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
This weeks parties
Faded Charm for White Wednesday
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
My romantic Home