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September 15, 2012

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Claudia

Hi Andrea!

Oh, I love tole, too. That is a beautiful piece, made all the more so by its wonderful chippiosity (I made up a new word.) You really found a treasure.

Thank you so much for joining in today!

xo
Claudia

maple lane

Don't you love thrifting? So pretty with the faux fruit!

Nita {ModVintageLife}

Oh...pretty compote.

Susan Freeman

Very pretty compote Andrea. I'll have to show this post to my Mom because she really loves those vintage gilt tole pieces. Have a great weekend!!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

TracyMB

What a fancy piece! I love the sugary fruit you chose... perfect! :)

Sarah

What a fun piece filled with sparkly fruit.

Judy

Great piece, I would love filling it with fruit, maybe apples or pears.

Linda

That is such an interesting piece, Andrea! Looking forward to seeing what you fill it with for the holidays. Linda

The Tablescaper

Neat piece. I've got a candle snuffer of a similar style but I've never seen such a compote.

- The Tablescaper

Yvonne @ StoneGable

What a great old world piece! The embellished fruit looks beautiful in it!
Please share your WONDERFUL corn husk wreath at TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS this week. Link goes live Wednesday at 8:00 pm. What a FABULOUS tutorial!!!!

Martina

What a beautiful piece!!

Manuela@a cultivated nest

Gorgeous! Don't you love finding something at the thrift store that's selling for a ridiculous price on ebay!

Kelly

That will be a wonderful addition to your holiday decorations. I have a feeling you're never going to run out of ideas for it. It's just one of those kind of items. It's very pretty.

Haworth

This is so lovely and just perfect for an Fall table! What a wonderful find. And it looks really splendid with the fruit in it. It's fun finding beautiful things like that, isn't it? :)

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