I didn’t shop the house,
but I shopped someone else’s house!!! ….. My friend Martha’s house to be exact.
I presented a beautiful red transferware pitcher to you the other day
which was also a purchase from Martha who is moving
and downsizing her beautiful collections and antiques.
When Martha told me the sad and yet happy news of her and hubby moving to be
closer to their son in Texas, she said that she will be selling some of her antiques
and collectibles. One thing came to mind for me and yes, it was for sale!
I have always admired this item every time I was in Martha’s home.
A very special piece and it is an item of part of my heritage.
My dad was Scotch/Irish and this piece is from Scotland.
I believe this piece is circa 1800’s made by
Scottish Cooperative Wholesale Society, LTD.
I knew exactly where I wanted to place this beauty.
You may have already guessed what this is.
A magnificent antique scale of iron, brass, and ceramic.
I am drawn to special unique pieces and this is certainly on of those.
I knew it would be perfect on the French Buffet.
It is surrounded by special things with special meaning and this scale will
always be very special and near and dear to my heart.
I hope you too are surrounded with things that are near and dear to your heart
and most of all surrounded by the people who make your heart sing.
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!!!!
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