And then this one where I was practicing taking close ups LOL Had my silver plate flatware out for a prop . This was my Mom's silverware she picked out in 1957 Coronation is the pattern name originally made in 1936
I am planning on having an interesting week end and will tell you about it next week. Anyway if it's interesting I'll mention it LOL
It's turning so cool here fast so I may be bringing in some of my house plants next weekend or sooner.I am not in the mood for fall weather I still want it to be summer,I still have summer things I want to do LOL guess i won't be doing them will I ??? LOL
Well...Now you have us guessing about your week, hope it is great! Love moms silverware. And $25 for a mannequin was quite the find!ReplyDelete
Love your blues! Curious to see how your weekend turns out...ReplyDelete
Love that hydrangea. Also love anything galvanized! Here's to a great weekend:)ReplyDelete
The silverware is simply beautiful...your mother had quite good taste! I collect old silver...some in sets, some mixed. Well, most of it is flatware!! :) Just love it all. And I love your blues...I'm really adding a lot of it to my living room.ReplyDelete
Pretty pictures and I can see why you love these items! I would TOO!ReplyDelete
It was 102 yesterday. NOT as hot today and slowly cooling off here in Texas! It will be close to Christmas before we think about bringing plants inside. I need to look at your profile.....I think I forgot where you live!
Have fun this weekend! My mom is going with me to Louisiana for the historic homes tour so maybe I will blog about it. Guess what?! I bought an antique pier mirror at the sale I was working at this week. I just love it.
Talk to you soon.
Those are beautiful blues! I love them all.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful, fun, interesting weekend! xo Diana
Love the blues. I love the books I saw in the next post too. I'm on the hunt for some!ReplyDelete
Love your beautiful blues. That mannequin was a steal. Awesome score. Love the salt and pepper shakers. Have a great week end.ReplyDelete
Those silver shakers are gorgeous! I've been collecting some of the older glass salt and pepper shakers but I haven't found any of these...yet! I love searching for vintage treasures, don't you? Hugs, DianeReplyDelete
You had me at Blue! Beautiful photos! You've certainly peeked my curiosity on what you'll be up to next week, can't wait to hear more.ReplyDelete
Like you I am always finding things in the studio I forgot I had. That's the only thing that makes cleaning the studio fun! I love your blue mannequin. She looks pretty in her tutu and pearls!ReplyDelete
The silver is lovely! Your mother had great taste!ReplyDelete
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