I am having fun with this white wall in my kitchen. I have been changing it out to fit the season.
The shabby white/green board in front is my cabinet door, it fell off the hinge, actually
the hinge ended up bending, I am constantly struggling to keep these cupboards door on these
old cabinets, What we won't do to keep the beautiful vintage look right?
The story about all these little Italian Pottery pieces I have inherited is, that, they were brought
to my mother and grandmother from my Great Uncle Bruno. When he came to this country from
Italy, he stayed with my family for a while. I was 3 years old, so don't really remember.
My Grammy gave me these pieces when I was 16 years old,
(long time ago)
I can remember and see my mother having a cup of coffee from these dishes,
Oh, this was a lifetime ago!
I was given this piece of vintage linen just a couple of years ago.
Never noticed how much it resembles Italian pottery until I started putting all this together.
This teapot is not Italian. I found this just last week at Goodwill, cracked, chipped, rough,
however I fell in love with it. It is very old and English, hand painted in greens, and gold leaf, and the most charming design to me is the green Fluer de Les!!!
Vintage Hankies make my ice tongs into a towel holder!
Rummaged through the lace doily box and found these with a bit of aqua/green,
Here is what the bottom of the sugar bowl says, I need to do some research on this,
Silicon China? Verona design? Made in England? Ummmmm........
If anyone knows anything about this china please leave me a comment,
So until the next holiday, I will switch out the vignette again, for now hope you enjoyed
my collection, please take a moment to "join" the "follow" me on the right side bar, and put me on your blog list, thank you,
Have a Blessed Easter Weekend!
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