June 5, 2009

Larchmont-Mamaroneck is a Gold Mine for Vintage Lovers!

If you love VINTAGE GOODIES and BARGAINS, you need to visit my charming Town of Mamaroneck and it’s equally charming Village of Larchmont. We have some real treasure troves here, and all are in walking distance to each other, or to the Larchmont or Mamaroneck train stations. (about 35 minutes from Grand Central) Hey, NEW YORK INTERIOR DESIGNERS, GET OVER HERE!

Cobalt Net

Lumonosov China pattern Cobalt Net, part of the June 15 auction to take place at the C&C Auction Gallery in Larchmont.

Lumonosov Set

This Lumonosov set is unbelievable! There are pieces of every description, napkin rings, soup tureens, coffee pot, tea pot etc, etc...It never ends!

Did you know we have our very own genuine auction house? C&C Auction Gallery, tucked away on North St in Larchmont, it’s an interior designer or collector’s HEAVEN! There are bargains galore on really beautiful pieces of every description, like this HUGE set of blue and white dishes to die for! If you’ve never participated in an auction, you’re in for a thrill. Over 150 pieces will be auctioned off at their upcoming event on June 15, 2009. Here are a few things that caught my eye:

OMG! The expected selling price for this classic piece is $300 to $500!!

OMG! The expected selling price for this classic piece is $300 to $500!!

Teacups and saucers

A pretty collecton of teacups and saucers.

This exquisite etagere is expected to sell for $200 to $300!!

This exquisite etagere is expected to sell for $200 to $300!!

Here in Lower Westchester and the Mamaroneck-Larchmont area, Chatsworth Used Furniture has been a well known and loved staple for generations. It’s been owned and run by the Lightbody Family, since 1924. Mamaroneck just wouldn’t be Mamaroneck without it! There are 4 huge floors to explore, so give yourself plenty of time! I’ve spent many happy hours wandering their aisles. If you’re an interior designer, you could really get stuff done here! Vintage dining sets, china, lighting, bedroom pieces,upholstery,rugs, the works! If you’re a collector of Vintage, you’ll have a blast! Just remember they’re closed on Sunday and Monday, and check for their week off in August.

Chatworth's

OK, I need the pair of flame stitch Bergere Chairs

Oh, where to begin!

Oh, where to begin! Dishes anyone?

More stuff

I have just the spot for the blanket chest.

In Larchmont,( just a few steps from Larchmont train station), at Carol Charney, you’ll find a very different experience. In her polished and perfumed showroom, Charney’s vintage pieces are lovingly restored and displayed. Here’s a small sampling:

The vintage jewelry eye candy!

Vintage eye candy!

mirror

Vintage mirror, pristine, and ready to hang.

Designer’s Corner in Larchmont is another one of those fun places for exploring. You never know what you’ll find! For me, it’s THE place for vintage light fixtures. Other Larchmont-Mamaroneck spots have them, but Designer’s Corner has their own on site lighting restoration specialist. And the collection is expansive. Here’s a small colorful selection:
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Turquoise glass vintage chandelier

Turquoise glass vintage chandelier

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sconce

I'd love to see this sconce in a powder room.

Blue

This vintage blue lamp is very on-trend.

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This is just the tip of the iceberg, there’s much more! In fact, Mamaroneck – Larchmont is a little hot-spot of vintage and antique resources.

There are LOTS of great restaurants too. Let me know when you’re coming, we’ll do lunch!

HAVE FUN!

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4 Comments »

  1. Wow, you’ve posted pictures of some real treasures!! I love the blue & white china. The pattern is fabulous!! If I lived close enough to come to the auction, I’d be all over it!!

    Carol Charney’s vintage mirror is beautiful, and the turquoise chandelier is stunning. If only I had a spot for it in my house…..

    Thanks for checking out my interview with Jamie Drake. Isn’t his use of colour fantastic!? His book has lots more great pictures….good luck in our giveaway!!

    Kelly @ DesignTies

    Comment by DesignTies — June 6, 2009 @ 11:04 AM

  2. Kelly, That’s why I have clients: because I can’t fit it all in MY house! Thanks for visiting my blog!

    Comment by admin — June 6, 2009 @ 1:43 PM

  3. Thanks for taking me with you on your vintage adventures. Great style doesn’t have to be new…in fact it often isn’t!

    Comment by Susan aka Miss R. — June 8, 2009 @ 5:41 AM

  4. Leona, You remind me that I have to hit an auction one of these days; I have a thing for dishes and I think you may too.

    And I am staring at the angle of your shot of the table of teacups and wondering, “How would those look mounted on in a grid on painted board?” Teacup wall art to add to your plates post.

    Thanks for taking us shopping!
    Kathy

    Comment by Kathy @HomeWorkshop — June 8, 2009 @ 11:43 PM

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