sawbuck table above and the window frame would look wonderful in a modern home.



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This tavern table was also marked sold.



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Another sold statue most likely will be displayed on a console table. Notice the antique windows creating interest over the vintage modern sofa. (I see my husband's reflection in the mirror, ha! A cameo!)



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This vendor had an interesting booth.  The low table is covered in sheet metal and the round spiny wall hangings are brushes from a street sweeper. A few minutes later I saw someone carrying one away.



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The moose antlers create a bowl for the seed pods.



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An 18th century threshing tool mounted on iron is now a sculpture.



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My hunt for the last few months are for these whimsical chairs of which I have a rare few available on the website.  They are really sculptures and wonderful conversation pieces. These 2 also sold.



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There were Palm Beach style booths as well and many with spectacular one of a kind jewelry.  A tradition at Mulford Farms is also big prices.



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I died when I saw this as I have been looking for one exactly like this antique French beauty.  I will post a picture as soon as Rog hangs it on my front porch...had to have it!!



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Vintage flags are iconic in summer homes and hanging one really creates the all American summers we crave.  The linens are an addiction, don't you think?



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My niece, Zoe, decided to escort me on her bike when I went running the second day of the show so I dragged her to the show to point out the flags for a quick exposure to American history.  We also stopped in the cemetery to look at the headstones, some from the 1600's.


And now from the shop....

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To celebrate summer AND the Olympics this framed vintage linen flag with hand sewn stripes and stars (29 x 41) is specially priced for my readers at $675.00. One available in this size.



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This box framed vintage flag (h 29 x 18.5) is also specially priced for my readers at $225.00.
One available. 


My first outdoor show was at Mulford Farms years ago.  I'll always remember how I felt selling a piece of art to Jon Bon Jovi and his wife and not realizing it was them until they paid!!


Many of you email me to write about my family in addition to my regular posts on interiors and antiques.  I am amazed at the comments I receive about how much you enjoy these postings (don't know how much my sisters enjoy them) but I have decided to include a picture or comment at the end of each blog letter sometimes.

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At dinner last weekend I sat across from my adorable nephew, Jake, and at the end of the meal he announced "well, I finished a whole ear of corn without teeth!"
 
Enjoy summer times and the new items posted to the site, here!!


We are closed Sundays and Mondays in July and August.

Happy Summer Days!!

Warmest regards,
Bonny   
Bonny Neiman Antiques & Artisan 
p.973-714-4541
www.bonnyneiman.com
  
Trouvaille
12 Beechwood Road  Summit, NJ
Summer Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10-5:30
  

98 comments:

  1. Bonnie-
    Here via Joni of Cote de Texas. Love that Ampersand sign and that modern brass chandelier - so many great things on your site.
    love the hamptons too.....
    those flags are great.
    pve

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  2. I am lusting over the Louis Phillipe Gold Leaf Mirror! I need it!

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  3. Hi Bonny - How nice of you to sponsor a giveaway on Cote de Texas. You know I love everything in your shop especially the 19th Century Trumeau Mirror and the Louis Phillipe gold mirror. - Stacy

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  4. Hi Bonnie! You have a veritable treasure trove of goodies! Love the linen flag...but REALLY love the parquet floor coffee table on your site! Yes please with a cherry on top!

    Joni sent me!

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  5. Hi there! So glad to find your site via Cote de Texas... I love the directore style side tables. Would look fab in my room! xo

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  6. So many beautiful things to choose from but the 19th century demilunes are fabulous! LOVE the vintage flags as well.

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  7. Your trumeaux are beautiful...Better than I have seen here in Burgundy....
    The larger would be perfect but either is fantastic...Will check your store regularly...

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  8. Fun! SO many great things.....wish I knew you were there I would have made a point to try and attend. Love your giveaway too, so generous!

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  9. Joni introduced me to your fabulous blog and website! Loving the 19th Century Walnut Ottoman!!

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  10. Hi Bonnie! I'm visiting from Joni's site and I'm in love! I love the vintage alabaster torchiere lamp!

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  11. Hi ~ I'm here via Cote de Texas. I love your site and am glad to find it. I would love love the antique gate leg table from England.

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  12. I am here from Cote de Texas. I love INV 77, the period french mirror. And I am so glad to find your blog! I look forward to future posts!

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  13. Love the Italian Giltwood and Iron Chandelier with Tassles! Great website!

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  14. Wonderful shop! Love everything but especially the 19th Century Trumeau Mirror! Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  15. I love the photos of your shop and the beautiful inventory. I live in South Jersey and want to try to make a trip in the fall. Right now I am enamored of the 19th century fragment lamp and would also love to have the 19th limed commode. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  16. Enjoyed reading your blog. I love the Embroidered Linen Antique Flag in your shop. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the give away!

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  17. Hi! Wow I love everything! My favorite are the flags but I am in love with the Trumeau mirror too. I grew up in Mattituck on the other fork of LI but now live in NC- thanks for your story on East Hampton- it reminded me of home!
    Jesq2athotmaildotcom

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  18. Hello, I am in love with all your stuff glad I came over and read the story on E.Hampton.

    Pattie

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  19. OH and I almost forgot Love the old farm table...

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  20. Here via CdT! Gonna have to visit you in real life next summer when we head to Mass. summer house! I can't pick just one thing!! Love the french leather chair...need the coast guard map...want it all :D I work for Rooney Robison Antiques in Charlotte NC. you might enjoy our blog too: http://www.rooneyrobisonantiques.com

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  21. I would dearly love to have the framed American flag. I have a red/white/blue room that would be perfect with the framed flag or the coast guard map. Here via Cdt but will read your blog from now on. Love the silver tray but I never win anything so can only dream about having it. Reach me at aljillhb@yahoo.com and thanks!

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  22. Love the zinc top table! Wondering if you make these in different shapes and sizes? Have been looking for a zinc top kitchen island and/or coffee table forever.

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    1. Hi and thanks for your response. Yes the zinc top table comes I custom sizes. Email me with your size and I will send the price.

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  23. Hello, I found you through CDT. What a beautiful blog and shop you have.

    The antique gilt chandelier really caught my eye as did the lovely marble topped server.

    Thank you so very much for hosting such a lovely giveaway. My fingers are tightly crossed.

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  24. Just discovering you via CDT! Fabulous site! I am thrilled to subscribe! I am really loving the Swedish Demi-lunes. I have a perfect spot for them in my home! You have so many lovely things. I hope to visit your store in person some day! I also have just the spot for the gorgeous silver tray... just in case ;)

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  25. Hi Bonny, Joni was right, your blog is lovely! I am so excited to be a new follower and can't wait to read all that you have to share. You have so many wonderful antiques that it is hard to pick a favorite, but I ended choosing the 19th Century Walnut Ottoman from FRANCE because one can never have too many ottomans around the house. I love the grain sack covering as well. Thanks so much for sharing your trip to the East Hampton show!

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  26. I love the French 18th Century mirror and can imagine it in my redone powder room. Thanks for the giveaway on Cote de Texas!

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  27. Your blog is absolutely amazing! Thanks for doing the Cote De Texas give-away. The 19th century trumeau mirrors are truly wonderful:)

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  28. I am completely smitten with the barley twist ottoman, which looks like it was MADE to go with a pair of barley twist chairs that belonged to my grandparents! AND the tole chandelier with wheat motif. I am from Oklahoma, I love to use wheat when I can. Wish I could see your store up close and personally. Thank you!

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  29. I love the 18th Century French Door with iron mounts.

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  30. Bonny,
    It looks like fun. I liked so many of the items in your store. My home would love the Circa 1882 Nantucket Street Map. I've been a fan even before Joni at Cote De Texas hosted this giveaway.
    Thank you,
    Karen

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  31. love love the wooden toy horse! witty and personal since we had 5 beautiful horses and miss them so much.

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  32. Love all of your items! My favorites would be your Sweedish demilunes or your gilded sconces! Also your mirror choices are amazing! Can't wait to get your blog updates

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  33. Visiting from CdeT -- and I am so glad Joni introduced us! You got a great find with that lantern and I am jealous.

    As per Joni's instructions, I absolute love the 4 pink damask chairs -- would take them in a heartbeat. Do you ship, just so that I know? I have bookmarked your site so that I can check it regularly.

    Ellen

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  34. Tall, Dark and Handsome:

    Early 19th Century Walnut Bookcase, FRANCE Inv. 724, H 85 w 46 d 17
    $6,200.00

    And taken. Isn't it always the way?

    I love this big, beautiful bookcase. What a perfect place for a shell collection or my big teapots, for that matter. Oversized artbooks and big-picture reference books would go perfectly here.

    (Thanks to Cote de Texas for pointing me to this website. "I'll be baak." )

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  35. Hi. My favorite item is the Vintage Driftwood Sculpture Mounted on Steel. I love to bring something natural and organic into a room. The driftwood brings a great sculptural quality that adds interest but doesn't scream look at me.

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  36. Lord, have mercy! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Louis Phillipe gold leaf mirror...have lusted after one FOREVER!!! So happy to learn from Joni at Cote de Texas that you have a blog!!! Have now signed up to follow it! Thank you Bonny!

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  37. Hi Bonnie
    I am here via Joni. I love your blog! What a great way to introduce us to it with a giveaway! I love the shipping basket from France but you have so many lovely things!!

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  38. My Dave is the 19th century gray and gold Trumeau mirror - gorgeous! Looking forward to reading your blog!

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  39. Hi Bonny.
    I am here from CdT and I want to tell you that I love the way you have your shop set up. I love the idea of being able to see everything on your site at once. It is much more of a pleasant shopping experience than having to click on assorted catagories to view your items. Thanks.

    Whoever purchased the Circa 1790 Louis XV Armoire is a lucky girl. It is amazing. I loved so many things. Of course the French furniture is a favorite as well as mirrors.

    Happy to have found your shop.
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  40. Love all your items! My favorite is the Artiesan Marable Top Iron Table! It's gorg!!

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  41. I love the 19th century marble top, patisserie table from France because it is so versatile and stylish. Endless possibilities for use from bar table to side table to entry to almost anything. Would fit with antique or modern decor. This table would be an item one would find a place for regardless of current trends. Manifique!

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  43. I am so enthralled with the wonderful vintage watering can from Germany; my flowers and herbs in pots would just love getting their watering from this.
    There is just a long list of beauties on your site - so glad I came for a visit and bookmarked it while there.
    Kristin

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  44. I am in love with the Sun Bleached 19th Century Architectural Pediment. What a statement piece over an interior door....
    Love your shop.

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  45. By far...these two gorgeous vintage leather club chairs!!
    http://bonnyneiman.com/inv_ready/4.11/752lg.jpg

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  46. Bonnie..It's very difficult to pick a favorite..so many wonderful items!! I really need the 19th Century Painted Shutters with iron hinges from France!!

    I'm signing up for your blog...so happy to find you.

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  47. The Taxidermy Swan is lovely. Christmas decorating would be a joy with her as the centerpiece!

    The silver tray give-a-way is very nice of you.

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  48. Where do I start? The 19th century antler chandelier would look beautiful over my dining room table, I've been working on my kitchen and looking for bread boards, and I have the perfect spot for the mora clock! I've been dreaming of one. I've bookmarked your blog and shop. A big thank you to Joni for introducing me to them!

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  49. The antique painted chair with mouton leg is beautiful! The perfect light blue, regardless of the age, and the painted wood is divine! Thank you!

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  50. Oh the show looks like it was wonderful. so many wonderful pieces. Came over from Joni's Cote de Texas blog.. ooh I loved seeing all the beautiful pieces for your online shop.. My favorte has to be the19th Century Turned Leg Bench with Stretcher from FRANCE. It says needs to be upholstered.. oh boy I have a tapestry that would be awesome!

    Thanks for a chance at the wonderful silver tray! I signed up for updates via email, how did I miss this before? Thanks again.. xo marlis

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  51. Everything is lovely in your shop, but I really love the french grape gathering basket. :)

    I have been looking for a gothic window like the one in this post (it's hanging from the ceiling in one of the pics). I wish I could find one just like it!!!

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  52. Such a wonderful blog and website! Thank you for including American items, you don't see them much, and they blend so well with Euro or modern design. The early 19 century desk/table is very special and I hope to own one someday. Looking forward to updates and your blog. Best regards, Laurie'

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  53. Such a lovely site and delightful blog! I enjoyed browsing through the show right along with you. My favorite item in your shop would be the framed street map of Nantucket.

    I have signed up for your newsletter.

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  54. Hi there! I'm stopping by from Cote De Texas. I love the Vintage Bedside Chests. I have been looking for something like these for ages!!

    kathyhanson4@gmail.com

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  55. Dear Bonny,

    I'm stopping by from Cote De Texas. My favorite item is the Vintage Classical Urn. It would look wonderful with flowers spilling out of it.
    Trudi Rowe

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  56. Dear Bonny: I love the giveaway silver tray and would use it so often....we entertain a good bit! Thank you so much for your generosity. I wish I lived near your shop, but so wonderfully convenient that you sell online. The 19th century Swedish Mora clock is my absolute favorite in your shop right now. I love Mora clocks but they are all a lighter stained wood. So much of my furniture is British antiques in darker tones and this clock would look great in my house! I have a birthday Friday, so just maybe I can spring for it as a happy to me :) Can't wait to start reading your blog. Everytime I find a new one, I go thru the archives. I look forward to yours! Have a good week!

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  57. PS...I just pinned the swedish clock and the bar cart on Pinterest! Hopefully it will generate some extra traffic to your site!

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  58. Hi Bonny, I'm thrilled to find you through Cote De Texas! You have wonderful finds and I especially love the twist leg ottoman! I look forward to reading your blog!

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  59. Hi Bonny my favorite item right now: the vintage copper lanterns, you can't have too many lanterns! the silver tray is beautiful!

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  60. So happy to learn of your store and blog! I love, love the 19th c. trumeau mirror and the pricket candlesticks! Love your things and will visit your site again for sure! I am a semi-retired designer and antiques dealer myself! Thanks for the generous give away!! Hope I win! (:
    Kelley

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  61. Hopped over from Joni's blog. I have wanted a French market basket for the longest time. There are some many things that are lovely but I heart that basket. I also would love to get my hands on one of the lovely tables pictured above. WOW. So many choices. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  62. My favorite item (at this time, ha! I love it all!) is the Louis Phillipe gold gilt mirror. I'm already a subscriber to your site and blog. What a magnificent silver tray and generous giveaway!

    Karen T.
    jkg4121@att.net

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  63. I just love that I have a Houston connection in NJ! We just need more seagrass and slipcovers in the NE now :) I have the perfect spot for a grouping of the antique herbiers. Love the silver tray!
    Holly
    holly@hgsinteriors.com

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  64. I love many of your beautiful items but today, Im torn between the darling "Mixed Media "Ballerina Princess" Inv. 2, h 38 w 26.5 for $595.00" which reminds me of one of my precious nieces and the ever fabulous "Important 19th Century Louis XIII Fauteil Chair with original needlepoint and paw feet h-48,w-27,d-31 Inv. 141." Im also mad about spool chairs these days and I love your "19th Century Spool Chair Newly Covered in homespun linen. FRANCE Inv. 57, H 37 w 18.5 d 18.5 for $595.00." So many pretties...and Im already a subscriber to you thanks to Cote De Texas, another fabulous fave. :) Joie de vivre!!

    Kind Regards...

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  65. So many beautiful items. Love the swedissh clock and have lays liked Phillips mirrors . Happy to be a new subscriber!

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  66. Hi Bonnie! I have been a long-time fan of your online inventory, but did not know about your blog-what a treat! I agree with your philosophy to surround yourself with what you love...I love my family and beautiful antiques (and not always in that order!)

    I love all of your inventory, but my favorite for a long time has been the 18th c. Gustavian server. Stunning. The silver tray is gorgeous, as well, and a very generous give-away.

    Thank you for your beautiful eye!
    Lindsay
    laooster@yahoo.com

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  67. Hi Bonny!

    You have wonderful items on your website! Joni posted on Code de Texas the Zinc top table and I have to AGREE! I love a round table and one that is conducive to conversation and lingering with a larger family is wonderful! Thanks for letting us see your blog too! I love your comments about your adventures and of course the connection to our history.

    Jan


    Jan

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  68. LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog - thanks to Cote de Texas. Especially love the Italian giltwood &iron chandelier with tassels. Thanks for your keen insight.
    The silver tray is gorgeous. Very generous, too. Thanks, Bonny.
    Gayle Roane
    gayleroane@hotmail.com

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  69. Hi Bonnie, I have been enjoying your blog. Thanks for the giveaway, I would love the tear shaped mirror, such a unique size! Regards, Sarah

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    1. Another person from CDT. I love the Vintage European Toleware 3 Light Chandelier! ps...I inherited a silver tray just like the one in the giveaway. I would love to have another!

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  71. I'm delighted to have found your site through Cote de Texas and equally sad to learn that my favorite piece is sold. The antique carved wood whale sign is fabulous! All the more reason why I need to subscribe to your blog and keep watch for more whales!

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  72. I like Inv. 5, French 18th century mirror, sale $975.00
    Linda F

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  73. The antique wicker shipping basket from France won my heart. Thanks for this opportunity to win but also to now follow your blog and get inspiration.

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  74. So happy to know of your website as well as your blog via Cote de Texas. My favorite item, although it was hard to choose a favorite, is the 19th Century Twist Leg Walnut Console Table. Love, love, love it! Can't wait to see more of your posts!

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  75. Hi Bonny, here from Joni's . Your shop is just divine; so many amazing items. I have fallen in love with your gold and silver leaf chandelier with tassel. I will sign up for your newsletters right now.

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

    2012 Artists Series

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  76. I like your vintage copper lanterns.

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  77. I'm a newcomer and I am so enjoying perusing your treasures... I love the 19TH century gilded tole sconce! There is a perfect spot for it in the inglenook.
    I've signed on to receive your posts and offerings and looking forward to them!

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  78. Love the set of twelve French Herbiers....

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  79. Love, love, love the turned leg pine farm table with drawer! http://bonnyneiman.com/inv_ready/9.11/22flg.jpg

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  80. Such beautiful items! But my favorite is the pair of 19th Century painted shutters. Thank you for your fab giveaway! Gail.kugel@gmail.com

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  81. What beautiful things. Love the garden planters.
    Looking forward to reading your blog.
    wwilsongm@gmail.com

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  82. As a 24 year old, I never thought I would find antiques so incredibly interesting, until I fell up corte de texas and your blogs! 19th Century Metal Sconce is To. Die. For!!

    stacy.tamsen.shaw@gmail.com

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  83. I love everything but my favorite thing is the bobbin chair. Giveaways are a wonderful way to advertise......especially when the prize is so pretty!
    dabneyhd@hotmail.com

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  84. So glad Cote de Texas enabled me to find you. I LOVE the 19th century trumeau mirror and the walnut ottoman. Can't wait to snap up some pieces for the new home we are building.

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  85. I am so excited to find you through Cote de Texas...my husband and I have been longtime collectors and enthusiasts of old country store fixtures. So needless to say, I love the French 19th Century 4 Drawer Store Counter. I will really enjoy reading your blog and watching for more great antiques!

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  86. Hi Bonny, I've dreamed over your site many times! I think I need to post a favorite in each category & not just one ;-) I would love to have the pair of Vintage Painted Louis XVI Style Benches in my living room but then I really need the Mora Clock at the top of the stairs and the Architectural Window with Mirror for over the double laundry doors and then Joni tells us we need a Cluster of Lucite Grapes! What's a girl to do? Thank you for your generous gift & I'm so excited to follow your blog. ~ Dawn

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  87. Hi Bonny. This looks like a great new blog. I'm excited about signing up. On your website, my favorite item was the 19th century oak hall chair from Sweden. Love it.

    smith.jennifer400@gmail.com

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  88. I have been a follower of Bonny's for awhile - I do hope you bring back the Sunday night sale! I love your window treatments! Let me know when you get in a orangy-peachy-persimmon non-iradescent silk and I'm all yours~ thanks to you and Joni for the giveaway

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  89. I too came over from Cote de Texas. You have so many beautiful things for sale. I like the Limed Wood Trumeau Mirror. Lovely tray giveaway!
    I will be following your blog!!!

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  90. I'm here from Cote de Texas. I love the Giltwood and Gilt Metal Sconces. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!

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  91. Hi Bonny, I've been a huge fan of Cote de Texas for years since my daughter recommended it. After living in Dallas all our lives, we retired to a beautiful lake house just east of Dallas that's perfect except for the summer months. So, now we're spending summers Avon, Colorado, and my favorite thing is the vintage bench/cocktail table (Kilian cloth). It would be perfect in our new summer home.
    Thank you so much,
    Beverly

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  92. I love the lantern you purchased! I'm looking for one as well for our front porch! I think I am more in need of the antique herbiers - need things on the walls! Those are still my favorite. Again, so appreciate to have found you through Cote de Texas!

    Best,
    Claire, West Texas Girl

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  93. Bonny! You have so many beautiful and interesting items it is going to be difficult honing in on just one. I could easily redecorate my home with all the wonderful items I am falling in love with from your store. I had no idea you had an online business and a blog as well. Thanks to Joni at Cote de Texas, we can now enjoy your goodies firsthand. Even though it is difficult choosing just one item, I think I would have to go for this beautiful vintage ottoman/cocktail bench in the kilim fabric from France. Would love this in my family room!

    Victoria Austin
    vaustin08@gmail.com

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  94. Bonny! What a beautiful blog! Your shop is amazing. I must say I love it all...one item jumped 19th Century French spool chair covered in homespun linen. I loved it so much. So things just speak to you don't they? Thank you to Joni at Cote de Texas for leading me here! It has been delightful to way to pass an hour! I will be back soon for far more!
    Wishing you much success!
    Sue Combs

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  95. Bonny - your taste is beautiful! I found your blog via Cote de Texas and I love the Limed Wood Trumeau Mirror - as a Trumeau mirror is on my wish list!! Thanks for sharing!

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