Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Vintage Thingies Thursday

So many interesting Vintage Thingies can be found each Thursday at Coloradoladys. Just click her button or

A few styles and fashions from another time framed.

Some of you may recall back on July 11, I had a post featuring the history of this clock. It is now in the possession of my son.  His wife has a great knack for coming up with neat ideas on how to use things or decorate.  This is how she chose to honor my late husband. 

She found this mantel to display everything.  As you an see, she even framed a copy of my post featuring it


Antiques And Teacups said...

How wonderful! I remember enjoying the post you did about the clock so much! How nice it (and the family) have such a place of honor. Thanks for sharing that special vignette with us!
Happy VTT!

Melissa said...

This is such a nice way to remember your late husband and celebrate your blogging. Very sweet!

Unknown said...

Hi LV!
Thanks for stopping by. Love the clock...Mom and Dad have the same one
Such a reassuring tic-tock. And, how neat the vignette is with it.

Jan said...

Glorious Vintage Thingies. I remember my parents had a mantel clock, but we don't see them now. Beautiful yours has been passed on and treasured in the family.

Ann said...

Thats a special vignette, she sure did a good job on honoring her FIL.
Like the picture on the books.

BeckyKay said...

What a lovely display!

Those framed fashions are just lovely!

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Hi LV!

Oh gosh! What a lovely and loving tribute to your dear husband and her father-in-law. Must have really tugged at your heart to see what she had done.

(My husband has a similar clock from his grandmother and we have it on our fireplace mantel.)

Love seeing the old fashions, so much fun framed.

Happy VTT!

Jeanne, backyard neighbor said...

Hello LV, My goodness that is the sweetest thing to do for you. Your daughter-in-law is a lovely and thoughtful person. I love what she did. A loving tribute to your husband as well. I do remember the post about your clock.

I also like the oval picture with the fashion ladies. I have always loved the fashion prints.

Have a happy day.
Love, Jeanne

Annesphamily said...

A beautiful tribute! I really love the clock!

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