It is amazing as we open boxes, all the treasures we have not seen in two years. It is like Christmas each time.
This is my grandmother’s painting. She did china painting and painted a lot of beautiful pieces. That and sewing were the things taught to young girls back in my grandmother’s day. This is the piece we were given.
My grandmother’s china
An 1895 Print..not a copy ….found at an estate sale and loved the unusual look to it. I have never seen this picture before
And this is a true picture of the actual one in Rome, which has been venerated, and this picture has been “touched” to the one in Rome. Some cared an awfully lot to carry this picture to the Rome picture.
My grandmother’s trunk
The bell my mother summoned us to the house with. They all have different sounding bells up and down the street.
The wooden Post top of Mary and Jesus that came from an old monastery overseas. (no I did not steal it..LOL…bought it where the monastery was selling to redo thing. So beautifully carved.
And another Monastery treasure from Russia. I love this egg. ( I did warn you that we are eclectic in our house and life. LOL)
And while still with the Russian egg, here are the hat pins from Russia that son collected with his WWII stuff that he collects.
Son’s baby shoes and the picture of generations
And my fav. An old paper weight. Love what it says.
And that is just a few of the many treasures we are finding. It is like going to a flea market every day and seeing treasures only we don’t have to buy these. LOL As you can see…we are very eclectic and loving it.
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