Vintage Pottery Each with a story of it's own
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There is quite a story about each of these that have a special place in my heart and home.
My Dutch cookie jar was something that I had searched for, for years. They werre always too expensive. When We were on our 25th Anniversary trip out west we stopped in a few antique malls. In one I found this sweet dutch boy. He was painted pink and gray. When checking for cracks I noticed the paint was pealing. Lucky me, whoever had painted him had used water based craft paint. He was only $25. !!! I snatch him up and when we got home I washed off the paint. Yes some of his original painted details were gone but I love him just as he is.
This dogwood tea pot was bought at a shop in England. My husband was there on a business trip. It isn't very vintage but dated 1968 which was the year we met. He is so thoughtfull!
I like to think of my style as Italian Romantic. Below is the iron buffet I display my lovely finds. I didn't highlight all of them but each one has a story of it's own.
Thanks for visiting and May you be blessed this week. Debbie