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Sunday, October 25, 2020

Rooster plate...


 At one time in my life, I would have had to come home with at least one of these.  And it was still tempting but since I am trying to get rid of the clutter, I only took a picture.  

27 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

I love it, I would have bought it. It sure would brighten up the kitchen!

CheerfulMonk said...

Hurray for pictures!

Hill Top Post said...

The plate has such a nice old vintage look. I have made a pledge to myself not to bring in more. I must learn to take more pictures.

Nancy Chan said...

It is a beautiful rooster plate. It must be hard to resist buying that plate.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

I'd have been tempted too; I have a bit of a thing about roosters and hens - symbols of my childhood I suppose.

Bill said...

I understand the need to declutter, but I also understand the temptation.

Hootin' Anni said...

Your collection fetish...roosters? I like the colors on this one...very unique.

Ann said...

What a sweet plate. Love the bright cheery colors. I remember a cabinet in my grandmothers living room that was filled with all kinds of roosters.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Muito bonito o prato do galo.
Um abraço e boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
I agree - I have to work hard on not collecting such things too! YAM xx

ushasurya said...

The picture looks so clear and elegant !!!!!I love that woven cane container !!
Devi :)))

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

It is a pretty rooster plate! Take care, enjoy your day! Wishing you a happy new week!

Sandra said...

my friends daughter would want this plate, her kitchen is full of roosters... my mother would want it and the basket it is in

Martha said...

Very pretty but very smart to take a photo and leave it behind.

Ruthie said...

It certainly is charming

ushasurya said...

I love this cane basket or box whatever it is...The image is so warm and beautiful:)
Devi :)

A Left-Eyed View said...

A colorful find that reminds me of my grandmother's stoneware!

ElaineH said...

It is beautiful. I probably at one time would have bought it too! I too, am trying to get rid of so much stuff. I love going into antique and junk stores and I would always leave with something but now I have way too much stuff. And after cleaning out my parents' house, there was even more. So now I am trying to get rid of it all.

Ruth Hiebert said...

i've been trying to do that as well. Take a picture, to preserve the memory and leave the item where it is.

Calusarus said...

Really an interesting plate.

happyone said...

I'd be tempted to buy it too!!

Steve in Japan said...

That looks like a great plate! I admire your willpower. ;-)

harry said...

good self control; not only do you save money and avoid clutter, you have captured something you can share with perfect strangers!

Judy said...

Now that rooster would have come home with me. Did you go through the linens?

Laurel Wood said...

So colorful and cheerful. My grandma had a plaster rooster that must have been three feet by three feet that hung in the wall in her kitchen.

Small City Scenes said...

I hear ya. I used to love this stuff and I still do but buy no more
MB

Red Rose Alley said...

This plate is unique. I used to love rooster items, but since I have a rooster and chickens crowing right next door, I can live without them. I love the eggs they provide though haha.

~Sheri

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