Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Invaluable keepsake, Jo! Just lovely!
Looks as as new, or even better, Jo! :-)
A very special treasure that holds a lot of memorieslovetweedles
I can just picture it filled with daffodils. How beautiful and such a treasure for you. Deb
Priceless craft !
Simply beautiful! Have a glorious weekend dear friend.Big Texas Hugs,Susan and Bentley
Such a beautiful treasures and I can imagine these jugs full with daffodils in spring.Have a lovely weekend!
Love pitchers from the by gone era!
My wife has her great-great grandmothers that came from Norway on the sailing ship so very long ago. It amazes me that it is still unblemished after all those years.
I like seeing all of your treasures. I think of the same things as use old things as to where they have been before I owned them. I have old cafe ware that came from a cafe that my grandmother worked back in the early 1900's. I think of its former use and what kind of food was served on them.
I have a real soft spot for Victorian jugs, they are so multi-functional and beautifully decorated and, as you point out, have such wonderful stories to tell. Now, if only they could talk!Have a great weekend.Dixxxx
That is gorgeous. I love old stuff but mine will no doubt go into the bin or maybe eBay when we pop our clogs. My children are not interested in "clutter" as they call it.
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