Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Pitcher

This is the pitcher my Grandma used for milk when she lived on the farm. They moved to town before I turned 10, so that was a long time ago. I use it now when I bring the lilacs into the house...
I am linking this post with Rubbish Tuesday.

13 comments:

carolann said...

It is beautiful! You call it junk.

Oh no. Ha-ha

My hubby's Mom was Dutch with 9 kids. She used that and I being a Canadian loved all her Dutch windmills deco patterns. Even Dutch Delf plate. I have her one plate of Delft which is over 100 years old. She gave me it then her daughters when she was alive as she said her daughter would not take care of it as I would. The one daughter got the dutch clock. It is beautiful.

I keep it locked in a cabinet for safety the plate.

Meta said...

Gamla vackra saker är kul att ha speciellt när man har en relation till det.
Var rädd om den fina kannan
Kram Meta

Georgette Sullins said...

I'm so happy you could read my Dutch story this morning, now that I see your precious Dutch pitcher.

Gerald (SK14) said...

That;s not rubbish - it's beautiful

Cranberry Morning said...

Isn't that a treasure! I agree, keep it in a locked cabinet. There are things I want to set out but don't want to risk losing them to an accident.

Marie said...

It's absolutely beautiful! What a special treasure. I know how happy you are to have it!

Halcyon said...

What a nice way to remember her!

Tom said...

A lot of pitchers in your family. Tom The Backroads Traveller

LV said...

No rubbish, but a treasure to keep.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

What a precious memory and a darling pitcher.

Bethany Carson said...

Very lovely family heirloom!

thirtysevenandcounting said...

What a lovely, wonderful keepsake!

Thanks for stopping by to comment on my Rubbish Tuesday post.

Lindy

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

How sweet!

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