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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Silver still my latest love


I am continuing my search for nice pieces of silver
If you remember the little grapevine jug above started it all

The decanter and goblets are pieces we have had stashed away since our silver wedding anniversary many years ago (25 if I'm honest) yes it's our 50th this year, 6th October and yes I was a child bride.:)


Today we found this beautiful coffee pot,for $25
It matches the jug with the grapevine
We could have purchased heaps more in this shop.
The owner of this cabinet full of goodies we had to choose from is extremely generous with their pricing.
We could have bought the entire cabinet full, ( if we had the money to spare that is)



Isn't it just lovely
Now this is a little dish I pulled out of my cupboard. 
I don't get it out very often
We have a small house and so much stuff :)
I sat it on top of my Grandma's cake stand


It made a nice display for my fruit.
that is until the grandchildren appeared (no pears left)
demolished my display in minutes.:)


Sometimes I hanker for plain china,even though,as you know, I love floral.


This platter is one of three I inherited from my dear mother.
They are Royal Doulton
The teapot also was hers and is Sandler
The creamer and sugar bowl I bought myself
They are Wedgwood Queens.
I love these and they are still available in the shops
I bought them when I was still working though,they are quite expensive.
I so love the shape and plainness of the creamy white.


This teacup trio is so pretty,love the gold patterned edge






I have had this Duchess Tivoli plate for ages,and today found the matching teacup and saucer, Yeh $12


Hope you are having a nice weekend
xx jeanetteann

This weeks parties
Faded Charm for White Wednesday
Coloradolady
Knick of Time
Kathe with an E
Ivy and Elephants
Have a Daily cup Mrs Olsen
A Delightsome Life
The Thrifty Groove
French Country Cottage
Craftionary
My romantic Home



30 comments:

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Love your silver! I love silver too but don't like cleaning it. I guess it is so pretty it makes it worth it though. :)

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

I love silver finds too. Amazing that you found the coffee to your creamer!

~ Liz ~ said...

Jeanetteann, that grapevine pattern on the silver is gorgeous. I've never seen any silver like that. I'm still keeping my eye out for silver but trying to only get it if it's really inexpensive. I did manage to get a bunch of silverware at Goodwill for 10 cents each yesterday...cool soup spoons and some little forks. I do enjoy seeing your collections. Thanks for stopping by and commenting at Quirky Vistas!
Liz

Alessandra said...

Hi Jeanetteann, your silver is gorgeous.
Kisses.
Alessandra.

Shelia said...

Hi Jeanetteann! Oh, you've found some pretty things. Love the silver you've found. I love how you layered your cups in the basket. I've got to do that sometimes.
Thanks for popping in to see me.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Jacqui said...

I love your silver jug and teapot. They match fabulously! Lovely post, thanks for sharing
xx

vicki archer said...

gorgeous silver...and love the teacup and saucer...so pretty! xv

janice15 said...

Jeanetteann, all the silver pieces are wonderful...Isn't it funny how we get started on something....I do that at times...everything is just so pretty and the Royal Dalton as well ...love the Tea Pot...Beautiful post...How your having a wonderful weekend...thank you for being so wonderful helping and all...much love Janice hugs

The Porcelain Rose said...

Jeanetteann~
My sweet friend.
Such a lovely post! I love the silver pieces. I collect silver sets and have a few very nice tea sets. They make very pretty displays. I never use them. I don't drink coffee or tea.
I adore your gold rimmed china! and the pretty blue floral cream and sugar set in the previous post!
You have the most wonderful collections.
I always enjoy my visits here.
I just spent a few days making over some thrift store finds. I hope you will drop by for a visit. I always enjoy hearing from you!
Will visit again soon.
Elizabeth

Tami Von Zalez said...

You do have to love silver - it is so high maintenance ...

Popped in from Gonna Love It.

thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com

Kathe said...

I always love seeing what pretties you have found or bring out from your stash! Love the grapevine pattern and the china pieces :-) Thank you for sharing at the party this week Jeanetteann! I've featured this post on my Facebook page too!

Susan said...

Tuesday, August 21---Hello Jeanetteann. You found some wonderful treasures! I like silver, but not polishing it.

Thanks so much for your visit and comment on my blog! Susan

EllenaElizabeth said...

I have thoroughly enjoyed looking at your silver and the white china. The platter that belonged to you Mum is wonderful. It's so lovely to have family treasures like that. Thanks so much for visiting my blog, I really appreciate it. PS. I see you're a fellow Australian.

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

You and I both share a common love. The Royal Doulton is truly lovely.

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

"I (((LOVE))) your new teapot and how it matched your grapevine jug". I think I am convinced to "Happy Danced with a really big smile on your pretty face"!!! I too love silver...So Wonderful that you have some from your SILVER anniversary...HMMMM! Remember 50 means """DIAMONDS"""!!! Actually I like the silver better. ALL your pictures and treasures are "Priceless"!
Have a fun week,
Hugs,
Donna

Rosewalk Cottage said...

I love all of your pretty china and silver and it was nice that you found the cup and saucer to match your plate. I so love that when it happens. Thank you for sharing.
~Clara

LV said...

Silver is so nice and elegant looking. However, it is a pain to keep polished.

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Hi Jeanettann!

Your silver is just lovely! I am starting to like sivler also. I made myself a pin cushion from a thrift store find creamer. Congrats on your 50th anniversary!! How wonderful! Love the pretty china too! Thanks for coming by to visit!

Debbie

Coloradolady said...

Beautiful china and silver!! Thanks for linking in today. Happy VTT

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

You have a lovely mix of white china. Your silver is so elegant too. Oh, we do love our sweet things!

A Walk in the Countryside said...

Beautiful!

French-Kissed said...

Congratulations on your recent anniversary...I swoon for silver anything and when you add in a grape motif I can never resist...all of your silver is lovely and your dish collection, too! so fun to find new stuff and to pull out old ones we forget we even had and enjoy this beautiful art form.

Jermaine

Barb said...

Hi Jeanetteann,
Happy 50th anniversary ...It's my 50th wedding anniversary this year too!
And yes,I was a child bride,too. ;)

I like the silver set with the grape pattern on it. Silver ware is always elegant.
I always enjoy your posts..
Have a good week
Barb from Australia

Jann Olson said...

Hi Jeanetteann,
I love your silver! That is something I have never collected. I think it's gorgeous, but I am just not a fancy gal. lol! Your pieces are just so unique. Do you have to polish them very often? Your other dishes are beautiful as well. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
Hugs,
Jann

Maria said...

Hello, I'm visiting from Chris's blog. My goodness, you have some beautiful things and so many of them have a 'story' attached :-)

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Oh, so many pretties, Jeanetteann! Love the silver and the white china. I especially like the last teapot, creamy white and gold. It's stunning! Thanks for your visit and have a lovely weekend.

Blessings,
Sandi

Ana said...

Beautiful finds Jeanetteanne. Oh, and happy upcoming 50th anniversary. Wow, that's fantastic. Have a wonderful weekend.

Hugs and Kisses,
❤Ana

Cheryl said...

I collect silver too--- although I toss it around my yard for our yearly pirate party lol. Okokok, the super pretty stuff gets put inside the house!
big hugs,
Cheryl

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

This is a beautiful coffee pot and it does match the pitcher perfectly! Silver is definitely a lovely thing to collect. I am with you on creamy white dishes - they're quite special. I love your heirloom pieces - I know they'll be treasured for a very long time. I appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
Kathy

Diann said...

Nothing makes me smile faster than sparkly old silver! These pieces are all gorgeous! And the Royal Dalton are beautiful. Thank you for joining us at TTF and have a terrific day!