Thursday, June 17, 2010

Bust and Boutis

Cherries on a Sarreguemine plate put down on a colorful boutis Flower gray necklace on a wicker bust

I am happy with my weekend antique hunting in the village of my childhood ! Sometimes we do not have to travel far to find what we are looking for.

A wicker weaved bust Cherries on an old Sarreguemine plate

A wicker bust is now adorned with a garland of flowers.
An old boutis (blanket), decorated with flowers in seasonal colors : cherry red, raspberry jam and faded lilac, which I hasten to place in a washerwoman’s basket.

Boutis on a washerwoman basket A wicker bust

Original article "Buste and boutis" translated by Annie of The Bunny Bungalow

5 commentaires:

Seija said...

Hello and thank you for your fantastic blog. I like your style very much: your cloths, photos, those old items and how your blog seems out. They but my heart singing and keeps my hands bysy.

Seija from Finland

Katy Noelle said...


I just want you to know that the kids are home for summer and, although I will be visiting, I won't have much time for commenting. I LOVE your offerings to us. You are very special! Till next time, Katy Noelle xo

Eva Mari said...

I'm so busy that sometimes I forget this gem of a blog...
You never fail to raise my spirit!
Thank you so much for your wonderful pictures and words!!

Best regards from Norway and Eva Mari :)

Solange said...

Love the pictures, very charming and colourful. the wicker baskets are gorgeous, I have one for my magazines... :-)
have a nice weekend.

*Ulrike* said...

Love the photos, and those cherries, yum!!!



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