Friday, July 13, 2007

Show and Tell Friday

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Submitted for your approval, a silver tea service set. It isn't like tea sets I've usually seen, I'm honestly not sure exactly where it came from, I believe it used to belong to my Nana, but I'm not 100% sure of that. Anyway it looks wonderful in my newly painted kitchen. We replaced all the fixtures with brushed nickel and silver so this go very well with it.




16 comments:

ellen b said...

I'm sure that tea set goes very well with your brushed nickel. Enjoy!

Lana G! said...

I love it! It is not overly ornate its perfect.

Penless Thoughts said...

Very beautiful set. I am a silver lover and treasure the pieces I have.
Susan

Barbara H. said...

It is a lovely, classic-looking set!

jennifer said...

I love it, and I love the'gang' photo!

Autumn said...

I love it. It looks very old! I love silver.

Sharon said...

It is very lovely!

Myrna said...

That is a beautiful set. It has such graceful lines.

Jennifer said...

Oooo I love it. I'm sure it looks just perfect in your kitchen! That's just a classic piece, one that can be passed down in your family for generations.

Kelli said...

It's so pretty and I'll bet is looks wonderful in your new kitchen!!

Kelli

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

Lovely! Like a beautiful still-life! Blessings to you! Claudia O.

Lallee said...

What a pretty treasure you have there. It sounds perfect in your *new* kitchen.

Betty said...

Kim
Your teaset is beautiful....I have one like it or very nearly like it. My husband gave it to me on our first wedding anniversary 47 years ago....

Thanks for visiting with me....Betty

Pam said...

Sweet! I bet the brushed nickel harware looks great with this!

Training Hearts said...

Beautiful tea set! I collect them, too1

Jennifer said...

Kim, thanks for the "hug". It's been needed today. I just hate how Satan can use such a simple incident (which wasn't purposeful), and haunt me with it.

I hope you have had a wonderful weekend! Thanks again for the words of encouragement!