Everything this time of year doesn't have to be a post about Christmas decor, however I could post Christmas items for 2 months everyday I do believe.
I was looking in my jewelry box for a certain pair of earrings and ran across these pins and I absolutely love the portrait pin it's large and a lady painted on a stone it looks like however surely its shell? maybe.
I bought it at a resale shop and as I was paying for it another lady that was not helping me said oh no we can't sell that pin for that price,it's priced way to little. I did speak up and said yes i'm paying the price on the tag attached. I got it for the price on the tag. Thank You
The pin on the bottom with the couple was a pin that belonged to my Great Aunt Ollie who was my Grandmothers sister, it has a signature on front and marked with a French name on back. My great aunt loved antiques and collected french dishes and jewelry, she worked in a little antique shop in a hotel in Sikeston Missouri back in the 1960's, I still have a dish she gave me when I was in my 30's
OK here is some Christmas my large 12 inch Santa Hello Kiddies mold I got at a yard sale back in the 1980's for $3 I was thrilled then and still love it, It was in it's original box and I threw it away !!!!
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Those heirloom pins are true treasures and so beautiful :)ReplyDelete
I love those brooches. I have a few myself. I also love the Santa mold. Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
That is beautiful jewelry. I really love those portraits pieces! I have a very old Santa mold from the 50s when I was a kid! xo DianaReplyDelete
I love it all! The pins are unbelieveable!ReplyDelete
Those pins are gorgeous! I love your Santa mold. I have had one on my list, "to find" for a long time. Hasn't happened yet.ReplyDelete
what wonderful treasures you have !
Wishing you the Merriest and Brightest Christmas ever,
and a New Year filled with Love, Peace and many Blessings,
I have a similar pin to the large one with earrings to match that were my Grandmother's. I treasure them still. I wore them on my wedding day. I just love vintage jewelry, especially ones with a story. Your pins are stunning and that Santa is a one of a kind!ReplyDelete
I have a vintage cameo pin and matching earrings that were given to me as a parting gift from an old job -- they all pitched in and paid for the (cost a fortune!) I just love your vintage pins, esp the French one. That Santa mold is awesome -- too bad about the box:( (I've done similar things.....) Hope you have a great holiday! xo Kathleen|Our Hopeful HomeReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by my blog. To answer your question ---- the back of the plate says, "Ironstone, Old English, Rural Scenes, W. Adams, England." SallyReplyDelete