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Friday, 31 August 2012

Pink Saturday Time

It's Pink Saturday time again and I have something new to share.

Downtown Charlottetown has a little thrift shop which opened a few months ago and Lori, the lady of the shop, has some very nice things. If you're looking for vintage furniture, china, linens, lamps, etc, hers is the place to go!

I have found some lovely things since meeting Lori and at my last visit, I found these:

A new pink depression glass teacup. The pattern is called Trellis and even has some fleur de lis on it. Love it!

My Daddy used to collect vintage items, including milk bottles. He had quite a collection but when he passed away, they all went missing! I never got one. So when I found these bottles at Lori's shop, I snatched them up.

The little cream bottle still has the stopper on it.

And what is better than one pink teacup?

Why two of course!

Tea anyone?

I found a few other things too but I will share them next week at my tea party. Would you like to join me?

I am so glad you have stopped by and I hope your Labor Day weekend is a happy and safe one! Thanks to Beverly for hosting our pink party.

UPDATE~ Since posting this, we received word that my hubby's nephew passed away this afternoon. So I know you will forgive me if I am not able to visit everyone this weekend. God bless you!

Sharing from my heart~ Sandi


Tracey@Breathing English Air said...

What a pretty cup and saucer, I haven't seen any like this before.


I love this pink cup and saucer Sandi, it's so pretty, you were lucky to find that little shop with beautiful stuff. I just posted a table with pink sherbets and water glasses, they would look great with teacups like yours. Enjoy your weekend.

Rosewalk Cottage said...

Hi Sandi!
Your teacup and saucer is so pretty. I have always loved depression glass, especially the pink. Happy Pink Saturday.

Sylvia said...

Yes please, I'll have a cup of tea in your pretty pink teacup!

Riet said...

Oh I love those teacups, tea will be nice in such a nice glass teacup.happy pink Saturday Sandy.

Terra said...

Pretty pink tea cups, and the milk bottles too.

Johanna said...

Dear Sandi,
those pink depression glas cups are wonderful. I love the pattern and the color. Thank you for sharing the pink in your life.
Best greetings, Johanna

SelenarteDecoupage said...

These glass teacups are very unusual. Tea looks so tasty. Great finds.

Modern Day Disciple said...

Love these cups, so beautiful...

Donna said...

Love your pink depression cups and saucer! I have a few pieces of my grandmothers and adore it.
I also have a little milk bottle and love it. I put small fresh flowers in it.
Have a good weekend!

thimblegirl said...

I love pink depression glass--your teacups are lovely. I was in Stratford, Ontario last week and found three pink sherbets in the American Beauty pattern that HAD to come home with me!

GinaBVictorian said...

Hi Sandi! Those pink depression teacups are really cute! Thanks for sharing! Gina

Marilou Bain said...

Happy Pink Saturday Sandi, have a great weekend, love the tea cups and saucer! Hugs Marilou

The French Hutch said...

Hi Sandi, I love the pink cup and saucer. I love these types of little shops, no telling what treasures await us. Love those vintage milk bottles. Wish I could get mine that clear! I'll look forward to your tea party to see your other treasures. HPS……..

The French Hutch

Beth said...

Hi Sandi, I absolutely adore your depression glass teacups! They are so pretty. When I was a little girl, my grandma bought her milk in bottles. It was whole milk, but not homogenized. She let it sit and the cream rose to the top. She skimmed off the cream to use in coffee or tea.

Suzann said...

Love the pink depression teacups!!! Love the bottles and how sweet the stopper is still on the bottle!!
Happy Pink Saturday
Suzann ~xoxo~

Pamela Gordon said...

Hi Sandi, I love your pink teacups. I have a set of 4 turquoise ones and not used them yet. I'm afraid to put a hot tea into them. Did you worry about that with yours? I see it was ok. Did you put a spoon in it first? I'm glad you found some milk bottles. They are great for single flowers or small bouquets. I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend. Blessings, Pamela

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Dear Sandi,

Love your teacups.

SO SORRY TO LEARN of your loss.

Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.



Kays Kids said...

I am so sorry for you and your family, My prayers surround you all.
I love the pink depression tea cup and saucer. I never knew they make depression wear in pink.

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Sandi
Sorry to read about your nephew.
I love the two new teacups, they are so you! The farm where I buy our eggs is now selling unhomogenized milk in glass bottles. I haven't bought any yet but do want to try it.

chubskulit said...

Hi Sandi, so sorry about your loss. Prayers!

I love those teacups. Visiting from Pink Saturday.

Have a great weekend.

Katherine Wolak said...

I absolutely love these!!! the milk bottles are darling and I love the glass teacups! :)


Creative Touches Consulting said...

Hello Sandi! You may not remember me from a few years back, when my blog, Cup of Tea With Friends ( I still have the blog, it was hard to keep up with so much posting after my son was born and I'm slowly getting back into it. but recently I'd introduced Pink Saturday to my mom, so now we participate through her blog. I was hoping to see you today.
Hope you have a wonderful Pink Saturday!
Michelle @ Just the Bear Facts!

Sarah (Nikki) said...

Hi's the last weekend before the kids go back to school so it's been a bit of a zoo...running around..but I had to zip by here...and wish you a great weekend and tell you your being in my world...always makes me smile.

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

Beautiful Pinks Sandi! Have a great weekend, just stopping by to say hello and enjoy the view here :)

Magnolia Cottage said...

Hi Sandi,
Love your new pink beautiful!! I have a few vintage milk bottles too. They are perfect for displaying flowers as well.

Sorry for your loss. Your in my thoughts & prayers.


Terri said...

Hello Sandi,
I am loving your new pink glass tea cup set! I have been looking at these for a while now at the shops, but haven't yet seen just the right pattern. I love yours!
How wonderful that you were able to get the milk bottles! I am sorry your dad's disappeared.
Happy September!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

I am so very sorry to hear of your family's loss.....

It is a lovely tea cup ....


Michelle said...

Sandi-Beautiful tea cups. Sorry for your loss, will say a prayer.

Jeanne, backyard neighbor said...

Oh Sandi, I am so sorry to hear of your husband's nephew. Sending you our sympathy and love,

My Little Home and Garden said...

I'm sorry for your loss, Sandi. I'm sure you'll be a comfort to your family.

Leanne ... said...

First...let me offer sincere condolences regarding your nephew.
Second...I randomly found your blog and want to tell you how beautiful it is. TFS...I will come back and visit again.
Hope you stop by my blog sometime?
Blessings and hugs...Leanne

Zaa said...

Pink Depression teacups are delightful .. they just seem to perk up the teatime sips ... I love them... and how lucky you were to find these little treasures ...

The milk bottles are also a find... I've been collecting them for years and only have 8 ... but they're in the original wooden crate... I don't know what I'll do with them ...maybe just enjoy( ha Ha)... Enjoy a relaxing day, Sweet lady... Hugs

Rowan said...

Your pink teacups are so pretty. I'm so sorry to hear of your family's loss - my condolences to you and your husband.

Leah H. said...

Oh, I want some tea:)

Visiting from PS- hope you can stop by..

Cindy Adkins said...

I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your nephew.
Very pretty teacups.
Hugs, Cindy

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