Sunday, March 18, 2012

Vintage Sunday - A Tribute to Grandmothers

Today I am feeling nostalgic - been thinking of my Grandmother alot. So today I am going to feature some items I remember from her home or know that she would have loved....

Please enjoy and visit the shops of these special items!

Cissyscrafts
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This ceramic pitcher and tray was undercoated with a rose pink. and clear glazed. The pitcher is
10 in. tall and 7 1/2 in. from spout to handle. 5 in. at base . The tray is 8 in. wide and 10 in. long. No cracks or chips.

Shesarainbowvintage - This is a very cute piggy bank made into the shape of a cat and kitten! The colors are very striking in shades of pink, black, grey, silver, and yellow and it has a luminescent finish to it. It was made in Japan and although it does has a good amount of wear on it (see photos), it's still a great piece... VERY CUTE!!

GotMilkGlassandmore - These are very detailed male and female Victorian figurines made in Occupied Japan.
No chips or cracks. There is some minor paint loss but nothing serious at all.
8" tall. 2.5" base.

Carriesattic - This beautiful vintage Grandmother plate is by Norcrest and is Fine China
Measures approx: 8" diameter
Back is marked Gold Norcrest Fine China; B-761. Cream plate with yellow accents
Gold trim ; Pink Roses Motif; Has cut out design; Script GRANDMOTHER in gold
A very pretty plate for any collector!
My Grandmother had a huge collection of plates and cups in this style... she marked every piece with the givers name.. we all got ours back when Grandmother passed away!

I hope you enjoyed my tribute to my grandmother and yours!

Have a wonderful Sunday and if Grandmother or Grandfather is still with you - go visit or call them.

23 comments:

Linda B said...

Very nice items and I'm sure great memories for you.

evey said...

lovely post. I especially enjoyed those cat figurines. so adorable.

New England Quilter said...

A very sweet post with some lovely items. I think of my grandmother sometimes when I crochet, as she is the one who got me started!
Amy

Jill Q said...

A lovely & sweet idea for a blog post!

circleinthesand said...

My goodness, what a sweet blog post! I miss my granny something awful and think of her often. I have her antique corner shelf here in my home, it is one of my treasured possessions.

Shes A Rainbow Vintage said...

HI, MONA!!! :) Thank you so much!!! :D :) I am ooing and ahhing at the purple ballerina baby quilt to the right!!! Very nice!!! :D :) Thank you, again, and have a GREAT day!!! :D :) ;) :D ;) Take care!!! :D :) ♥

Got Milk Glass and More said...

Oh, so many memories these pieces bring up!! Thanks for including my Occupied Japan pieces.

Amanda said...

LOVELY post! I am thinking about my Grandmother today as she continues therapy for her ankle replacement she had done about a month ago. Thanks for sharing such lovely items. I love that pitcher!

ByNanasHands said...

Beautiful blog post Mona....I adore the little figurines...those remind me of a hanging corner shelf Grandma had above her favorite chair in a corner. Good memories.....

CalliopeCreations said...

Lovely Blog. I loved my grandparents and have several items from their home. These are things that I remember as a child. They are precious to me.

BeadedTail said...

Lovely tribute post Mona! I have several items around the house that remind me of my grandma. Grandmas are extra special!

GrandmaLindasHouse said...

What a wonderful tribute to your grandmother. One of my grandmas taught me to sew and gave me free rein on her machine. My other grandma lived several states away but always sent me hand-crocheted items as gifts.

myminimocs said...

What a beautiful post - it brought so many wonderful memories to mind! Thanks Mona - i've been a little distracted these days and this was a wonderful reprieve!

CBLandCO. Jewelry And Gifts said...

Beautiful tribute post Mona. Love your selections for the trip down memory lane ♥

enchanted quilling said...

Love your tribute to your grandmother. That pitcher sure brought back a lot of beautiful memories of my dear Grandmother...thank you Mona!

enchanted quilling said...

Love your tribute to your grandmother. That pitcher sure brought back a lot of beautiful memories of my dear Grandmother...thank you Mona!

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