Monday, March 1, 2010

Tuesday's Treasures...

Here are some of the Treasures I will be listing today...


love all the rust...

what a sweet lamp...
I am joining Coastal Charm's Nifty Thrifty Tuesdays...go over and see all the treasures everyone has found!!! This is her first day of her party...looks like it is going to be fun!





16 comments:

  1. Love the rusty cage...very cool.

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  2. What a SWEET lamp...I have one a lot like it that was my MIL's! Thanks for coming to my party...I hope to see you again next week:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  3. What was the rusty cage thing used for? It's a cool looking piece...and I always love an ironstone piece. Love the Tuesday Treasures.
    Jane

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  4. I love vintage lamps, and that one is a great find.
    Maureen

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  5. Gorgeous Stefanie and I adore the lamp!

    Hugs,
    Karyn

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  6. I love that cage....and the little nest!
    Mary Lou

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  7. oh, MY!!! that rusty cage is the most cool thing ever...i just love it!!!

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  8. I'm loving that little cage with the nest inside!

    Blessings, Grace

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  9. Your lamp is the sweetest...love it. And I love your header too...Spring is on the way...hugs, Linda.

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  10. Love that rusty cage! Your blog background is cute!!!

    Sylvia

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  11. I love that rusty cage with the nest inside! So cute!

    I noticed that you are doing Miss Rhea's Easter Basket Swap... I am, too! I hope you have fun!

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  12. What an interesting metal piece! The shape is spectacular! I have a thing for cherubs so that lamp made me smile. I must go peek at it!

    Hugs ~ Angie

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  13. That is the coolest cage!
    smiles, alice

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  14. What fun, the makeshift birdcage for the bird nest is a neat idea! Hope all is well, it's great to be here again!

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  15. Your header is simply darling & so is that lamp.
    I'm not so much into rusty things but I can appreciate them in the right setting. You seem to have a knack for creating just the right setting, too. :D

    Thanks for stopping by the Gazebo House yesterday.

    fondly,
    Rett

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