Monthly Archives: July 2021

Little Orange-ish Dog Napkin Ring

This quirky napkin ring always resided in my grandparents’ china cabinet — right by the Silver one (earlier post). I am not sure what material it is. It almost appears to bakelite. Some people who are well-versed in Bakelite identification … Continue reading

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Porcelain Salt Cellar – Never Knew Grandma to Use it.

This tiny salt cellar ended up in my parents’ dining room hutch. It came from my maternal grandmother. It must have been buried in her pitcher collection. As with the silver one earlier, I never experienced the use of a … Continue reading

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Mom kept this copper bear from a childhood trip to Yellowstone.

This copper bear was a special keepsake of my mother’s. She got his item on a childhood camping trip out west that included Yellowstone National Park. The bear has a very worn sticker that says Yellowstone. The bear resided in … Continue reading

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Grandma had a bit of whimsey …

This sample from Grandma’s pitcher collection has the printing: Ha! Ha! Ha! You And Me Little Brown Jug Don’t I Love Thee The bottom of the item contains the label : Royal Cauldron England Est 1774 Made In England Grandma … Continue reading

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