The Fall Show at Blue Hills

Updated: Oct 19

Arriving at Round Top is quite the experience. This tiny town draws 100,000 people to this infamous antiques week, traipsing on foot through the fields to find that needle in a haystack, something no-one has seen before. When I first came as a buyer it was hard to know where to begin. However, Blue Hills was always the recommendation by others for the place to start!



So I return for the Fall Show as a vendor and cannot wait to show you some of the European pieces I have collected and sourced. Each show is so new and exciting and one of the greatest opportunities for me Blue Hills presents is meeting so many wonderful people with a unified passion – the love of beautiful quality antiques, art and eclectic finds.



We love sharing our pieces with our clients and visitors, thoroughly describing what the piece is, how it is constructed, where it was found and what makes the piece so unique and special. Knowing that a beautiful find is going home with someone that will be loved as much as we have loved it, is very satisfying indeed!


My husband and I have travelled to Sweden, Belgium and England in early June and it was certainly one of the most successful buying trips we have ever had!



Some of these unique pieces we are bringing to the Fall Show include a variety of styles:

An exceptional 1780 Dutch bombe linen cupboard, an 8ft antique Swedish oak dining table, beautiful stone statues, mirrors and wonderful French newly upholstered sofas and chairs.