Chris stumbled into this tent and ran to find me in the pouring rain.
He said I had to come. Now!
"Chandeliers, all chandeliers" he whispered. A Chandelier Fantasyland.
I dropped everything. He led me by the hand, we sloshed through the puddles and wove through the tents.
There it was. A stepped into the tent. He wasn't kidding. I gasped, loudly. Took a deep breath in. My heart skipped two beats.
Chandeliers, everywhere! What more could a girlie-girl Francophile want?
And then there was the artist. Dorinda. She hails from Atlanta. She tells me she is not on the Internet. This is only her third time at the Brimfield show and she loves doing it.
Her creations are unique. These aren't just antique chandeliers. She takes an old chandelier metal base, rewires it, adds her own new 100% leaded crystals (which reflect more light) maybe some crystal garland and voila. A one-of-a-kind chandelier. All wired and ready to hang once you get it home.
Her creations are amazing and she gladly makes custom orders. She brings her tools and supplies with her and creates during shows.
Since I have no other contact information, you'll have to visit the Brimfield Antique Show to find her. Or look up Dorinda in the Atlanta yellow-pages.
Which one would you pick?