It’s time for Sage Farm Antique’s garden-themed spring vintage market, which is running all weekend long. Offering up a variety of outdoor and indoor furniture options, garden statuary, architectural items, urns, and so much more.
Ready to take a look?
Yes, garden variety is the key to this weekend’s vintage market.
However, you’re also going to find an enormous assortment of all things antique and second-hand for the home at Sage Farm Antiques too.
As a matter of fact, the gals were commenting when I checked out how many platters and dishes they had sold today.
With Mother’s day just next weekend, many are getting ready for garden tea parties we suspect…
Sage Farm Antiques
It’s springtime in New England and that means all the vintage and garden markets are now in full swing.
Sage Farm Antiques is one of my favorite vintage jaunts to attend, located at 5 Exeter Road in North Hampton, NH with a monthly 3-day show hosting 20 vendors.
Sage Farm Antiques 2023 Vintage Market Schedule
- May 5-7 Garden Variety
- June 2-4 Cottage Living
- July Closed
- August 4-6 Summer Escape
- September Closed
- October 6-8 Farmhouse Fall
- November 3-5 A Grateful Harvest
- November 17-19 Count Your Blessings
- December 1-3 Home for the Holidays
So if you are local, this weekend’s vintage market will surely inspire you with all things in a “Garden Variety”.
Check out last spring’s garden-themed vintage market in the post, Sage Farm Antiques Early Evening Buy Event.
Pocket Full of Posies
How to use vintage containers in a garden?
You can’t beat an old purse filled with garden flowers now can you?
How clever to hang your garden flowers in old pocketbooks! Love it!
Do you have some old sneakers hanging around?
How keen would these be displayed on a front door step, at the mailbox, in the garden, on a bench, on the porch…
Maybe even propped under a garden shed like the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz?
Vintage wicker garden chairs always catch my eye.
How about you?
Especially when they’re beauties like these.
I really wanted the blue one, but it was a little out of my price range unfortunately.
What I could do with all these vintage picnic baskets.
Check out the post, The Humble Joys of an Old Fashioned Picnic Basket to see!
Do you know about my blog series, “Thrifting with the Gals“?
This blue and white ship’s bowl has me excited for summer table settings dressed in lobster and corn on the cob.
A favorite table of mine from last summer in Maine was this Authentic Maine Lobster Themed Table Setting that you may enjoy.
Not being that much of a gardener myself though, I was still coming up a bit empty-handed. Shoot.
Until I came across two of these green and white ironstone platters. Each for under $10.
Then it all started to fall together…
It was next I spied this small green and white orange juicer and another green and white large ironstone platter.
Do you see it? The look? The stackables!
And it was just about this time when Sharyl, the owner of Sage Farm Antiques (and her home) invited me in to see a special collectible that she had recently found. And wow was it extraordinary!
It was a two-dresser piece with a desk or vanity top. 8 feet in length!
But that wasn’t the only thing, Truman the Bernese Mountain Dog was also waiting inside for me…
The biggest gentle giant ever.
Unlike our Ella who had to wait in the car so as not to plow over anyone, haha…
If you like vintage McCoy garden vases and planters, they were everywhere, along with a few mugs and pitchers too.
See how I styled my vintage McCoy vase collection in the post, Sunroom Home Office Inspiration: Triple Purposed with Craft Space.
Have you been to a vintage garden market where you live? They are so inspiring with so many creative decorating ideas. You can get lost in them for sure.
My vintage haul from today’s “Garden Variety” vintage market was a stack of green and white ironstone all for under $40. Priceless!
You may also enjoy the post, 17 Best Summer Home Decor Accessories to Thrift.
I’m so glad you dropped by, and if you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoyed your visit with us here today at our Home in Coastal Maine.
Be sure to also check out our Home in Vermont too, where we spend winters enjoying the coziness of home in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
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Create Your Own Green and White Vintage Stackable
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Rachel Harper says
Looks like a fun show.
You’d love them Rachel, right up your alley!
Those markets are so fun and inspiring. Thanks for showing us all those fun finds.
I’m so glad you enjoyed them Marlene, happy Sunday!
Hi Ann! Looks like it was a fun day! Glad you didn’t come home empty handed, haha! Love your stack of green platters. The juicer is the cherry on top! Enjoy this beautiful day!
Thanks so much Molly, isn’t that juicer the cutest? haha
Miche Ortega says
Love your platters. The purse planters are such a unique idea. Thanks for taking us with you.
I’m so glad, thanks for following along Miche!
Loved seeing the things at that great market. So much inspiration with the flowers in purses and tennis shoes. I am looking for some McCoy vases. I hope I run across some sometime!
Thanks Amy, I’m glad you enjoyed it. Always so inspiring. Good luck with the McCoy!!