More Treasures from Another Land

What a wonderful 4th of July we had this year in Annapolis. Nothing beats the beauty of patriotic decor and touches of red, white and blue in a summer home. I tend to leave my Independence Day treasures up until later in the month, in other words, my house hasn’t really changed since last week. It is a great time to share some more treasures from my adventures overseas. I hope you are as intrigued as I was when I first spotted them!


Yes the quilts are pretty and just look at that bread board….but may I point out the Korean painted screen above the bed. Good thing it folds because it was my carry-on on the flight from Seoul to Okinawa…no one said a word.


This beauty was spotted in a French Flea Market. I can’t believe how much they cost now! I should have bought more.

I have several of the German glass scoops from an old Hoosier Cabinet ( I am in search of an actual cabinet to put in my someday kitchen!). They are great in the bathroom to hold soap and makeup, and look lovely with simple arrangements of herbs.  My lavender is just starting to bloom!


This German potato wagon just steals your heart…at least mine was.  It was an impulse purchase at an Officer Wives gift shop in Germany. I am so glad this beauty is on my porch to help celebrate every season.


Speaking of beauty…how cute is this little patriotic Princess!

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32 thoughts on “More Treasures from Another Land

  1. Your treasures from another land are eye candy indeed! I am absolutely mesmerized when you share your wonderful treasures. However, nothing could ever compare to the very beautiful Patriotic Princess!! Thank-you for sharing.

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  2. Gorgeous treasures! I noticed that screen right off the bat. I love enamelware and checks so of course I love your French find. My sister in law has a cart like that and I have always loved it. Princess certainly is a sweet patriotic cutie! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  3. I love all your treasures and you little princess is the greatest one of them all! I have a lot of quilts too and I love the idea of folding them up and storing them in a dough bowl. Beautiful screen too!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley

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  4. What a treasure trove! I have a folding screen much like yours, but mine was purchased at an estate sale (stateside). Love, love, love the pieces from your other lands (those quilts, oh my!), and the stories that go with each would forever make them special in my home. I know they do yours! Your patriotic princess is too cute!
    Rita C at Panoply

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    1. I am so glad to connect with others who share the Collecting bug! Some people see cluttered…I see cozy! Hopefully the Princess will appreciate these treasures someday!

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  5. Beautiful treasures! I especially love the vintage quilts in the dough bowl! I will be implementing that idea in my home! Thanks for sharing with the Gathering Place link party! xoxo

    Heather
    One Horse Lane

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  6. I can’t believe how big the Princess is getting, where does the time go? Love all your treasures, good thing that screen folds up, it’s lovely

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