Gargoyles Limited. Apparently it is actually an antique saddle-maker's horse, which makes it even more charming in my book.
I have an overwhelming desire for a big horse in my apartment-- "Where would it go?!" you ask in a high-pitched voice. Couldn't tell you, but I think they're just the coolest. I have been lusting after carousel horses for sometime now, but this equine takes the cake... Evidently someone else with much deeper pockets than mine feels similarly, because there is a "SOLD" sticker stuck to the end of this pony's snout. I hope this horse is going to a good home.
Also on display in the Gargoyles Limited space was a lovely pile of vintage luggage. I was coveting this set too, until I realized it really wasn't so different from the stack of luggage we have on our stairs in the country... Oops. Be careful what you wish for-- you might already have it! (Though those are reeeaaaalllly nice boxing gloves...)
(Their luggage...) (My luggage...)
All in all, we had a splendid time at the A-D Show, felt very New York-y for attending, and then zoomed up to the country for a little (much, much needed) R & R.