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February 1-3, 2019 Music City Center Nashville, Tennessee


Welcome from the Show Chairs 2 Show Schedule 3 Special Tribute to Jane Sloan 5 2019 Honorary Chairman 6 Gil Schafer Keynote Lecture 12 Faith Hill, Ray Booth and Bobby McAlpine moderated by Leslie Newsom Rascoe, MILIEU’s design director Design + Architecture Lecture 17 Interior designer Katie Ridder and architect Peter Pennoyer moderated by Susanna Salk Lifestyle Lecture 21 Bunny Williams Entertaining + Floral Lecture 25 Garden District and Elizabeth Heiskell 2019 Garden Designers 26 Auction 31 Cheekwood 40 ECON Charities 42 National Advisory Committee 64 Show Supporters 65 2019 Committee 66 Beneficiaries 67 Show Leadership 68 Special Thanks 69 Antique Dealers 70 Horticulture Dealers 71 Show Floor Map 72 #AGS2019 AntiquesAndGardenShow



2019 ANTIQUES & GARDEN SHOW OF NASHVILLE P.O. Box 50950, Nashville, TN 37205 • (615) 352-1282 3

Event Coordinator Shannon Shears Art Direction & Design Stone + Steel Creative Illustration Tenn Henns Design Catalog Printing TruColor Litho

Welcome to THE 29 TH ANNUAL

ANTIQUES AND GARDEN SHOW OF NASHVILLE! We are honored to serve as the general chairmen for such an iconic event. As the Show has grown over the past 29 years, it has become far more national and even international in scope, but our roots are still in the South. This year’s theme, A Passion for Home, reminds us of that as our Keynote Speaker Faith Hill is a hometown superstar with a passion for home. Together with her longtime architect Bobby McAlpine, and designer Ray Booth, she will share that passion with us. Our entire speaker lineup also reflects a passion, whether for a home in upstate New York, for a dinner party in the Delta or for collections curated over a lifetime. Our 150 dealers may hail from across the country, but they all share a quintessentially Southern passion for fine things. In our four spectacular gardens, some of the South’s foremost landscape designers will share their interpretations of home. We are grateful for the generosity of our corporate sponsors, benefactors and friends, without whom the Show, and its fundraising efforts on behalf of Cheekwood and ECON Charities, would not be possible. We thank this year’s Presenting Sponsor ADAC for their enduring collaboration, as well as Andrew Byrd and TVV Capital for their 29 years of continued support. We also owe a debt of gratitude to the many, many volunteers who have worked countless hours to make the Show a success. Sadly, we lost one of those volunteers earlier this year when Jane Sloan, a visionary friend of the Show since the beginning, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. We have missed her wise counsel and good humor this year, but feel lucky to have known her. Jane’s love of all things floral has inspired the Flower Wall, dedicated to her memory on the Show floor this year. We hope you will stop for a moment to have your photo taken by the wall, and that you will enjoy the color and warmth we hope the Show brings you during this winter season! We are delighted you are here!

Martha Chapman & Shea Ghertner 2019 General Chairmen 4



6:30 – 9 p.m. Preview Party

9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Show Open

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Show Open 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Keynote Lecture: Designing, Building and Living in Paradise Faith Hill, Ray Booth and Bobby McAlpine moderated by Leslie Newsom Rascoe, MILIEU’s design director 2 – 3 p.m. Design + Architecture Lecture: Pillow Talk: Design Scene Power Couple Builds Dream Country Home Interior designer Katie Ridder and architect Peter Pennoyer moderated by Susanna Salk 6:30 – 9 p.m. The Bourbon Party

All lectures are held in the Davidson Ballroom.

11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Lifestyle Lecture: Find Your Personal Style: Making a House a Home Bunny Williams

Book signings to follow all lectures in the Davidson Ballroom Lobby.

2 – 3 p.m. Entertaining + Floral Lecture: Farm-to-Table Florals & Flavors Garden District and Elizabeth Heiskell

Preview Party, Bourbon Party and Music in the Gardens are held on the Show Floor.

3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Music in the Gardens

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Show Open Coffee, bloody marys, pastries and snacks available for purchase while you browse the Show Floor

Services Available During Show Hours: Shipping, Food & Beverage and Coffee are available. Hours may vary. Refer to the map on the inside back cover and signs throughout the Show for locations and hours. Visit customer service in the lobby with questions.


Preview Party THURSDAY, JANUARY 31 6:30 - 9 P.M.

The spectacular opening night kick-off gala is one of the most anticipated events of the year. Join us for previewing and shopping the Show early with a stylish, sell-out crowd from all over the country.

Bourbon Party

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 6:30 - 9 P.M.

The Friday night party blends southern fare, specially crafted bourbons, and live music on the Show floor. Dress “Nashville cocktail-casual,” bring friends, and sip the night away while you shop the largest, most unique collection of antiques and garden accoutrements in the country.

Music in the Gardens

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 3:30 - 5:30 P.M.

Music City means Music in the Gardens. Listen to talented musicians including Hilary Williams and Jenny Leigh as you stroll and shop the Show floor.


WELC O M E TO NA SH V I L L E! The Board of Directors of the 2019 Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville

extends a special thanks to our Presenting Sponsor, ADAC, our Founding Sponsor, TVV Capital, our corporate sponsors and supporters of the Show. We are also grateful for the over 400 volunteers who truly make the show possible, especially our General Chairmen, Martha Chapman and Shea Ghertner.



Lifestyle Design Center


Andrew Byrd, TVV Capital

How can one find a better way to enjoy a cold winter day than come inside to enjoy the flowers, gardens and beautiful antiques? Spring is just around the corner. In 1987-1988, the President of the Exchange Club (now Economic Club) of Nashville asked me to chair the Nashville Lawn & Garden Show. That year, it became the Nashville Lawn & Garden Fair. Working with the botanical staff at Cheekwood (Dick Page & Randall Lantz) along with Floyd McDonald, and with the Garden Club of Nashville (Betty B. Graham), we put on one of Nashville’s finest shows to educate all Nashvillians on their gardens and landscaping. Later, when the Antiques Show merged into the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville, I headed Logistics for the first 1990 show at the Nashville Convention Center. I have supported the show ever since. As a result, more than a million dollars has been given by the Economic Club Charities to dozens of social service organizations across our city, bettering many people’s lives. Beauty, education and service to our community, how can one better summarize what our show means? Our sponsorship is a very small part of an extraordinary Show helping to build an extraordinary city, Nashville, Tennessee. Thank you for coming!

Andrew Byrd 6


Jane Sloan

Our most treasured blessings often come from those who have touched our lives – most assuredly the Antiques and Garden Show was blessed by Jane Sloan. Since the inaugural Show in 1991 when Jane’s role was to scout out and secure the best garden and horticultural dealers in the country, her insight and vision were instrumental in building the Show’s nationally acclaimed reputation. In 1993, she chaired the Show and from then until her untimely death last April, she continued in an invaluable “hands on” advisory capacity. Nancy Deaton, succeeding Jane as Garden Chairman says, “Jane was the ultimate mentor.” Her insight, knowledge, bright sense of humor and contacts in the flower and design communities have been inspiring to all incoming chairmen. It is difficult to imagine A&G without her presence, but memories of her love of flowers, gardens, beauty and her laughter remind us of just how much she touched our lives.

The late Ben Sloan with Jane and Shane Connolly, 2016

Former Chairmen Anne Whetsell and Connie Cigarran with Jane, 2016

Remco van Vliet with Jane and 2007 Chairmen Julie Gordon and Barbara Burns


2 0 1 9 H O N O R A RY C H A I R M A N

Gil Schafer

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Award-winning architect Gil Schafer III is one of the world’s leading experts on contemporary classical architecture. A member of Architectural Digest’s AD100 and a winner of Veranda’s “Art of Design Award,” he holds a Master of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture and is the author of the best-selling books The Great American House and A Place to Call Home. He is a member of the Yale School of Architecture Dean’s Council, a trustee of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation and served as president and then chairman of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art for over a decade. Schafer’s work has been featured in numerous national and international publications, including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Veranda, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. When he is not traveling for work, he divides his time between New York City, upstate New York and Maine.


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Designing, Building and Living in Paradise Friday, February 1 • 11:00 a.m. Grammy-winning superstar Faith Hill, alongside interior designer Ray Booth and architect Bobby McAlpine, will bring the tropics to Music City with a cultivated discussion on the design and construction of Faith and husband Tim McGraw’s Bahamian island home and the serenity of living in a private paradise. Leslie Newsom Rascoe, MILIEU’s design director, will lead the conversation highlighting the collaboration between architect, designer and client, as well as the planning process and special challenges posed by the island project. Faith, Ray and Bobby will also share the inspiration behind the design of the several other homes they have built together, including Faith and Tim’s family home in Nashville and other houses that are more than 100 years old.

Faith Hill is one of the top-selling and mostawarded female artists of all time with five Grammys, 12 Academy of Country Music Awards, three Country Music Association Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, four American Music Awards and four People’s Choice Awards. She has consistently broken chart records with her No. 1 singles and has had major crossover success with the hits “This Kiss,” “Breathe,” “The Way You Love Me,” “Cry” and “There You’ll Be.” She has had multiple albums top both the Billboard Hot 100 and Country charts simultaneously and, with only seven original studio albums, has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. She has had three network TV specials that garnered top ratings and has appeared and performed on every major award show, including twice on the prestigious Academy Awards. In 2000, Faith performed the national anthem to a global audience of over 88.5 million viewers at Super Bowl XXXIV in Atlanta and is the only country artist and one of only three artists ever to perform both “The Star-Spangled Banner” and “God Bless America” at Super Bowls. Faith, along with her husband Tim McGraw, released their first-ever joint album––“The Rest of Our Life”––in November of 2017, and it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and No. 2 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. Faith and Tim just wrapped up their latest installment of the award-winning Soul2Soul franchise, Soul2Soul The World Tour 2018. Faith is one of the executive producers of the Emmy nominated “Pickler & Ben,” daytime’s “go-to” destination for the best in lifestyle and entertainment television, which entered its second season on September 17, 2018.


Ray Booth is a celebrated designer and is a partner in the prestigious McALPINE firm. He has received national recognition from Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, VERANDA, and MILIEU showcasing his work on their covers. Ray divides his time between McALPINE’s Nashville office and its expanded New York office, which allows him to keep one foot in the city and the other in his native South. In 2018, Ray released his bestselling book, Evocative Interiors to much acclaim. This year, Ray will launch his Ray Booth Design furniture line with Hickory Chair and home accessories collection with Arteriors. Bobby McAlpine is an architect that envisions home as a timeless, graceful and emotionally evocative place. His successful architecture and interior design firm McALPINE has offices in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and New York to provide high-end design on projects ranging from residences and restaurants to private chapels and follies in a public park. Bobby’s critically acclaimed book The Home Within Us quickly became and remains a Rizzoli bestseller. His much-heralded book Poetry of Place was released in October 2017.

M O D E R ATO R Leslie Newsom Rascoe helped launch Veranda magazine with her mother, Lisa Newsom, Veranda’s founder and longtime editor-in-chief. Leslie held various editorial positions including fine arts and decoration editor. Four years ago, Leslie assumed the role of interiors editor of MILIEU magazine. She now serves as MILIEU’s design director, scouting interior design projects, producing articles and moderating special events.

Purchase books and have them signed after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Davidson Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!



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Pillow Talk: A Design Scene Power Couple Builds Their Dream Country Home Interior designer Katie Ridder and architect Peter Pennoyer moderated by Susanna Salk Friday, February 1 • 2:00 p.m. Interior designer Katie Ridder and architect Peter Pennoyer, whom 1stdibs called ‘a power couple in the New York design scene,’ come from different ends of the aesthetic scale, and yet in their work together they have found unexpected inspiration in their singular approaches to design. Join them, and acclaimed author and design expert Susanna Salk, for a lively conversation as they open the doors to various inspiring projects from around the country and take you on a tour of their own exuberant country house, a personal collaboration that leads to a rich, coherent and colorful design—with some surprising results. There is nothing more revealing than someone’s own home, and in this talk you will experience the behind-the-curtain anecdotes and stories that reveal how a house really comes together, and how this charming couple achieved true aesthetic harmony. Interior designer Katie Ridder has been recognized as a top industry leader, named among Elle Décor’s A-List and House Beautiful and New York magazine’s “Top 100” designer lists. Known for her successful wallpaper and fabric lines, Katie’s work has been featured by Architectural Digest, Town & Country and The New York Times, to name a few. Peter Pennoyer is the founding partner of Peter Pennoyer Architects, the New Yorkbased architecture and design firm. He is a member of Architectural Digest’s AD100 as well as the coauthor of five books on early twentieth-century American architectural practices. He is also the author of A House in the Country, written with his wife, interior designer Katie Ridder. In addition to his acclaimed work, he is an adjunct professor in the department of Architecture and Urban Studies at New York University. Susanna Salk is the author of many best-selling design books, including the recently debuted The Power of Pattern: Interiors and Inspiration: A Resource Guide. She is also the host and co-producer of the Quintessence “At Home With” video series, visiting the homes and gardens of top interior designers and style makers. Purchase these books and have them signed after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Davidson Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales go to Show beneficiaries! SPONSORED BY

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Find Your Personal Style: Making a House a Home Bunny Williams Saturday, February 2 • 11:00 a.m. For three decades Bunny Williams has built a legacy of superior design and is revered as a leader and champion for the design industry. Rooted in long-lasting and valued relationships with clientele, Bunny Williams is one of the most respected voices in the evolving history of design. Be the first to see a new body of work that will be featured in her soon to be released book Love Affairs with Houses. Come hear Bunny’s signature advice for creating rooms of comfort, ease, and elegance for the way we live now. Bunny will share ideas on how to find your personal style and make a house a home, giving tips on everything from easy entertaining and flower arranging to collecting antiques and updating rooms with modern touches. Considered one of the most talented names in design, Bunny Williams is an accomplished businesswoman, entrepreneur, author and philanthropist. The home design expert and sought-after speaker/mentor has authored six books to date, with her latest being the soon-to-be-released Love Affairs with Houses. With more than five successful decades in the industry, the lover of gardens and china has done everything from working at the distinguished Parish-Hadley Associates to owning an A-list industry home and garden destination, Treillage. Her still-running Bunny Williams Interior Design firm is now expanding to Bunny Williams Home with the help of her new partner, Elizabeth Lawrence. Bunny’s ability to maintain long-lasting relationships with her clientele, and balance refined beauty, welcoming livable appeal and attention to detail is unmatched.

Purchase Bunny Williams’ books and have them signed after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Davidson Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales go to Show beneficiaries! SPONSORED BY

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Farm-to-Table Florals & Flavors Garden District and Elizabeth Heiskell Saturday, February 2 • 2:00 p.m. Join Greg Campbell and Erick New, co-owners of Garden District in Memphis, Tennessee, and Elizabeth Heiskell, a cookbook author and celebrity chef who operated a catering business and vegetable farm in Oxford, Mississippi until she reinvented her culinary path as a regular on the “TODAY Show.” Greg, Erick and Elizabeth have been intertwined for more than 20 years. It all started with Elizabeth’s wedding in the middle of a Mississippi Delta cotton field in the pouring rain. This event should have ended their friendship, but instead it bonded them as friends for life. Elizabeth will share stories from the Delta flatlands to the Oxford hills while demonstrating her favorite seasonal vegetable dishes––recipes you can prepare in a few minutes and impress your guests with time and time again. Greg and Erick will complement Elizabeth’s creations with tablescapes using flowers sourced from family-owned farms across the U.S. and abroad that are showcased in their new book Florists to the Field. The Garden District is a Memphis-based floral boutique that is comprised of two talented floriculture experts, Greg Campbell and Erick New, who have worked together for 25 years. The duo brings alert perfectionism, methodical strategy and boundless creativity to every project. From skyscraping installations to unobtrusive centerpieces, their arrangements celebrate life’s grand milestones and simple pleasures. Elizabeth Heiskell was born and raised in the Mississippi Delta, where she grew a passion for combining her love of food with the history of the rich agricultural area she was raised in. Through her Debutante Farmer brand, she sells homegrown gourmet products as well as her popular Bloody Mary mix. She is a “TODAY Show” food contributor with additional appearances on major network shows like “The Kitchen,” “Home & Family,” “Pickler & Ben,” “FOX & Friends” and “Chopped.”

Purchase these books and have them signed after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Davidson Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales go to Show beneficiaries! SPONSORED BY


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Peter Grimaldi is the Vice President of Gardens and Horticulture at Cheekwood where he focuses on strategic initiatives and master plan development. Peter’s experience in public horticulture as well as commercial landscape construction has fostered a passion for building and creating new garden spaces. Peter has a Bachelor of Plant Science from Cornell University with a concentration in ornamental horticulture and floriculture. Mary Weber recently joined Cheekwood with over 34 years of horticultural experience. Mary most recently served at Belmont University, where she oversaw the maintenance of landscape growth and built an increased focus on sustainable practices. Prior to Belmont University, Mary worked at Opryland Hotel where she sharpened her skills in both exterior and interior gardening. Mary’s early tenure at Cheekwood has focused on operational support and building and maintaining the highest standards in horticulture and landscape maintenance. Mary has an Ornamental Horticulture and Landscape Design from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and is a Master Gardener of Davidson County. Gale Higgs of Nashville Landscape Systems, Inc. has been providing landscaping, irrigation, maintenance and drainage services in Middle Tennessee since 1979. A graduate of Missouri State University, Gale is also a state licensed contractor and a member of the Tennessee Nursery & Landscape Association. With his rich knowledge of just the right techniques and materials for successful landscapes in our region, Gale Higgs has cared year-round for a number of high-profile estates in Middle Tennessee, as well as Cheekwood. (615) 300-1119


Tres Fromme, Principal of 3. Fromme Design focuses on intense organization and site-specific public space and garden collaborations throughout the country. Fromme brings a rich knowledge of horticulture, garden precedents, aesthetics, and design to each project. His designs all creatively innovate within the traditions and diverse contexts of the site and client’s identity. A proponent of experiential design, Fromme choreographs relationships among people, spaces, and plants.


Daigh Rick Landscape Architects

We’re storytellers and landscape architects. At first glance, those things may seem unrelated, but once you understand who we are and how we work, you’ll see they’re one and the same. We tell stories with every landscape we create. The stories we tell aren’t ours, though. They’re the stories of our clients—the homeowners, the property holders, the ones who’ll live, work, play, and relax in the outdoor experiences we bring to life. Anne Daigh, Principal and Founder Anne Daigh is our founder and Storyteller-in-Chief. She’s an accomplished landscape architect, artist, and entrepreneur whose passion for her profession naturally grew into the successful business she leads today. She launched our company in fall 2010 after nine years with Page Duke Landscape Architects. The job with PDLA brought her to Nashville after graduating from UGA’s landscape architecture program. Though a Georgia native, she quickly set roots in Nashville, bringing her love of art, architecture, and the environment to exhibitions at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, the Nashville Antiques & Garden Show, and residences and commercial properties throughout the city and beyond. She’s the heartbeat of our company, and her approachable style and design sensibilities are present in each project we take on for our clients. Wade Rick, Principal and Partner In our business, collaboration and communication are key. That makes Wade Rick an invaluable leader on our team. He’s an expert you can talk to- just as at ease chatting with a client as he is conferring with a contractor or designer. His giftedness in planning and guiding the building process may be a reflection of his early interest in architecture (his first course of study at Mississippi State before deciding on landscape architecture), as well as his experience working for a developer right out of college. With more than a decade in the field, he’s honed his knowledge and the range of skills our business requires. Today, this Nashville native uses his experience to help shape the landscapes and outdoor spaces of the city that he and his young family call home. Natural Creations, LLC was formed in 1998 by Matt Dawson and John Henderson. After graduating from the Ornamental Horticulture school at the University of Tennessee, they decided to take their knowledge to middle Tennessee and start a full service landscape company. The company as a whole focuses on educating its employees to provide the best of services and to create a healthy work environment. The goal of Natural Creations has been and will always be to create and maintain some of the most beautiful landscapes in the middle Tennessee area. 29


Troy Rhone

Troy Rhone With great thoughtfulness and conviction to deliver the very best in quality, aesthetic, functionality and purpose, Troy Rhone creates gardens that are extensions of the interiors–they are rooted and connected historically and architecturally and align with the personalities and lifestyles of those who reside there. He is innately talented and sure to use his gifts to enrich others’ lives with his calm demeanor, thoughtful approach and honesty. People are drawn to him and long lasting relationships are formed. Troy began designing gardens while still working to obtain his degree in horticulture from Auburn University, but his interest and passion for beautiful gardens began taking root as a child raised in a family of artists, gardeners, and writers. He was destined to thrive along this pathway of beauty, reverence for creation, and providing others with the experience of an awakened spirit that surfaces in the context of ones own garden sanctuary. Troy is based in Birmingham, Alabama with projects that extend from coast to coast. James Livingston with Livingscapes Inc. is a West Tennessee native born into a family that farmed much of the Tennessee Delta since the 1850s. One could say horticulture is a part of his genetics. He started his landscaping career in 2003 at Turfmaster Inc. in Memphis, Tennessee. There as Landscape Installation Foreman James sharpened his knowledge of all phases in the landscape construction process. After relocating to Middle Tennessee in 2009 James took a position at Natural Creations LLC. There he vastly increased his knowledge of all flora specifically evergreens and ornamentals. In 2013, Livingscapes Inc. went from being a dream to a reality. Livingscapes Inc. provides custom landscape construction and landscape maintenance on many exclusive estates in Middle Tennessee. James has worked for and on multiple premier jobs and elite clients throughout the southeast. His vast knowledge and attention to detail allows him to select the highest quality of material to create gardens that are timeless and visually stunning. (615) 618-8497 30


Electric Flora Electric Flora is a floral design company started by Nashville’s own Phillipe Chadwick and his partner Nick Maynard. Phillipe has been making brides bubble and party planners pleased for years as Nashville’s premier floral designer. Nick has a degree in marketing and a talent with logistics. Phillipe has more resources to develop his craft, which has taken his designs to new levels. Phillipe’s designs are consistently show-stopping and vibrant, yet elegant and sentimental. His arrangements make any event meaningful and personal. He always gets people talking. He knows just the trick, because at his core, Phillipe is a catalog of knowledge about plants and flowers. His first love is gardening, and he has tended garden styles ranging from heirloom vegetable to Japanese. Phillipe Spencer Chadwick was born and currently resides in Nashville. He received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Mississippi State University in 2006. He then worked as a Landscape Architect, managing civic designs for the city of Franklin, TN. His extensive background in horticulture preempts his role as a floral designer. In 2009, Phillipe joined Cheekwood as a horticulturalist and catapulted them to a new level of hip. He stressed not only keeping designs cutting-edge, but also aesthetically-pleasing, lush scenes of texture and color. He adorned Cheekwood’s special events with fresh, bright flower arrangements. As the creative force behind Electric Flora, Phillipe’s work speaks for itself and has established a strong reputation in Nashville for crafting memorable weddings flowers and impressive visual spectacles for events. His resume includes The Antiques and Garden Show, the TPAC gala, and Chukkers for Charity. Occasionally Phillipe hosts Volunteer Gardener on NPT. The Antiques and Garden Show is honored to feature this talented young designer, Phillipe Chadwick, for our spectacular tribute to a special lady and long time friend of the Show, Jane Sloan. Jane was an extremely creative floral designer, always passionate about the Show, life and those around her. Phillipe continues her tradition with grace and kindness. TODD BREYER, GARDENS CHAIR

Evelyn and Steve Blackmon Sarah Bartholomew Debbie and Buddy Best Betsy and Scott Brittain Lou Ann and Gary Brown Barbara and Greg Burns Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Carroll, Jr. Martha and Wes Chapman Connie and Tom Cigarran Elizabeth Coble Amy and Overton Colton Donna C. Dalton Nancy and Mark Deaton Randy Farmer Karen M. Fleming Elizabeth Foss Tracy and Keith Frazier

F L O W E R WA L L D O N O R S Tom and Kae Gallagher Mary and Tom Gambill Julie and Rob Gordon Linda and Kerry Graham Lesley Green Lucy Haynes Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hicks, Sr. Dean Hitt Dr. and Mrs. James T. Holbrook Mindy and Buzz Jacoway Emily and Wynne James Ashley and Joe Levi Mr. & Mrs. John W. McDougall, Jr. Dana and George Miller Beth and Paul Moore Dr. and Mrs. Walter M. Morgan III Libby and Ben Page

Elizabeth and Larry Papel Anne Caldwell Parsons Robin and David Puryear Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Rolfe Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sangervasi Mary Jo and Steve Shankle Margot Shaw Mr. & Mrs. William Shell Steve Sirls and Allen DeCuyper Andy and Janette Smith Elaine and Bruce Sullivan Julie W. Walker Stephen Wells Anne and Bill Whetsell Mr. & Mrs. W. Ridley Wills III Tori and John Wimberly



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Flower Mart & Todd Breyer

Flower Mart is full service with two locations in Green Hills and West End/Belle Meade for a one of a kind shopping experience. They specialize in a wide variety of annual and perennial flowers, tropicals, houseplants, trees, shrubs, and landscape materials as well as exquisite floral arrangements, and a wide array of indoor and outdoor containers, candles and home decor. Delivery and online shopping available.

Todd Breyer, registered landscape architect, is a nationally awarded site, estate and garden designer. Todd is involved with several community initiatives and organizations, such as the Herb Society of Nashville, Cheekwood, Nashville City Cemetery Association, Metro Virtual School Academy Board, Metro Beautification Commission, Friends of Library and Metro Parks, West Nashville Community Festival and Richland Park Farmers Market. Todd is a proud father of two., (615) 663-8558 Photographed by Emily J Followill




BID HIGH to support Cheekwood and ECON Charities

Travel Across the Pond in Style Two pairs of roundtrip Club World (business class) airline tickets to London, courtesy of British Airways. All travelers must be over 18.

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Hickory Chair is proud to support the Nashville Antiques & Garden Show Available Fall 2019

See Inside the South’s Most Beautiful Homes

Architect: Brad Norris of Norris Architecture Interior Designer: Teresa Davis of Post 31 Interiors Photographer: Emily Minton Redfield





Entertain like a pro.

Southern Living’s fresh collection of party ideas and celebratory menus from What Can I Bring? author, Elizabeth Heiskell.


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ORCHIDS IN THE MANSION FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 3, 2019 Enrich your Antiques & Garden Show experience with a visit to Cheekwood, a 55-acre American Country Place Era estate and Nashville's own national treasure.

Present your Antiques & Garden Show ticket to receive half-price admission to Cheekwood thru March 3, 2019.

Bask in the beauty of Orchids in the Mansion, an exquisite installation currently on display in the Mansion Loggia at Cheekwood. The exhibit features a colorful display of orchids, large palms and an array of foliage presenting a stylized interpretation of a classical orangery.

Cheekwood Thanks Its Major Supporters 1200 Forrest Park Drive Nashville, Tennessee

Cheekwood Estate & Gardens Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, Cheekwood is considered one of the finest American Country Place Era Estates in the nation today. Once the family home of Mabel and Leslie Cheek, this extraordinary 1930s estate, with its Georgian mansion and 55 acres of cultivated gardens and expansive vistas, today serves the public as a botanic garden, historic home and art museum.

February 1 – March 3, 2019

Orchids in the Mansion Large palms, tropical foliage and hundreds of colorful orchids will occupy the historic Mansion’s Loggia as well as additional historic spaces.

February 1 - June 9, 2019

Derived from the Decorative: Works by Faig Ahmed, Beth Lipman and Bouke de Vries National and international artists challenge historically informed notions of craft and blur the space between functional forms and art forms.


Bouke de Vries, Peacock I, 2015. Ceramic. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary.

March 9 - April 7, 2019

Cheekwood in Bloom There’s no place more beautiful than Cheekwood in the spring as more than 150,000 blooming bulbs spill from our gardens creating a color experience you won’t forget.

Enrich your Antiques & Garden Show experience with a visit to Cheekwood, Nashville’s own national treasure. Present your Antiques & Garden Show ticket for half-price admission to Cheekwood through March 3, 2019.

Cheekwood features refurnished rooms to showcase the original design, tastes and interests of Mabel and Leslie Cheek and their collaboration with architect Bryant Fleming, who also created Cheekwood’s landscape and interiors. The Mansion Library (pictured above) is a wood-paneled room lined with leather-bound books. At one time Mabel’s library collection totaled approximately 2,000 books, covering subjects such as philosophy, art, history, travel and the classics.


Sponsoring the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Since 1991

Who We Are The Economic Club of Nashville (ECON) provides a dynamic forum at weekly lunch meetings for business and community leaders to identify and discuss economic, social or political issues of special interest to Nashvillians. Members seek to interact with business leaders and government officials and support key nonprofit organizations that contribute to the quality of life in the Greater Nashville area.

Where We Came From ECON draws its history and tradition from the Exchange Club of Nashville. One of the largest clubs of the national organization, the Nashville Chapter was chartered on April 16, 1920, to support the national mission: “Exchange, America’s Premier Service Club, working to make our communities better places to live.” This mission resonates with members of the new club, which continues many of the existing initiatives.

Moving Forward

ECON will continue in its support of The Family Center as well as provide generous support to many charities in Nashville. In 2014, ECON formed the Cultural Assistance Program (CAP) to provide opportunities for children and their families to participate in Nashville’s cultural and arts programs. Since 1991, ECON and Cheekwood have co-sponsored the annual Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville. This show has become the Club’s main fundraising activity, allowing ECON Charities, Inc., to contribute more than $1.5 million to local charities.

A History of Service ECON has been instrumental in helping make Nashville the great city that it is today. The list of achievements in its early years includes: • Widening Church Street west of the viaduct and the extension of Ninth Avenue from Church Street to Union Station, without cost to the city of Nashville; • The increase of parking facilities at Union Station; • The beautification of Memorial Park opposite the state Capitol; • The first overall street marking program in Nashville; • Building children’s playgrounds at the Davidson County Tuberculosis Hospital; • Equipping the Vanderbilt band with its first uniforms; • Sponsoring the first successful fundraising campaign for the American Red Cross conducted in Nashville; • Providing support for the public development of Cheekwood in 1960, transforming the private residence into a public garden and art museum. Today, ECON participates in programs to support NeedLink Nashville (formerly known as Big Brothers of Nashville), The Salvation Army, Cheekwood and The Family Center.



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See decorative arts reimagined in Cheekwood's current art exhibit, Derived from the Decorative, featuring the work of Faig Ahmed, Beth Lipman and Bouke de Vries, who take cues from decorative arts traditions, while blurring the space between functional and art forms.

Bouke de Vries, Peacock I, 2015. Ceramic. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary.

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Show Supporters G O L D E N B E N E FA C T O R S Kenneth and Amy Adams Ann Griffith Ash Jessi and Joe Baker Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Bartholomew III Debbie and Buddy Best Mrs. Alton E. Blakley, Jr. Barbara T. Bovender Lou Ann and Gary Brown Louise and John Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Rick Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buttarazzi Martha and Wes Chapman Connie and Tom Cigarran Mrs. Jamie Clark Mrs. Phillip Clendenin Mr. and Mrs. Neely Coble III Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Coleman Drs. Michaell and Rowena Cuffe Nancy and Mark Deaton EBS Foundation

Eric Ross Interiors Betty and Brendan Finucane Karyn McLaughlin Frist Carol and Bobby Frist Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Frist III Mrs. Patricia C. Frist Shea and Doug Ghertner Goddard Design Group Lesley N. Green Barbara and Greg Hagood Joanne Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Helman Mr. and Mrs. Bart A. Johnston DK Design/Daniel Keeley Mr. and Mrs. L. Owen Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Randolph M. LaGasse LMC Design Group Jennie and Rob McCabe Ms. Cynthia McClanahan Kellie Hunter McDowell

Betsy and Kira Bosak Barbara and Greg Burns Mr. and Mrs. Damon W. Byrd Kerri Cavanaugh and Michael Schlosser Mr. and Mrs. Dan Decker Mrs. Betty Dickens Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Ezell Karen and Gene Fleming Elizabeth Foss and Bill Riner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gallagher Julie and Bob Gordon Linda and Kerry Graham

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery N. Haynes Dr. and Mrs. James T. Holbrook Mr. and Mrs. Rob Hull Brian Jackson and Roger Moore Barbara and David Jones Tham Kannalikham Sussanah and Jack Lowery Mr. and Mrs. David L. Manning Elizabeth and Mark McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McDowell Mr. and Mrs. Rock Morphis Blaire and Davis Murfree

William F. Andrews Annali Interiors Mrs. Hunter Armistead Constance and Dudley Baker Mr. and Mrs. J. Barry Banker Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrett Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barton Lisa and Lyle Beasley Ellie and William Billington Marsha Blackburn Mrs. Angela Bostelman Mary Margaret and Peter Bourbeau Margaret and Patrick Boyd Allison and Phil Brooks Kathryn and David Brown Martin Brown, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Byrd III Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cheek III Will Cheek Bette and Mark Christofersen Mr. and Mrs. John W. Clay, Jr. Neal and Marguerite Clayton

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Coleman Amy and Overton Colton Lawrence Blank-Cook and Charlie Cook Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cook, Jr. Sheryl Crow Caroline A. Davis Kennon and Marc Dennis Kathryn and Fred Dettwiller Michael S. Dixon May Dean Eberling Mr. and Mrs. Joel T. Galanter Mary and Tom Gambill Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. James V. Hunt, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Clay T. Jackson Emily and Wynne James Corinne and Brock Kidd Dr. and Mrs. John W. Lea IV Dr. and Mrs. MacRae F. Linton Jane and Don MacLeod Mary Evelyn McKee Jane and Mike McLain

Linda R. and David G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. James L. Beckner



C O N T R I BU TO R S Gwen Gordon Sue and Mike Minch

Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. N. McKenzie Ms. Frances Mortenson Mr. and Mrs. Michael O’Keefe Mr. and Mrs. William A. Oldacre Helen G. Overstreet Elizabeth and Larry Papel Mrs. Pauline Astrum Pons REVIVAL HOME Amy Liz and John Riddick Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Rolfe Lynn and Ron Samuels Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sangervasi Jonathan Savage and Bradley Wensel Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shivers Joanne and Gary Slaughter Janette and Andy Smith Sheri and Barry Stowe Jencie and Waymon Tipton Mr. and Mrs. James F. Turner, Jr. Amy Van Andel

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Musser Mark A. O’Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Page, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Puryear Mr. and Mrs. Clay Richards Dr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Schoettle Vee Vee and John Scott Mr. and Mrs.Chris Simonsen Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Small Dr. and Mrs. William Whetsell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Whitson Jerry and Ernie Williams

Beth and Paul G. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralls Niewold Carolyn O’Neil Dr. and Mrs. Dale Pilkinton Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Regan Emily J. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Reynolds III Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rick Dr. and Mrs. Steven B Shankle Dr. and Mrs. William A. Shell, Jr. Mrs. Jack W. Shepherd Steve Sirls and Allen DeCuyper Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Smith Cynthia Spengler Elaine and Bruce Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sweat Sammy and Sallie Swor Mr. and Mrs. Donald Taylor Reverend and Mrs. Tim Taylor Stephen Wells and Istvan Matej Jeannette and Clay Whitson

J. Fred and Mary Knox Pilkerton


2019 Committee Beth Garza Jocee Geraghty Carlisle Hamling Emily Haraf ANTIQUES Kristen Holscher CATALOG AD SALES Chairman Susan Issacs Ann Francis Garvey Janette Smith Lizzie Kappelman COMMITTEE KICK OFF Traci Keller Chairman Emeritus Christine Kyle Christen Barfield Connie Cigarran Vera Lee Mary Spotswood Committee Dixie Maggart Underwood Betsy Brittain Mollie Mann Randy Farmer Monika McCurdy CORRESPONDENCE Karen Mullendore Chair Logistics Liza Neuman Kathleen Williams Tori Wimberly Liz Palmer Barbara Keith Payne CUSTOMER SERVICE BENEFACTOR Laura Perkins Move-in Chairmen SOLICITATION LETTER Sara Perry Nina Davidson Kate Ezell Erin Elizabeth Puryear Lee Oakley Amy Liz Riddick Laura Roberts Lauren Ross Move-in Committee BOURBON PARTY Lauren Schick Allison Braswell Chairmen Mary Margaret Scudder Martha Braun Sara Morris Garner Jenny Steele Mary Byrd Mary Huddleston Meredith Stewart Patton Davis Minnette Jackson Anne Taylor Kelly Decker Heather Traylor Hosts Ashley Freeland Liz Vaughn Jessie & Brian Adams Mary Gambill Alice Wall Tori & Dave Alexander Linda Graham Christy Waller Mariel Bentz Adelaide Geer Ali Warner Allie & Mac Barry Paiden Hite Janie & John Berry Tina Hooper EARLY SHOPPING Mary Alden & Thomas Brett Heather Kemp Chairmen Mary Lindley Carswell Beth Kost Eric and Ruthann Ross Stephanie & Blake Carter Susan Lincoln Ashley & Ethan Colclasure Caroline Lindsey FLORAL DESIGN Haden & Brian Cook Kathryn Pfeffin Mary Spotswood Underwood Allison & Ian Cotton Elaine Reed Jacqueline & Hunter Linda Rue GARDEN Creekmore Sallie Swor Chairmen Alice & Walton Denton Robin Thompson Todd Breyer AJ & Todd Falk Lou Ann Brown Elizabeth & Bryan Frist Run of Show Chairmen Steve Sirls Mendi & Adam Geist Blythe Browne Katie & Charlie Gibson Libba Durrett GENERAL COMMITTEE Dina & Jonathan Gluck Louise Bryan Max Goldberg Run of Show Committee Jay Joyner Eileen & Chris Hart Liz Atwood Ashley Levi Hillary & Chip Howorth Constance Baker Brande Thomas Carey & Mark McDonald Brenda Barker Natalie & Chase Miller Nancy Benskin GROUP SALES Anna & Jackson Moran Kate Berman Lucie Carroll Callie & Sinclair Myers Gail Berry Janelle Kraemer Anna & Rob Peebles Mary Brooke Bonadies Allison & Brian Reichenbach Kisha Campbell Ann Whitten & Conrad Mary Chapman HORTICULTURE Reynaud Kate Chinn Chairmen Lyndsey & Clark Rollins Candy Clifton Nancy Deaton Sarah & Bobby Short Ansel Cline Ashley Stringfellow Maggie & Will Tucker Avery Csorba Stanley Jacob & Kelly Unger Lauren Dawkins Committee Megan & Tim Vacek Adria DeLaune Mimi DeCamp Lauren & Austin Weaver Liza Eadie Tricia McDowell Caroline & Robert West Martha Galyon Ann Page GENERAL CHAIRMEN

Martha Chapman Shea Ghertner


Meg & Jody White Lissa & Reynolds Whittington


Debbie Best Elizabeth Coble Kate Ezell Kae Gallagher Linda Graham Lucy Haynes Kathy Rolfe Steve Sirls Elizabeth Papel Mary Spotswood Underwood Birgitta Williamson INVITATIONS

Illustration Bonnie Cross Currier Stevens Calligraphy Laura Perkins LECTURES

Audio Visual Brooke Trusley Book Signing Chairmen Stephanie Galanter Molly Virgin Book Signing Committee Kelsey Bickley Karen Curnutte Irene Head Mary Catherine Healy Mary Kay Hunt Emily Johnson Whitney Schickling Charlotte Ward Jana Wood Hostess Chairmen Mary Gambill Elizabeth Papel Mary Jo Shankle Hostesses Katie Benson Murray Clayton Tracy Frazier Mary Glover Mindy Jacoway Melissa Mahanes Gwyn Spencer Tammy Underwood Logistics Chairmen Beth Preston Kristin Taylor Ticket Management Chairs Caroline Coulton Laura B Newman Alexa Coulton Ticket Management Committee Susan Bateman Frannie Benner

2019 Committee Nancy Chilton Leslie Collins Nancy Clark Nancy Harper Becky Hellerson Kathy Jones Kippie Leland Laurie McCarthy Betsy Pogue Jane Schapker Mary Schoettle Stephanie Sproull Maggie Troutman Welcome Committee Chairmen Sarah Holstein Jessica Horne Welcome Committee Amanda Beck Julie Burnstein Tricia Ericson Mary Morgan Ketchel Leslie Langen Melissa Laskaris Vera Lee Elizabeth McCrary Jennifer McGee Kelly McMullen Sarah Nickoloff Loren Nord Catherine Plato Ann Rice Berkley Schwarz Suzanne Smothers Robi Warner LIST MANAGEMENT

Melanie Baker Ann Buchanan Kristen Weaver Alice Whitson


Mary Byrd Sallie Swor


John and Chris Grimes PARTY FAVORS

Jordan Thompson PHOTOGRAPHY

Beth Easter Carolyn Thombs Kathleen Williams PREVIEW PARTY

Chairmen Karly and Clay Hart Bonnie and Bart Johnston Whitney and Matt Musser Committee Ashley McAdams and Seth Andrews Elizabeth and Charles Barrett Shelly and Rob Bearden Melissa and Rob Beckham LeAnne and Chad Bottorff Mary Margaret and Peter Bourbeau Amy Calton Laura McNeil and Lance Carney Katherine and Chris Cigarran Liza and Greg Coleman Kennon and Marc Dennis Julie and Adam Dretler Lorie and Gavin Duke Leigh Anne and Paul Gravette Catherine and Michael Hayes Mary and Loring Helfrich

Leslie and John Hooper Jody and Rob Hull Jessica and Ty Jennings Melissa and Chris Johnston Hallie and Cooper Jones Jay Joyner and Peter Depp Mary Morgan and Paul Ketchel Corinne and Brock Kidd Edee and Don Orr Jane Anne and Dale Pilkinton Amy and Clay Richards Ashley and John Rosen Rebecca and Grant Rutledge Alexee and Ted Saunders Kerri Cavanaugh and Mike Schlosser Dorothy and Clay Sifford Joanna and Brian Thomson Liz and Lee Vaughn Josephine VanDevender and Giles Ward Rebekah and Matt Woodard


Reservations Deborah Lovett



Wendy Gatto

Susan Emrhein Liza Byrd Neuman SILENT AUCTION

Linda Graham Kellie McDowell


Graham Meadors Caroline Sloan SOCIAL PRESS

Sylvia Bradbury


Owen Kelly Waymon Tipton Bo Tyler TICKETING

Elizabeth Foss Molly Craig Drew Robinson


Lee Oakley


Nancy Britt Bill DeCamp


Dean Hitt


Dana Miller

BENEFICIARIES Now celebrating our 29th year, the Antiques & Garden Show has raised nearly $7 million for Cheekwood and charities supported by the Economic Club of Nashville (ECON).

Cheekwood is a 55-acre American Country Place

Era estate featuring 12 distinct gardens, a woodland sculpture trail, an 8,000-piece permanent art collection, and Georgian-style Mansion with historically furnished rooms and galleries. Over 225,000 visitors come to Cheekwood annually for year-round seasonal festivals, world-class art exhibitions, breathtaking gardens, and educational and public programs for all ages.

ECON Charities is a public

charity established by the Economic Club of Nashville. ECON Charities partners with and distributes funds to organizations dedicated to enhancing and improving the lives of children and families in the greater Nashville area.

A N T I QU E S & G A R D E N S H OW O F NA S H V I L L E M I S S I O N The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville is an annual charity event whose purpose is to raise funds for Cheekwood and ECON, by exhibiting the highest quality antiques, landscaped gardens, and horticultural items and by offering a related educational outreach program.


Antiques & Garden Show Leadership

Past Chairmen & Advisory Committee 2018

Kim Holbrook Robin Puryear


Ann Buchanan Amy Colton


Linda Graham Mary Smith


Karen Fleming Lucy Haynes


2018-2019 Board of Directors Mr. Troy J. Tschantz Chairman/President Mr. Waymon R. Tipton Treasurer


Mrs. Sarah Bartholomew Mrs. Debbie Best Mrs. Nancy C. Deaton Mr. Peter Grimaldi Mr. Owen Kelly Mr. Andrew Robinson, Jr. Mrs. Kathy Rolfe Mr. Steve Sirls Mrs. Janette S. Smith Mr. Bo Tyler Mr. Stephen Wells

Elizabeth Coble Amy Liz Riddick 2015

Julie Fleming Kae Gallagher 2014

Mindy Jacoway Vee Vee Scott 2013

Dana Miller Birgitta Williamson 2012

Sarah Bartholomew Debbie Best 2011

Kathy Rolfe Betsy Wilt 2010

Donna Dalton Carolyn Hannon


Tracy Frazier Mary Jo Shankle


Mary Gambill Beth Moore 1999

Emily James Betsy Wills 1998

Kate Ezell Jane Waterlow 1997

Kim Davis Lesley Green Anne Morgan Elaine Sullivan Julie Walker 1995

Sandy Sangervasi Cathy Shell

Holly Bryant Jackie Hicks 1994


Barbara Burns Julie Gordon 2006

Liz Harwell Julia Johnson 2005

Nancy Deaton Elizabeth Papel 70 70


Betsy Brittain Janette Smith




Mr. Stephen E. (Steve) Blackmon, Jr. Mrs. Connie M. Cigarran Ms. Elizabeth Foss


Lou Ann Brown Marjorie Clements

Libby Page Lynne Rhett 1993

Jane Sloan Anne Whetsell 1992

Donna Kestner Peggy Kinnard


Sigourney Cheek

Connie Cigarran

Special Thanks To all of our committee members, advisory committee and board members, especially those who have volunteered for countless years, we thank you! To our families for their constant support and encouragement, thank you. Although there are countless volunteers and friends who donated their time and talents to the 2019 Show, we would like to extend a special thanks to the following: Ad Staff Media, Libba Durrett Denise Kasper Eric Schultenover Leigh Grugett ECON Volunteers Owen Kelly Margot Shaw Dan and Sherry Andrews Randy Erickson Rebecca King Steve Sirls Grace Anzelmo Elizabeth Foss Deborah Lovett Janette Smith Sarah Bartholomew JamĂŠ Fowler Jane MacLeod Mary Smith Steve Blackmon Framed! Vicki and Kerry McCluggage Lacey Steih Debbie Best Anne Carmody-Sheeler Chanel McDaniel Sandra Stillwagon LeeAnne Billen Ann Francis Garvey Kellie McDowell Stone + Steel Creative, Todd Breyer Tom Gambill Stephanie Simkin Marty McGinty Nancy Britt Linda Graham Ashley Stringfellow Dana Miller Gina Brown Scott Greer, Carolyn Thombs Katie Miner Greer Interactive Blythe Brown The Westin Hotel Lee Oakley Peter Grimaldi Lou Ann Brown The Wine Chap Christian Owen Chris and John Grimes Peter Bucci Tenn Hens Design, Sherrica Proctor Eli Groman Bonnie Cross Sarah Burningham Robin Puryear and Currier Stephens Gale Higgs Andrew Byrd Reed Public Relations, Waymon Tipton Jeanine Hackett Lucie Carroll Jenny Barker, Macey Cleary Brooke Trusley and Claire Osburn Laura Chadwick Dean Hitt and Michael Boyd Troy Tschantz Peyton Hoge Drew Robinson Connie Cigarran Bo Tyler Kim Holbrook John Robinson Jill Cohen Mary Spotswood Import Flowers Kathy Rolfe Christine Coppola Underwood Mike Jackson Fresca Rose Molly Craig Stephen Wells Caroline Jeronimus Jade Rosen Nina Davidson Betsy Wills Diane Johnson Ruthann and Eric Ross Nancy Deaton Melissa Wilson Joyner Hogan, Aubrey Ryman Bill DeCamp Tori Wimberly Jay Joyner Derek Schartung Allen DeCuyper A very special THANK YOU to Shannon Shears, Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Event Coordinator and the driving force behind the 2019 Show. Thank you, Shannon, for always making the Show the success that it is!

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Whitehall Antiques


A-25 A-44


Thomas Sheridan M. Loyd Fortner Antiques Antiques & Decorative Arts

King’s House Oriental Rugs


Yew Tree House

George Lotz’s Getlik Antiques Fine Art

Kevin A-53 L. Grissom Perry, Collection/ Inc. Estate & Fine Jewelry A-60 A-52


Roger D. Winter Ltd

Simmons Léonce

Butte’s Antiques B&B Antiques

A-51 Olivier Fleury, Inc.




A-26 Jesse Davis

Edwin C. A-31 Skinner A-29 Withington and Company Village Braider


Foreign Affair


A-35 Creswell Art Advisory

A-34 Roberto Freitas




The Silver Vault

B. Viz Design

A-49 Don Fields Craig Ringstad Antiques

A-48 H.H. Walker and Company

Jayne Thompson Antiques & Design


S.J. Shrubsole

McDonough Fine Art


Village Antiques and Interiors

A-22 Mayfair Designs



Hedgerow Antiques






C. M. Leonard Antiques

Parrin & Co.


Michael Higgins Antiques

Schorr & Dobinsky





Pickwick Antiques

Kenny Ball Antiques


Thomas Hoke Antiques Warehouse



A-64 Stanford Fine Art




Pop Up Garden


Earle Vandekar of Knightsbridge


Kelleher Fine Art



H.H. Walker and Company

A-33 A-32 Dana Kelly Michael Oriental Rugs Hall Antiques

Regency Redux


Botanical Collections Tomlinson Antiques

A-37 Lina’s Interiors


H-11 Madison James

H-17 Elliott & Elliott Art & Antiques

H-10 The Compleat Flea

H-09 Julie Harris

H-16 H-15 Southern Beasts

H-08 H-07 Luisana Harvesting Designs and History Antiques

H-14 Fleur & Twig

Sacred Heart Antiques

H-06 Manos De Sur

H-13 Outdoor Lighting Perspectives

H-12 Druid Tree Service, Inc.

H-18 Reed Smythe & Co.

H-19 Inbloom Jewelry







Daigh Rick



H-21 Provenance Antiques

Eneby Home


Pascal Home

Stony Lonesome

H-05 The Artist Collective

The Side Door



Fairbrother Designs Moss Studios


Nashville Rug Gallery

Mario Pollo

BAR H-04 H-29 Kimball & Bean Garden Antiques


H-27 Pembroke Antiques

Allen Lowman Hastening Design H-31 H-32 H-33 H-34 Studio Selective William Gardener C. Wood Wild Pearl Cheekwood by Helli Gift Shop Catalog Collection


Cottage Garden

H-26 Building Number 9


Troy Rhone


H-39 Gum Tree Farm

H-38 Le Pop-Up

Jeff Littrell Antiques

H-37 X-Treme Products


H-35 Ben & Lael, La Cigale Inc.


H-42 H-43 Rhea Crenshaw Avec Moi Interiors

H-41 Laval Antiques

Scarlett Scales Antiques

Cuckoo’s Nest


Ed Nash Fine Art

H-48 The Garden Vault

H-47 David A. Zabriskie


Roberts Antiques

H-57 M. Fowler Antiques

Kathy Tobler Silver

H-50 H-50


Benton, Hayden & Associates

A. Shaw Style



H-56 A List Antiques

H-55 Adele Sypesteyn Studio

H-45 Southern Light, Inc.



Peony’s Envy


Really Good DinnerpARTy H-53 Howard Price Stems Fine Art Vases

Sandstone Gardens


Elephant Walk