Sunday, March 25, 2012

A Pitcher's Worth a Thousand Words~Mosaic Monday

Desperate for a title...may we just forget that these are mostly creamers?

To enlarge: right click on photo, select "Open Link in New Window" using left click (the usual click), then click again for largest size also using left/usual click.


1. Chickie~ Pat Pending ☺
2. Vermont (probably a maple syrup pitcher)~ no markings
3. Anne of Green Gables souvenir~ Royal Winton-Grimwades-England
4. Yellow Tiger Lily~ Royal Winton-Grimwades-England
5. Maternal grandmother's china~DerbyTone-Myott and Sons-England
6. Paternal grandmother's china~Friendly Village-Johnson Bros-England
7. Segmented glass~Flea Market Special
8. White Creamer with Gold Handle~Limoges-France
9. Cut Glass~Another Flea Market Special
10. Tiny Creamer Blue Windmill~ 603-Dripps-Holland
11. All Lined Up to Take a Bow—Oops, #3, please turn around.
12. All Lined Up to Take a Bow
13. Waiting in the Wings—The easy way to show the pitchers creamers, though there'd have been no mosaic!

Linking to Mary's Mosaic Monday at Little Red House. Hope that there'll be lots of flowers. I need some!

Do you have flowers?

Love Vee

37 comments:

  1. Those pitcher's pictures are awesome. sandie

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  2. I love my little pitchers/creamers so this mosaic is fun for me to see. I have some similar ones to you...

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  3. Lovely pitchers/creamers. :)

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  4. Hi Vee, I love your collection and especially that many are priceless keepsakes of your relatives. Thanks for sharing the lovely mosaic.

    I posted some of our blooming trees/flowers over the weekend. We were near 90's all last week and are expecting much the same this week in GA.

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  5. Wonderful collection of pitchers and I love the last corner shot of the little chick! Happy Spring and I hope you have a wonderful week!

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  6. I love your pitchers/creamers. Love the Anne of Green Gables one the best.

    I have candy tuft blooming and azaleas. My iris are budding and so is my little lilac bush.

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  7. What fun! I was looking around my kitchen cabinets the other day and wondered why I had so many pitchers! As I picked them up, I realized there was a story to almost everyone! Have a delightful week!

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  8. What a cute collection of creamers! I love creamers for their size and shape and cuteness. Crocus is blooming. That's it. Too cold now.

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  9. Great collection of pitchers, Vee!

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  10. I have a bouquet of flowers just for you in my mosaic! And a big bird eating a pretty fish! EEEE! Love Chickie...how cute! Happy Monday my friend! ♥♥♥

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  11. Delightful mosaic...delightful collection! What treasures!

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  12. What neat creamer pitchers and what a neat neat clever awesome neat neat way to show them off.

    Well done, ma'am!!

    I adore your Anne of Green Gables one - one of the best books ever, reminds me of my momma. first book she ever bought me of my very own.
    I still have it, y ou know I may get that out and re-read it tonight, it's been too long.

    Thanks for the "reminder!"

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  13. Vee I love little pitchers especially, and collect halls creamers. And any pitchers. I just love the shapes. You have a wonderful grouping here and such fun to see!

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  14. You have an awesome collection of pitchers. Thanks for sharing it.

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  15. What a great collection...I could happily collect them too if I didn't already collect everything else. That little chickie pitcher is particularly unique and charming.

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  16. Beautiful pitchers, what a lovely collection you have. Makes a very pretty mosaic.

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  17. Hi Vee! Thank you for visiting and the comment you left in my blog. It made me happy!

    You have a wonderful collection out there. I was amazed!!!! I particularly love number 11, "all lined up to take a bow" How cute!

    Have a great week ahead!

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  18. I love the little chickie and the small yellow one.

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  19. They are all so beautiful! I'm partial to Friendly Village but I love the glass flea market finds!

    Have a wonderful week!

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  20. You have so many pretty things!! I am always amazed at your posts!! SO much to look at!

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  21. Vee, I love all those creamers/pitchers. The patent pending one is cute. And how fun to see an Anne of Green Gables one - made in England, no less!

    I'm off to read the rest of this week's posts on your blog.

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  22. The pitchers have great charm! But they also make me remember how sometimes, when I was little, my mother and grandmother would stop talking about something they thought I shouldn't be hearing and one would say, "Little Pitchers have big ears."

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  23. Wow, such fine collection, and detailed description.

    Flowers? I do, from the Cherry Blossom Festival, inspite of the rains today!

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  24. Great mosaic! Little Chickie is so cute. Flowers? I'll share with you. Stop by for a visit and go back a post or two. :-)

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  25. What a wonderful collection. I was the most drawn to #3, and then I was so delighted to read that it was an Anne of Green Gables pitcher. Well, no wonder I liked it!

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  26. They are beautiful!!! I love them all...I'm going to learn how to do the mosaic...any hints? Yes, flowers galore now!!!
    hugs
    Sandi

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  27. What an adorable collection! That little chickie is sweet!

    I may be off and on this week as we have a regular work week but also are preparing to send Tim, Lindsay and Emily on a big jet plane across the ocean!

    The sun is shining here today and I am thankful for it!

    Deanna

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  28. Those are beautiful...I am not sure I even own a creamer...if I do it hasn't ever been used...these are great

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  29. I don't think I would have enough creames for a mosaic but I could bring a few of mine along to visit.

    What a great collection...some dear to the world...and others dear to your heart.

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  30. You must have spent a lot of time selecting and then placing the pitchers/creamers. Oh, then taking the pictures and creating the mosaic. It's fun to see your ideas. Oh, the title is great and another creative thought!

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  31. What a great idea for a mosaic and a lovely collection. You might guess that the chickie is my favorite. So sweet!

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  32. What a pretty collection - thanks for sharing! I also enjoy seeing all the beautiful flowers.
    Thanks for stopping by and nice comment.

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  33. I love all your pitchers! I think the Chickie one is my favorite, followed by the Anne of Green Gables pitcher.

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  34. delightful collection of creamers. I have acquired some recently from my mother-in-laws cabinet - so special.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your comments about the wildflowers - WA's wildflowers are so amazing - and I feel so privileged to be able to get out and photograph them.
    Have a wonderful week.

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  35. What a lovely collection of pitchers. They make a lovely mosaic too. V

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  36. These are sooo cute. I love pitcher collections.

    I can't believe how far behind I am on visiting. Things so busy here and not enuf hours in the day....

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