Vibrant, bold, vintage AND Wilendur!
A recent purchase from Nadine, I couldn’t resist this little set of placemats and napkins. The “Pride of Flanders” line by Weil and Dursse refers to cloths ” made of fine European linen, primarily from Belgium. When importing products from Europe became difficult
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This is MY favorite of all of Angies’s cloths! The two shades of turquoise are a PERFECT match to my vintage turquoise Fiesta, and if you look very carefully in the center of the large start you can make out the faint outline of a grey or silver star. I’m
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From Angie’s grandmother, who loved pink, it has some amazing graphics in the border. Planters of ivy and philodendrons so typical of the era along with a pretty cha-cha wire lamp base and fern shade means it’s most likely from the 50′s.
Since Angie’s favorite
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Before I had breakfast this morning I read an article that started with “Please don’t say ‘Happy Memorial Day’ ” She had a point.
“This is Memorial Day, a day to remember those of our nation’s military who have died in the service of their country, from Lexington
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Angie found this amongst the fabulous offerings from Nadine a while back. Pink and green is one of her favorite color combinations so she HAD to bring it home with her! When I looked at it closely it had a lot of grey so I decided to start with my
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Another cloth from the collection from Angie, this is a very light weight cotton and starting to show its age with a few small holes and worn spots. We couldn’t decide on what the print was, either fans or bellows : ) I decided to go with fans, as in
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Angie inherited a pile of tablecloths from various (now deceased) relatives and I have to say, they had some gems! I would LOVE to have a wisteria vine in my yard but for now I’ll have to make due with this.
Maybe Homer Laughlin would
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