Sunday, 10 January 2010

Silver Sunday 2


It's already the second Silver Sunday, hosted by Beth at Gypsy Fish Journal. Here's a glimpse into my small start at having a silver world.
Silver salt spoons from the Dutchman's Aunt........
His Mother's silver coffee pot.... I love to use this for my mulled cider.....
My beautiful cloth from Sea Angels.....

My new warm blanket from the Grandchildren.....
For more Silver Sunday and list of the participants, click the link on my sidebar and enjoy.....

25 comments:

Anne~fiona and twig said...

Those salt spoons are simply gorgeous!
And I love that you included some silver that wasn't metal...after all, silver can take any form, right? :-)

Have a great Sunday!
Anne

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

What awesome salt spoons with the windmills. Ohhhh, I love the silver coffee pot. My aunt had one similiar! Memories . . . .

Have a wonderful day!

((Hugs))

Sherrie said...

I love the silver coffee pot. My mom used to have one. When I asked her one day, where it was, she replied she had to sell it for the money. I did not know. How sad. I know how much you must enjoy yours and the memories.

Hélène (Cannes) said...

I love your silver coffee pot ! I tried mulled cider, this year, and I found it so delicious ! ;o)
Have a nice day !
Hélène

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Margaret:
What lovely silver spoons and that blanket is beautiful! What? No silver bears? ;-) Stay warm, my friend.
xoxo
Donna

Lisa said...

You have truly lovely silvers!! Enjoy!
Hugs, Lisa

Linda K. said...

Those little salt spoons are adorable. Nice coffee pot. Your blanket looks so cozy and warm. Love your cloth!

Linda

BellaRosa said...

Margaret amor, what lovely silver pieces...You always share the loveliest things. Can't wait to see what you share next week. Besos, Rose

Sharlotte said...

What pretty salt spoons! They are just gorgeous. I also alike your silver tea pot! That reminds me that I need to look for mine! I'll share mine next week!

Shirley said...

I am having a wonderful break this afternoon for a while reading blogs. I like your salt spoons, I can remember a silver coffee pot or tea which ever you prefer, but I don't remember what happen to it. I love your new quilt. Your Missouri Friend

Jane said...

I have always wanted a silver coffee pot, yours looks like a beauty! The cloth it is sitting on is gorgeous as well.
Jane

Gypsy Fish said...

It's freeeezing here in NJ thanks for sharing your blanket...Thanks for playing today....see you next Sunday...
{{gypsy hugs}}
Beth

Deb said...

I love all your silver items, especially those spoons. I inherited some silver from my grandmother and I love those items so much!

Kathy said...

Fabulous coffee pot, Margaret! Love it all...Kathy

Diane said...

Silver fits you so well, Margaret. Your things are beautiful, I love the little salt spooons. They're so hard to find so it's nice that you have some from the family. Love the blanket, too.

Lyneen said...

I love the salt spoons they must be very special. What a great use for the coffee pot... TFS Have a lovely Silver Sunday.

Paula said...

Beautiful silvers..loving the coffee pot! Also loving your new banner!
Have a wonderful day:)
paula

Lori Ann C. said...

Oooooo . . .
Lovely inspiration!
The bathroom is perfect as well!!
Love that sink!

Happy sewing!
Lori Ann

Jientje said...

My grandmother and my mother used to have similar teaspoons! This brought back a childhood memory, thank you!!!!

Michelle (Shell) May said...

those salt spoons are so cool. i just learned about them at a recent quilt guild party. the lady had a bunch of them and the little containers. fun!
love that fabric from sea angels! soooooooo fabulous!
yf,
shell

Denise said...

I love that you combined textiles and sterling in your post. All beautiful.

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Margaret,

I love the silver salt spoons and the coffee pot.
Also your cloth and blanket are gorgeous.
Your new header is wonderful.

Happy week
Hugs
Carolyn

Lou Cinda said...

I love the salt spoons and the cloth from Sea Angels?? LOVE that!!

Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a sweet comment. I did not make the rabbit, I so WISH I had your talent! I found one like him in a gift shop and it was $65.00 and I thought noooooo. Then I found this one in Tuesday Morning for $12.99! SHUT UP!! It was the only one they had and when I saw him I literally RAN across the store to get him!! FATE!!

Can't wait to pick up my Santa from the post office today!!

Have a great day!

Lou Cinda

Chrissy said...

Love anything silver,really love those spoons....how cold is it in your corner of Canada,we have been about -15 at night here,brrr! All the best,Chrissy

Jennifer said...

All so very lovely! Jennifer