When we wrote about The History of a Chair, we discussed the progression of the chair from ancient Egypt to the Louis style chairs. Today we want to feature the “anatomy of the chair” as part of our Word of the Week series. We thought we’d expand our vocabulary in the chair department so that [...]
CHEERS! from Foxglove Antiques & Galleries We will close New Years Eve at 2pm and will be closed New Years Day. We will reopen at 10am on Monday, January 3rd. Wishing you the best in 2011!
Foxglove Antiques & Galleries Best of 2010! a year in review Foxglove finds . . .We were thrilled to be featured on one of our favorite blogs, Velvet and Linen by California designer, Brooke Giannetti. Seeing RED! Spring Forward! Welcome LesTrois Marches Flower Power! Olde English spoken here The former First Lady, Laura Bush, made [...]
Peace, Love, Joy! from Foxglove Antiques & Galleries In the spirit of the holiday season, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your continued loyalty, friendship and support. We are looking forward to 2011 with you as our partner. Warmest wishes always, Audrey, Claudia, Ryan & Sheila We will be closed December 24th & [...]
Don’t know a Bergère from a Fauteuil? Wouldn’t know Ormolu from your neighbor Emmy Lou? Our Word of the Week will help you sound like a pro! Caned Furniture -noun The art of furniture caning has been practiced for centuries and probably originated in the Far East where the materials needed, such as a rattan [...]