Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Vintage Thingie Thursday

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Welcome to Vintage Thingie Thursday!!!
The vintage items pictured here today are my personal favorites. They have been displayed in every spot I have ever called 'home', which during my lifetime so far, has numbered 18.

If you click on the picture, it will enlarge somewhat, for a better view. Since I began my married life in 1973, I had an attraction to gray spatter-ware enamel kitchen things and began to collect just a few items. Here's a coffee pot, a large mouthed canning funnel, colander, water bath canner, and a ladle. At one time I also had a spoon to go with it all, but it got lost somewhere along life's transitions. Not pictured here are pie tins and a couple of different sized mixing bowls, and bowls for food storage. The color goes with nearly everything, being the soft gray that it is, so it is never a problem fitting it into whatever scheme I can dream up!

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Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

What neat items these are. I love all of the old spatter-ware enamel the soft grey is one of the prettiest because it does go with any other assecories.

Janet, said...

I love old enamel ware. I was told my mom used to work in an enamelware plant in Dunbar years ago. I haven't seen much of the gray. . . very pretty!

^..^Corgidogmama said...

I love these items today! Perfect decor for your beamed log cabin! Girl....woods, antiques, cabin, Mr. are the luckiest duck! ( I realize that your path was full of pain before reaching today's glory.)
Many of us have traveled that enjoy what you have today....tis a gift from above for enduring all....hugs!

Sarah said...

I do like the gray splatter ware. It has a certain warmth about it. It looks great against the rusty red tone of you wall!

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

I love enamelware and currently trying to collect the vintagey ones.. and yours are just lovely.. the colander is what I've been searching.. thanks for sharing happy VTT

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Enamelware just gives a certain feeling of "home" doesn't it? Lovely pieces!

Shirley said...

I just stopped by to thank you for viewing my owl collection. That is a very nice vintagey display....I do like the color on your wall also. I just may be stopping in again. I like making new friends.

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Stephanie said...

The colander is my favorite!

Love your blog too!

:) Stephanie

Carrie said...

My mother always had enamel wares in the kitchen, so I grew up with a variety of items from pots to colanders. etc.

Kelly said...

These are great pieces and love the display! ~Kelly

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