The sun was shining, the temperature was a New England chilly, and the bargains were enticing. Accompany me on a trip to Sage Farm Antiques Vintage Christmas Pop-up in New Hampshire and the story of 3 Holiday Wreaths.
With my little buddy, Ella.
Sage Farm Antique’s weekend pop-ups are one of my favorite vintage home and garden shopping events to attend when I’m in Maine. Check out their website for their events calendar.
Check out this Sage Farm Antiques Early Evening Buy Event I went to this past spring too.
Ho Ho Holidays
This weekend’s vintage event was themed “Ho Ho Holidays”. Filled to the brim with vintage Christmas decor at bargain prices! I wasn’t expecting to pick up much honestly, as I already have quite a vintage Christmas collection, haha.
But this vintage haul may be one of my favorites.
Right off the bat, I spied these vintage snowshoes.
I bought all 3 vintage snowshoes on the left. Our Vermont winter visitors at The Vintage Soul in Vermont will just love these for their own Vermont homes this holiday season. You may see more about my vintage window booth HERE.
And the kind folks at Sage Farm started my very own pile…
Oh, and did you know that the owner, Sheryl of Sage Farm Antiques also has a Bernese Mountain Dog.
You may also enjoy the posts, Front Door Ski Lodge Vintage Snowshoes from our home in Maine. And the post, Ski Lodge Vintage Snowshoes from our home in Vermont.
SHOP VINTAGE SNOWSHOES
Christmas Evergreen Windowbox
And I want to make my Christmas window boxes look like this one.
The handmade Christmas crafts were just so clever too. Like this girl elf in a Christmas box with her Bernese Mountain Dog.
Although I didn’t buy it, it was one of my favorites.
There were mini Christmas trees and wooden cradles.
Christmas place settings, chairs, and toy blocks.
Antique Farmhouse Table
And then there was this gorgeous antique pine farmhouse table.
A table I’ve been looking for, for approximately 2 years now to replace an old white reproduction one that we currently have at our home in Vermont.
And there it was…
The table top is made from Maine king pine from the 1700s.
And the foundation is from the early 1900s, paired together to create this marvelous farmhouse table.
It was perfect and I look forward to bringing it back with us to the dining room at our home in Vermont.
Join me for a walk around the market to see more in this video:
You may also enjoy the post, Vintage Booth Winter Window Display from my Vermont vintage window booth!
Holiday Christmas Wreaths
Then there were these wreaths.
Oh and don’t miss that drum and trumpet I also found.
Check out how I decorated with these old musical instruments in the post, How to Decorate with Old Musical Instruments. You may also enjoy seeing them decorated here on our bookshelves in the post, How to Decorate Bookshelves for a Vintage Christmas.
SHOP OLD INSTRUMENTS
Full, lush, and fresh!
Fresh, as in just made that morning.
Selling at a bargain price.
I bought 4!
3 for our Christmas front door tradition here in Maine, which you may read and see more about in the posts, 3 Christmas Wreaths at the Front Door and A Front Door Christmas Wreath Tradition and Christmas Front Door Tradition 2021.
And one to bring to the cemetery.
But you know what? I ran into a bit of a snag during November’s golden hours. Do you see it?
The wreaths were too big to fit my traditional 3 Christmas wreaths on the front door.
But that’s ok, the wreaths are gorgeous, so I switched up a couple of nails and settled in on a 2-holiday wreath tradition this year, hanging the third wreath over the garage.
I hope you still like it, and everything will be so much more inspiring once the snow begins to fall.
You may also enjoy this post, Cozy Snow Day at Home in Maine and A Beautiful Snow Day on the Seacoast.
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Tom Phaneuf says
Thank you for purchasing my farmhouse table.
Sorry I missed seeing you this Sage market .
Happy holidays !
You are so welcome, it’s still in my car:) There’s a woman, Jillian on here who is interested in the horse that was on the table. I sent her your email here, hope that was ok. You may want to reach out to her as well at [email protected]. Happy Holidays!
It’s always so fun to follow along on your adventures. You are an inspiration for sure! Enjoy the season!
Awww thank you Pat, you are the sweetest.
Rachel Harper says
OMGosh that table is amazing. I can’t believe you didn’t get the girl and dog. It looks just like Ella. So fun seeing all the vintage.
Thank you Rachel, I really didn’t have any place to display it and it was really beautiful in person. Loved it too!
So many nice things. I also thought the girl and dog would be perfect for you! I would really love to find a horse like the one on the table. Do they ship? Can I reach them? Thanks for such a nice post.
Hi, Jillian Tom Phaneuf owns that horse that was on display on the table. It was gorgeous. He left me a message below, looks like his email is [email protected]. I’ll respond to him as well. Maybe you can both connect here somehow. Thanks so much and hope this helps! I loved the girl with the dog, but I really don’t have any place for it, unfortunately, and it was an investment…
Lou Ann says
Can’t believe you’d didn’t buy the girl and the dog! The snow shoes will be perfect. I bought some from an old barn in New Hampshire while visiting my husbands family in New England! The instruments are a great find. I’m planning to use vintage French horns I was lucky to get this year . Any ideas on how to hang them??? They will be used with a brown paper scroll of the hymn Silent Night .
I know Lou Ann, me too but I really didn’t have a place for it… Oh the french horns sound wonderful. I hung a couple of my mothers with command strips over our mantel, you could try using some fishing line too!
Everything is so besutiful. Even the ribbon on the wreaths! Looking forward to seeing the table in your lovely home. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much Kathy, I just brought the table inside yesterday. Looking forward to sharing it soon. Have a wonderful Sunday!