Monday, March 11, 2013

A new little transferware treasure….

 

I recently picked up this little transferware

creamer from the 1840’s……

It is the perfect size for a small bouquet of flowers

and looks so cute

perched on top of this stack of books.

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I love the slight crazing…….so beautiful!

I prefer pieces with imperfections

 which of course is also easier on the pocket book.

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14 comments:

MONICA LIVAS said...

This is beautiful! So elegant! LOVE it!

Kelly said...

I love it too! It's the perfect shade of blue. I prefer the lighter color like that. The flowers are the perfect touch.

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Very pretty Des! I love the way you have it displayed!

Cynthia said...

Great piece, love the flowers.

Cynthia

Southerncook said...

LOVE your new transferware piece. I find that sometimes smaller little vases come in so handy.

Carolyn/A Southerner's Notebook

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

O, Des, she is a real beauty..Happy Monday..Judy

Olive said...

Yes! It is darling-embracing imperfection here too Des.

AntiqueChase said...

LOVE

Barbara said...

Very pretty...I just love transferware! It is so delicate looking.
XO Barbara

chateau chic said...

Darling find!! Blue and white transferware is a favorite of mine! Your little pitcher is so sweet.
Mary Alice

Stacey said...

Very pretty Des. I like the books wrapped in paper. :)

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

So pretty and simple. Can't go wrong with blue and white.

Red Rose Alley said...

Deserae,
This little creamer is very pretty, and so special that it's from the 1940's. I really appreciate items that have a bit of history to them. I have a gravy boat passed on from my grandmother from the 40's, and I will treasure it forever. I think blue looks so pretty in the home.
~Sheri

wendy said...

Oh my, it is always fun to find such treasures