Liz’s old booth at Memorial Antiques and Interiors (MAI)
I had a very pleasant surprise one evening when checking my email, a nice woman named Liz had emailed me to let me know a couple of my pictures on my previous post on white confit pots were from her shop. Imagine my surprise and joy to learn it was none other then Liz Spradling of Liz Spradling Antiques.
Liz Spradling recently on One King’s Lane
I wish I had known about this sale because I would have been first in line on my computer!
via Cote de Texas Front window of Liz's new shop
Marburger Farm Antique Show at Round Top
I’ve had this picture above on my computer for a couple of years now but had no idea where it came from or where to find these stunning antiques. I love the 18th century statue and the incredible hand painted leather screen behind it.
Liz Spadling on 1st Dibs
Liz Spadling on 1st Dibs
While the guy above seems to be sold Liz has his torchbearer mate listed on 1st Dibs. It’s amazing how much detail you can see in the craving of his dalmatic vestment.
Once you’ve seen the choice of antiques that Liz displays you’ll become as hooked as I am. Liz has been one of my go to places on 1st Dibs for the last few years and recently while scrolling through her selection I came upon these champagne crates with newly tufted burlap tops. Not only would they provide great storage inside but also they’re study enough to be used for seating and they’re so reasonably priced!
Liz has these white confit pots listed on 1st Dibs for those of you looking for one. She also told me she has a new shipment in that has several confit pots and will be unpacked in September.
Liz has amazing taste and I love this 18th century console. You can find this on her website here .
Joni of Cote de Texas blogspot took the next several photos in Liz’s shop and I have to say I for one can’t wait to visit Houston. Look over there on the left hand side Liz has a pair of hard to find small olive jars or Jarre de Biot that you’ll find in so many of Pamela Pierce’s rooms.
I had to get in this last picture of Joni’s since it has a white confit pot pictured. I love everything Liz has in her shop and if you do too don’t hesitate to either visit her shop, website or on 1st Dibs. Trust me she is such a gracious lady and even invited me to view her new shipment but unfortunately I live a bit away.
Liz Spradling Antiques
2422 Bartlett Street, No. 7 | Houston, Texas | 713-526-1400
In between Kirby & Greenbriar, down the block from Goode Co. BBQ, right next to FOUND
Store Hours: Monday-Thursday 11am - 4pm Friday and Saturday by appointment only
I hope you all have a wonderful cool week, it has been blistering in New England.