Sunday, February 15, 2009

Culinary antiques


Decoration with a Sarreguemines tureen
To take advantage of the weekend to go foraging in antiques shops of the area and return with arms full.
A tureen of opaque earthenware from the factory of “Sarreguemines”, of which I have dreamed for a long time, plays with the sun rays ; some miniature cake molds and a batch of metal decorator tips...
And then, an old gray book whose worn cover immediately caught my eye.

Metal decorator tips and old gray book Miniature cake molds and old Sarreguemines tureen

Original article "Chine culinaire" translated by Annie of The Bunny Bungalow

23 commentaires:

Alison said...

Such wonderful finds.
x

Tyra said...

Such wonderful and inspirational pictures you are showing- as usual!
Love from Cathrine

Ragnhild / Wallas Verden said...

Yor blogg is soo inspirational and you have a lot of butiful pictures. I really prisiate following you.
Have a nice week

tinkerverve said...

very lovely!

Hespe said...

I just love your blog - beautiful photos and great inspiration!! Have a great week ahead!

hugs Hildegunn

cottage farm villa (cottagecharm) said...

Laeriss, you have the MOST beautiful blog! Everything you post on here is so gorgeous. I look forward to visit and see what "pretty" you will show us next!! ~Cheryl

cityfarmer said...

I adore the patina of this old tin ...have a few pieces I treasure...Thanks for the photo op!!!

SherryRoseBella said...

I just found your blog and think it's beautiful! I love all the treasures you have and can't wait to see more.
Thanks,Sherry

Miss Kris said...

Hi Laeriss~

Such lovely finds! I love all the earthenware! Pretty. Miss Kris

HEIDIS KLEINES PARADIES said...

Oh, welch schönes altes Geschirr. Und das noch zu so schönen Bildern komponiert. Das ist doch Balsam für die Seele.

Liebe Grüsse
heidi

Pysselpalatset said...

Just fantastic, as always. You are a true artist. Love it.

wwwricciericicom-ingridj said...

Cara Laeriss,

Seems everyone is on foot, antiques hunting. This dull period calls for an injection, I guess. Lovely findings - undoubtedly French - and beautifully displayed, as always. Bacione, Ingrid

mary said...

I don't know whether or not I have ever told you how much I love your blog - your photos are so lovely - I enjoy every one....thank you.

piitis said...

Hello, you have a wonderful blog. Beautiful pictures:)I'll come back soon..
Hugs Piitis from Finland

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Love LOVE these photos. It's good to catch up with your beautiful posts. Hope you are having a happy week!
xo Lidy

Whispering Pine Cottage said...

I love your photos! Your arrangement of items is outstanding! Thanks so much! Angie

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

What wonderful finds. The mix of the old with the new makes a beautiful statement..almost like telling a story...what inspiration..
hugs ~lynne~

Laeriss said...

Thank you to all of you ;-)
@ Cheryl, Pysselpalatset and Mary: I'm so flattered !
@ Cherry : Welcome
@ Heidi : Danke ;-)

silvermoon said...

What a wonderful blog with lovely pictures!
Greetings
Claudine

Min Verden Hanne said...

So many days since I was here - and what a pitty for me! You have so beautiful things and pictures. It is great inspiration. I just love it :) Have a nice sunday. H.

Jena Williams, Not So Shabby Interiors said...

Oh, what a lovely blog!! Enjoying all of your pictures and beautiful things!

Stink Bone Jones said...

What a wonderful arrangement of beautiful finds! Hearting this blog for sure!

Ingunn said...

I love your photos! Your arrangement of items is outstanding! Have a nice week.

Ingunn :)

 

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