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I am going to share some items on my shelves of my breakfront in my dining room. I have shown you my dining room in an earlier post here, but did not show close ups of the vignettes on the shelves inside. So let me show you some of my collections.
The rooster was found at and flea market/antique store in Savannah a few years ago.
The blue toile sugar bown I found on ebay and the strawberry creamer was found at a local flea market.
The Murano glass collection from our trip to Venice and the plate in the back is from a shop in Asheville, N.C. bought long time ago.
This green pitcher is from a local consignment shop and the bull was found at a flea market. I just love that bull. I still would like to find a bull head replica, like they use at European butcher shops, to put on my hood in the kitchen. Haven't found one reasonably priced yet. The bit of tray that is leaning in the back is a tole tray made of paper that I found on ebay.
Here is a better view of that tole tray.
The red pedestal bowl is from Southern Living at Home and the sugar bowl and creamer from ebay.
These three pieces were found at various local stores and the rooster plate is my newest addition.
This is where all my treasures are all stored. I keep my china on the shelves below. So much easier to set the table by taking them out of the cabinets below and not having to redo the displays up top.
I hope you enjoyed your tour of some of my treasures that are stowed away. Please be sure and check out what the others are sharing, too.
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