Thursday, June 11, 2009

We've been taking some day trips lately. One was to Boone, NC. While shopping there we saw this cute little tea pot. Hubby knows I do the crossword puzzle in the newspaper everyday and he wanted to buy it for me.

I can sip my tea and do my puzzle in the morning.


This is another set we found in an antique store up there. It sets on a counter in the kitchen. Perfect colors for my house.



We found this "sweet" little honey pot at an estate sale recently. It's glass, made of two pieces and has the honey dipper attached to the lid.





We also found a depression glass swan in an antique shop there. It makes a nice addition to my candlewicking depression glassware.


Thanks for visiting. I enjoy each of your comments.


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18 comments:

Shannon said...

Fun finds! That teapot is great! :)

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Beautiful teapot and the swan is beautiful too. You really found some great finds.
Sue

ceekay said...

I love that teapot! So cute! You found some treasures!

Walking on Sunshine... said...

I love that teapot with the crossword puzzle!! It's so unusual! Your other finds are great as well!

Dawn said...

Beautiful things - I really love the tea sets!

Itajeff @Something To Share said...

The teapot is great!

Happy Friday

Lots of luv,
Ita

Hootin' Anni said...

Love the crossword tea pot! And the crystal honey dish is 'to die for' cute!!! I want one.

My post is published now. All about some glass pieces I have. Won't you consider dropping by for a visit? Have a great Friday!!

Gracie said...

I like the crosswords teapot so very much, really nice and unique indeed!

Love Bears All Things said...

What a unique piece is that teapot and sort of whimiscal.
You and I share a love of red. I notice your walls, similar to mine. I'm ready to be a guest in that bedroom. I love how you've decorated. Want to come do my house? Since I have recently moved, I'm thinking I have way to many things and need to get rid of some.
Have a great weekend,
Mama Bear

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Beautiful finds! I really like the teapots, as I collect them. Have a great day!

Sherrie
http://mygardeningwoes.blogspot.com/2009/06/show-and-tell-friday.html

Briana said...

The crossword puzzle teapot is so fun. I really like the honey pot too.

Leann said...

That crossword teapot is so whimsical! Too funny. The swan is a really great piece.

Enjoy your day!
Leann

Lisa Ann said...

What great finds! The crossword puzzle one is really cool!

Charity said...

Everything is so cute. That crossword teapot is especially uniquie!

Karen said...

HI there.
I think it might have been the era. I know I remember asking her once "Mom, why don't you start dating?" and she looked at me and said "Why would I want to do that?" LOL
Have a great day! Karen

Melinda said...

I LOVE that crossword teapot, that is so cute! Thanks for visiting Shore's End.

Carla said...

What neat teapots!! I bet that swan dish is something else with goodies on it:)
I'm drooling over the honey pot:)

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