Happy Saturday friends!
The weather has been warmer this past week, and while I didn’t find a lot I did find a few cool things.
These bow candle sconces come apart so I might be using the pieces for projects, and I just couldn’t pass up the sweet little furry cat and kitten set. I remember having something similar when I was a little girl.
I’ve added these five small Bibles to my small small book collection.
They’re not in the greatest condition, but definitely worth saving.
The red ones have names and dates in them from the 1940s and 50s.
The black one is the smallest at 4″ high, and the oldest if I’m going by its inscription;
To Selma from her Teacher in 1925.
How sweet is that?
I love the colours of these two large wooden balls, but I have no idea what they are.
They’re solid, and have a hole in the bottom.
I found these two lovely hand embroidered tea towels a while ago and just realized that I never included them in a post. I just think they’re so pretty.
They’re marked with the initials of the maker, E.K.H.
I love that!
The one on the right needs a good soaking to get rid of some aging.
Years ago I had a large collection of vintage figural salt & peppers that I sold off pair by pair. Now when I find them I keep them for a while to enjoy, and then I’m happy to let them go.
Now I collect small glass, aluminum, and silver plate sets only. I shared my small salt and pepper collection a while back.
These three sets of vintage Japan salt & peppers still have their original cork stoppers. I have no idea what the middle ones are supposed to be. Some kind of veggie I suppose.
Thanks so much for reading!