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Monday, February 20, 2017

Daughter's treasure....

This is not my photo...daughter sent it to me after she got home with them.  I had tried to take one in the shop they were in but too many reflections in the window.   She has been looking at them for a couple years...but we didn't get them cause they would have been a pain to ship.  And we would have had to ship them.  Do you see the dogwood design?  I had not noticed in the shop, and I don't think she had either.  That makes me like them all the more.

This was at the same store...if I was in the market for a treasure, I might have come home with this.  But since I am trying to declutter, I came home without it.

I will be linking to Tuesday's Treasures...

14 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

They are beautiful! And so much could be done with them. I love the color, and think they do not need any painting, they look good just the way they are.

Mildred said...

So happy for your daughter. Beautiful!

Cat Lover said...

Lovely! I would leave them just as they are.

Sandra said...

they are wonderful, will be beautiful on the wall. my aunt had one of these dishes.. I am with you, purging daily not bringing home.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

What a great find!! Make sure you post a pic of them on her wall. Cool!
xx, Carol

Nancy Chan said...

Your daughter found herself some great treasures. I like the 2nd item. It is pretty but I am also trying to declutter my home.

Tom said...

Rose, thanks for pointing out the dogwood design, I didn't notice at first. Most of us need to declutter, thats for sure! Thanks for stopping by, please come again.

A Colorful World said...

It's hard to have your eye on something in an antique shop for years and not be able to buy it! Glad they got their treasure! It's lovely! What are their plans for it? Hope you are doing great, Rose.

don said...

Twp fine pictures of very good looking items. Some lhings are a real problem to ship.

Small City Scenes said...

Now that you mention it I do see ythe dogwood design. How neat. Love these also. You are so brave to walk out without that beautiful divided dish. I have learned also.
MB

Mascha said...

Beautiful old windows!
Decluttering, sigh -
Enjoy your week

CountryMum said...

What a wonderful find!

Meggie said...

I doubt that I could have left the store without the divided dish "treasure"...I also need to de-clutter.

Klara S said...

Your daughter has beautiful treasure. The second item is very nice too. It's a shame you didn't buy it. Also I agree with MB you were very brave.

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