Saturday, June 14

Shopping on Saturday

Isn't great when you find lovely antiques sold by people who are equally lovely. This is certainly the case with Adams and Comer Ltd, a fantastic online shop owned by Isibelle Comer and Audrey Adams. Not only do they carry beautiful lamps, chandeliers and tables, but their prices are very reasonable. Their first famous client was none other than the distinguished Mr. Albert Hadley. From there, their clientele list has grown to include Martha Stewart, Jeffrey Bilhuber, Eric Cohler, Robert Stern, Marietta Gomez and President and Senator Clinton. Very impressive.

A pair of wonderful handmade seashell lamps. Loaded with shells and personality. These would look so great in a beach house or a cottage by the shore. Price $1,250

1800s Red Chinese bench. Straight, architectural lines and beautiful red lacquer. Price $1,375

Stunning pale amber 1960s Italian Murano chandelier. Price
$2,400

11 comments:

Joanna Goddard said...

those seashell lamps are lovely!

Cote de Texas said...

Those shell lamps - to die for!!!!

Fifi Flowers said...

WOW... very interesting finds!

Audrey said...

We are thrilled to be on this blog. Please mention "All the Best" for a special discount. Come and visit us at www.adamsandcomer.com
Thank you so much Ronda!

Ellen Rose said...

No words are truer than the description of Adams and Comer! These special elegant and smart ladies are a reflection of the fine quality pieces they carry.

Ann said...

That was one lovely Murano Chandelier. Although I'm quite partial to Murano chandeliers...I still have to find one I didn't like.

Great finds.

Robin Shelly said...

Dealing with Isibelle and Audrey is always a joy...I love the shell lamps and saw so many other finds on their web site. Thanks

Mélanie said...

J'ADOOOOOREEEE these seashells lamps ! they look gorgeous

traductora said...

Nobody has better taste or better shopper's luck than Audrey. Adams & Comer is always full of treasures.

Jamie said...

UGH! That vintage amber chandelier is stunning! Wow! Love, love love it! I don't know if I'm completely sold on those sea shell lamps though. They look kind of busy...but you're right, maybe they're beach-house appropriate.

Anonymous said...

I am so incredibly lucky to have this lamp hanging in my hallway in Holland.
I bought it for about 90 dollars 12 years ago and I still love it tp pieces ;)