Tuesday, March 20

teacosy to treasure



no need for more words. . .

27 comments:

Favourite Vintage Finds said...

It's charming! So is the note about it's history! :) I'd love one just like it! xo

Liz said...

Aw - it is absolutely gorgeous and a lovely little note too!
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

The Vintage Gardener said...

A delight to the eye - I am jealous!

delia hornbook said...

aahhh goodness i have just read Liz post from short bread and ginger and cried now im reading yours and shedding another tear my hormones must be all over the place today ;-) What a beautiful cosy so much love and care has gone into making it and the wonderful letter to..as you say no extra words needed at all both photo's speak volumes, dee xx

Hesta Nesta said...

What an absolute treasure.
Jo xx

sue15cat said...

That's so gorgeous. I love the thought of someone sat embroidering it. Love sewn into every stitch.

I have a lovely photo of my Mum aged just 17 sat embroidering for her 'bottom drawer' such happy memories in each and every stitch.

Sue xx

Bee happy said...

So pretty!

Bee happy x
Have a delicious day!

YONKS said...

What a beautiful and thoughtful gift!

The Cloth Shed said...

Beautiful...now you will have to buy a teapot and proper tea.
No more teabags dunked in a mug!
Julie x

Maria said...

Hiya There!!..Kindness doesn,t need any words....Mariax

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

It would have made tea time a cheery occasion...
Happy Spring!
Susan x

Sherri B. said...

How very sweet and such a treasure with that personal note..Enjoy! xo

MelMel said...

That is so lovely.....what a real treasure!xxx

Vintage Jane said...

What a lovely post and lovely cosy. I too, have just come here from Liz's blog (Shortbread and Ginger). It seems to be a day for reminiscing about the items from the past and their stories. M x

polkadotpeticoat said...

So sweet.....

Rose H (UK) said...

So beautiful :o)

carrad said...

How lovely! It's even better when there's a little story behind the item. xxx

Annie said...

This is lovely and wonderful you have the note to go with it.
Ann x

Menopausalmusing said...

Such a pretty item........ very, very wantable and so lovely to have the little bit of its history with it.

OhSoVintage said...

It's charming and I wonder what sort of lives Dorothy Jones and Betty lived. that's the best thing about vintage, each piece has a story....

Jill said...

You are right something to treasure!
have a lovely week.
Jillx

Country Cottage Chic said...

How lovely!

Northampton Vintage Fair said...

Hi, thank you for your kind comments about the 'new look' blog and thank you for all your comments to earlier posts. Trevor

Annie xx TheFeltFairy said...

What beautiful detail, lots of love and hard work have gone into this beauty x

Sylvia said...

What a special gift, Elaine !
Hugs,
Sylvia

Vintage Squirrel said...

What a thoughtful work of art. Very pretty.

BusyLizzie said...

I always love these little notes & letters that one finds with old treasures! x

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