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Jan 19

Edgar-Reeves Winter Sale ! 50 % OFF SELECT ITEMS – Don’t Miss This Unique Sale !

Edgar-Reeves Lighting and Antiques provides hundreds of lamps and lampshades to a wide variety of designers, decorators, and collectors nationwide from their townhouse shop in Atlanta. They specialize in creating one of a kind lamps, both bespoke and from their inventory. They creatively adapt European and American antiques, handcrafted pottery, architectural fragments, along with many other objects, into distinctive lamps that provide exclusive appeal to any room.

Edgar-Reeves Lighting and Antiques provides hundreds of lamps and lampshades to a wide variety of designers, decorators, and collectors nationwide from their townhouse shop in Atlanta. They specialize in creating one of a kind lamps, both bespoke and from their inventory. They creatively adapt European and American antiques, handcrafted pottery, architectural fragments, along with many other objects, into distinctive lamps that provide exclusive appeal to any room.

Jul 8

Iris sibirica

Iris sibirica

Iris sibirica

They show off the same week every year ! 

Apr 11

Fun Hors d’oeuvre

Looking for a fun (and a little impressive) hors d’oeuvre?

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I found Anne Quatrano’s (of the famed Bacchanalia) deviled eggs in “Garden and Gun” and served them on ice cream salt for stability.

~ Stephanie Edgar Reeves

Mar 30

Ideas for Brunch

“I enjoy entertaining, but I am less confident with brunch than any other meal.

Recently, the only time a group of us could get together was for a Sunday brunch…

So, this is what I served (along with “bloodies”, of course)!

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I served bon appetit’s “Baked Eggs with Bacon and Spinach” in individual skillets,

baked cheese grits in ceramic apples (acquired from Bergdorf’s 20+ years ago)

and 2 types of grilled sausage. It seemed like a lot of meat, but the guys loved it!”

                                                                                                           ~ Stephanie Edgar Reeves ~

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Nov 13

Roman Inspiration

When traveling it can be fun to concentrate one’s photographs on one or two decorative arts. Recently in Italy the focus was an all-time-favorite craft — wrought iron.

Oh, if there were only magical snippers with which to cut and bring certain elements home to transform into lamps!

Three categories of concentration were: wrought iron gates, window grids and balconies (with a miscellaneous one or two thrown into the mix.)

Hope you enjoy — Ciao! – S.

 

BALCONIES

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GATES

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GRIDS

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