For more than two decades, collectors, designers, and antiques lovers have flocked to Marburger Farm in the heart of the Lone Star State for a show like no other. With over 350 vendors, this antiques fair hosts an array of vintage goods including architectural remnants, church relics, Old-World art, and more.
Here’s a little preview of the type of items you may find at the event!
Mirrors and Sconces
A gilded mirror or ornate sconce can create a statement piece in any room. Speak with the vendor of an antique to learn more about it—such as where it was found—and bring a piece of storied history back to your home.
For many collectors, part of the charm and allure of Old-World European finds is the history. Imagining the churches or chateaus that remnants adorned centuries ago brings visitors from around the world to Marburger.
Grouping Old-World-style claw-foot candlesticks is a simple way to add a touch of European flair and echo days of old in a contemporary abode.
Accents for the garden
Concrete statuettes, popular chateau garden ornamentation around Europe, come in a wide array of figurines, from tiny cherubs to religious scenes to large finials.