Thursday, April 22, 2010

Vintage Thingie Thursday

Suzanne is waiting for all of the vintage to be posted today.  Join me at @http://coloradolady.blogspot.com/ for VINTAGE THINGIE THURSDAY.

A number of years ago I spotted these two glass items.  There are no markings but I think they are  from the Depression Glass era. 

An adorable ice bucket with a silver handle.  I've used this several times for small parties.

This little dish matches.  Not really sure what it was intended, but I use it to serve butter.



Sifting gears now, this hanger is in my extra bedroom that my granddaughters use. 

The little pair of shoes belonged to my grandmother Jewell from abt. 1905.

I bought this sweet little dress at an antique store.

This little bonnet is a really soft pink and so delicate, I love it, I also purchased this at a sale.

Hoping everyone has a wonderful Thursday.

Keep finding all of those wonderful vintage thingies........Ann

17 comments:

Queenmothermamaw said...

Dear Ann, of course you would appreciate my 'ole oaken rocking chair'. I am a lover of everything vintage, although guilty of giving away most of my antiques that I had from my grands passed down to my mom. But I gave them all to family members as they built homes and had places for them. Honestly at one time in my life, I had gotten pretty tired of looking at them. The round oak claw foot dining table and chairs are priceless but after looking at it for over 70 years I gave it to my brother's daughter. She is tickled to death. I wanted to know where all those things were going before I passed away and someone might get them and not appreciate. Love your post so. Blessings. Sorry so long on the comment.
QMM

Postcardy said...

The best thing is your grandmother's shoes. You are lucky to have them.

Grannys Attic said...

I love your post and your grandmothers shoes are to precious. How very special. Blessings, Vicky

CC said...

Hi Ann..
I loved your post..how wonderful that you have your grandmothers baby shoes..ohhh, and I love the little dress and bonnet.They're so sweet hanging there..they just belong right where you have them, and I love little ice bucket and butter dish. You have shared some beautiful things today.. Happy VTT, have a wonderful weekend.

LV said...

You have done it again! You have really featured some great vintage things today. I cannot imagine you still having your grandmothers' shoes. That is the best.

Sherrie said...

Your gown is so lovely, it reminded me of my own christening gown. I think I should post that for my Mother's Day post. Thanks for sharing.

Elizabeth said...

Hi Ann! What a wonderful post. I love the tin wall hanging. Thanks for your lovely comments on my Elvis glasses - I love Elvis too, but this is my first Elvis purchase! I don't know if I should keep them in the box or use them!

Coloradolady said...

I just love how you have your grandmothers shoes, how special that someone saved them! That is one sweet little dress and hat too! Great vintage post, Ann.....loved everything. Have a great VTT!

Maureen said...

Such sweet things. 105 year old baby shoes!

Tracy F. said...

Love all the sweet baby things. What treasures!

Mary said...

Beautiful little gown, bonnet & shoes! I had a grandmother named Jewel also :-)

~~Carol~~ said...

I love your Grandma's sweet baby shoes, and I love her name too! What a sweet family keepsake, and it looks wonderful on that hanger with the little dress and bonnet. I bet your granddaughters love to come visit Grandma, and stay in that room!
Happy VTT!
Carol

Birgit said...

Hi Ann,

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog -- I always enjoy getting feedback. :)

Currently, I have a little giveaway on my blog which is open until April 24.

Greetings from Munich,
Birgit

Deborah said...

Beautiful mementos of a bygone age. I particularly adore your grandmother's shoes. Thanks for sharing.

Ann said...

I just love all of your treasures! I wonder, does the little dish fit inside the ice bucket? If so, could it have been used to hold something that needed to stay cold, with the ice being underneath. Just a thought?? :)

Miri said...

The little shoes and dress and hat are just wonderful! and look great with the vintage hanger. I think your grandmother's shoes are the most interesting family heirloom I've ever seen. :)

Amanda said...

My mother used to have a toothpick holder that looked just like your ice bucket! Love you little vignette of baby items. The little shoes are so sweet!

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