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Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Today is REDnesday & Outdoor Wednesday!

Hello everyone~ I am joining Sue and all her lovers of red again today for REDnesday. Please click on the link http://suelovescherries.blogspot.com/ to go visit her and the other participants.
Today I would like to share with you my red-rimmed candy dish. It matches the punch bowl set and the salt/pepper shakers I shared with you in earlier posts. They had stopped producing this glassware and when I saw this in a thrift store, I was overjoyed!
Now let's put some goodies in it.

Please be sure to check out the other reds at Sue's "It's A Very Cherry World."

And also check out my Outdoor Wednesday post below! Have a great day everyone.

19 comments:

blushing rose said...

What a lovely presentation ... TTFN ~ Marydon

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Very pretty! I have a set of 12 goblets just like that.~Patti

Melissa Miller said...

Sandi what a beautiful red glass dish! It's so delicate and very lovely.

~Blessings to you, ~Melissa ;)

SmilingSally said...

I like that dish too. It may be Fostoria.

I love those beach Outdoor Wednesday shots too!

Lynns Lovelies said...

What a pretty little candy dish...just love all the delicate details and the beautiful red rim.
Thanks so much for sharing....

Happy WW, Sandi!!

Hugs,
Lynn♥

~Let Freedom Ring!~

Andrea said...

My hubby has a similar antique candy dish like this and we cherish it.
Blessings, andrea

Dawn said...

I'm glad you found this candy dish to go with the rest of your pieces. It's lovely.

Looked like all those people on that little bridge were having a great time!

Dawn

Sandra said...

Hi Sandi! Love your name! *wink* :)
What a pretty candy dish. I love the detail on it. Thank you for stopping by blog and leaving such me a comment. :) GOD bless.
Sandra

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

That is a most beautiful dish.

Um, if no one at your house likes the black gumdrops, you are welcome to send them to me. *grin* I'll be brave and eat them up for you...LOL...

Carolyn said...

Great find!

Carolyn

Ruby said...

Oh! That's a lovey dish. Happy Rednesday.

DeniseMarie said...

great treasure...there is nothing like finding a special piece.

LADY JANE'S EMPORIUM said...

Love your little red vignette! I have a set of glasses...actually goblets that match you didh...I believe they are called ROYAL CROWN...know if I'm right?

Lisa said...

Love this! Red is the best color! I need to think about joining this one!
Hugs, Lisa

MomMom said...

Hi, Sandi! I enjoyed your Outdoor Wed. pictures as well as all the others. I'm very interested in your weekly Bible study at your house. I, too, often have a women's Bible study at my house and we've done all of the Beth Moore studies. I wonder if you have any suggestions of new studies. I'd love to hear from you so if you have a minute to email, my address is LZ7780@cox.net. Also, if any of your other readers have any ideas of good studies, I'd love to hear from them as well. THANKS. Linda

Mary said...

So pretty! I used to have several pieces of this glass, including a candy dish without the lid...like a young fool, I let it go...live and learn...and cry! Beautiful...so glad you found this beautiful dish! Mary

MyThoughtsMyVoice said...

That is one classy candy dish! It'll make you feel like you gonna eat some really fancy treat - oh and what a treat it would be. :-)

Li

kanishk said...

what a beautiful red glass dish! It's so delicate and very lovely.


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Rosy said...

Congrats, you've been blessed. Lovely post, thanks for sharing.

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