Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Perhaps Pink



I'm not much of a pink person, not in my clothes or in my art so I had to look around to see what I could find. This little tea set was my mothers and I have no recall of her ever using it or even displaying it...just up in the cupboard forever. The pedestal glass dish is lovely and also my mothers and found it in the cupboard too! I'm not much at using these but I do display them in the dining room on a glass shelf. This last is our wedding scroll. A dear friend and artist created this and inside are all the signatures of guests on our wedding day...it stretches out at least four feet and it sits in the living room on the top of a bookshelf! Did you already guess...this is the search for Roy G Biv Day! For more images click on Jennifer or Julie

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  1. Such treasures! I must say that I have always loved those tea sets with the overall floral pattern! And that pedestal dish is so pretty & delicate... The wedding scroll - precious - and love all of the colors your friend used.

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    1. Arzigogolare, Thank you....I don't drink tea but I hope to use it someday for tea drinking visitors!

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  2. I turned away from pink when younger mainly because of its association with "girls". However, now I love it and all the shades of it from orangey to reds. Your scroll is beautiful. how lovely to have.

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    1. sukipoet, I'm still not a go to first pink person...more of a blue connection. The scroll is well loved!

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  3. What a nice idea the scroll is. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much. The scroll is a real keepsake!

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  4. I really like all of these, and find it interesting that they have some sort of history for you. Nice to have remembrances of your mother, and the scroll is a real treasure.

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    1. Thanks for the stop by...remembrances are so important...I wish I knew when and where she purchased these items but that is a lost wish. Yes, the scroll is a real treasure!

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  5. Love the china! I'm a bit of a collector myself and what a lovely idea of the scroll!

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    1. Julie, China pieces can be so beautiful...I've inherited some pretty pieces and yes, to the scroll...a true keepsake!

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