Friday, October 28, 2011

Some of the bric a brac items from this week.....

Another busy week that has just zoomed by. All of these items on the blog today I meant to show you earlier in the week before they went to the WAC and garden centre but time has got the better of me and they are all now over at the centres. They all came from the same Kenmore home.
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The timeless stripes of T. G Green. (Available at the Cottage Garden Nursery)
Cutest little egg cups. I so get why people collect these, they are so fun and make we want to boil eggs and make soldier toast. (Available at the WAC)
Old mantle clock. (Available at the WAC)
Glassware and other bits and bobs including
a Harry Memmott bowl. (Available at the WAC)

Delicious West German and Italian pottery...yes the West German stayed with me but I was good and swapped out some others.


Loved this little trinket box, it has a few love bites (chips) but it doesn't matter to me as it is just a sign that it was a favourite by its' previous owner. (Available at the WAC)

Another favourite was this lovely Norwegian china. The pattern name is "Lotte".
All available at the WAC

This was so loved by the lady who owned it she used it every day....if you don't believe me here is proof below...

The name of this china is the same as my beautiful daughter, Lotte who did this painting for her Art show that was on at her school during the week. Good job Lotte. xx
Hope you have a lovely weekend xxx

17 comments:

  1. Oh my ~ I did a BLOG post this week about my collection of TG Green. These pieces look lovely. Mx

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  2. I'm glad you sent all of it away Katherine. I think I would've said to you, put the Memmott bowl aside, and the Bitossi, and the Lotte dinner set and the ugly art glass and the iittala and the WG pottery.
    That WG pottery is great by the way. Love how you have to swap it out because you have too many of those bad boys!! xx

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  3. Are you going to keep the Lotte dinnerset, I think that is super sweet as it is your daughters name!

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  4. I love Cornishware - I'll be in to top up my collection. My mum used to have a complete set of Lotte dinnerware. I wonder whatever happened to it?
    Cheers Kylie

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  5. Some lovely things there i really like the blue and white Cornishware. dee x

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  6. Love that Cornishware and Lotte! Gosh your daughter is clever, love that you have kept her painting framed. See you on Sunday! x

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  7. Love the cornishware too but that Norwegian dinner set really steals the show! Love it.

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  8. You made me a very happy lady this morning :) I picked up the two Lotte mugs at WAC and my Lotte collection is very happy for the addition :D

    I was quite tempted by the large squat milk jugs but resisted today.

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  9. I do fancy that Norwegian dinnerset, how sweet and love Lotte's artwork too :)

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  10. Wow, that dinnerware is so cute! I'd keep it for my daughter with the same name.
    kl

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  11. I adore Lotte's painting Katherine, so sweet. Great to catch up last weekend xx

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  12. I LOVE the blue and white and that Norwegaen china, bet that won't last long! I really enjoyed catching up with you on Sunday! Cheers to another catch up soon! X

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