Some New Old Stuff part 2

The start of a new season is in high gear here in Annapolis.  From the start of school to the first Navy football home game, the city is slowly moving away from the freedom of Summer to the coziness of Fall. I might be dreaming sweaters and tall boots and I might have picked up a box or two of pumpkin spice shredded wheat…OK I admit I’m a Fall Junkie who has never met a pumpkin I did not like.  Get ready for some fabulous Fall decor in the next few weeks!

 To answer a few questions…yes, I did bring home some lovely treasures from our mini vacation last week to Indian Walk, PA. I love to share!


This 1880 butter mold just stole my heart…

I can’t resist an antique stoneware jelly mold!

Look at the lovely colors on this turn of the century wooden firkin bucket… with original rope handles. 

This stunning blue seltzer bottle might be my favorite find…

But it pales in comparison to this Fall beauty.  

Show and share. Inspire me Monday. Tuesday at our house.  The scoop. Inspire me Tuesday. Make it pretty. Art of homemaking. Made by you. Metamorphosis.   You’re the star.  Tuesday with a twist.   Let’s talk vintage. Wonderful Wednesday. Share it.        Brag about it.  Wow us. Talk of the town. Share your style. Share your cup. Home and garden. Welcome home. Thursday favorites.  Waste not.  Dagmars house. Vintage charm. Friday features. Home sweet home. Feather nèst. Friendship Friday. Funtastic Friday. Grace at home. Morning cup of joe.  Home matters.  Sweet inspiration   Best of the weekend. Crate bake grow. Sunday at home. Snickerdoodle. Simple Saturday. Silver pennies. Inspiration Monday. DI&DI. Amaze me  share it one more time create with joy

19 thoughts on “Some New Old Stuff part 2

    1. The etching is the address of a long long forgotten bottling plant in Philadelphia. The top was polished by the seller. I wish they had not because I love to look of natural patina. It will develop again in time. Enjoy your weekend!


  1. Seeing all your special goodies makes me wish we lived in KY again. Just don’t find goodies like you did in the west. We live few miles west of Grand Junction, CO. If I did find what you did here the prices would be outrageous, everything is more expensive here. Not so good if living on SS..
    Your little sweetie has grown so much, all ready for kindergarten, doesn’t seem possible. She is very special little girl.
    Have wonderful weekend

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    1. Oh I know, the same things in Annapolis would be out of budget for me. What a treat to see so many treasures I could afford! I can’t wait to go back!
      Thank you for the kind thoughts about our greatest treasure.


  2. Ah, pre-k! I remember those days fondly! I’m from Philly originally (now in the midwest) and would LOVE to experience an Annapolis fall — true bliss!! Can’t wait to see your upcoming fall decor! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm:)
    xo Kathleen|Our Hopeful Home

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