Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Vintage Thingie Thursday - Vintage Pink Wall Planter


Today is Vintage Thingie Thursday. What I am showing today is definitely a thingie. My Mom gave it to me years ago, it use to belong to my Grandmother. It is a wall hanging that is a wall planter. It is porcelain with pink flowers. I do not know anything about it. I do know it is older than me! It is really pretty, I have never hung it up on the wall. It still has a piece of yarn that my grandmother use to hang it up with! I remember seeing it hanging in her living room when I was a little girl.

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22 comments:

CC said...

I love your planter..it's so pretty and how special that it was your grandmothers. Happy VTT and have a wonderful day.
p.s. I've been scrolling down some to see all your pretty things. I just love that mirror with buttons..but my favorite is the garden mosiac stepping stone. My gosh..how gorgeous.

Coloradolady said...

This is wonderful. Very Pretty. I love old wall pockets, I have a couple but the flowers on this one are really pretty and your looks like it is in wonderful condition. I love the fact that it belonged to your grandmother. Very Special. Thanks for letting see such a sweet treasure.

Smilingsal said...

It's a pretty wall planter. I think it was common to have a vine growing in them.

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

ann this is pretty.. and precious! have a great day!

marian said...

WOW what a treasure..i love it :)

Linda's Blue Gate said...

How sweet is that and it has yarn on it from your Grandmother....... lovely... thanks for the kind words about my work...... yours is.... very very pretty love your little mosaic hearts...... and my.... they are priced so reasonable.....
HUgs
Linda

Miri said...

Lovely wall vase...and I think it looks lovely on the table too (bit like a seashell). It looks to be in wonderful condition-lucky you!

Elizabeth said...

This is really pretty. You'd need a small wall, or a grouping of unusual art to hang it.

Janet, said...

that is very pretty and extra special because it was your grandmother's.

Farm Chick Paula said...

Oh that is so pretty, Miss Ann!!
I think those are so delicate... The colors are just gorgeous!
My grandmother had one in the shape of a lady's head- the flowers came out of the top of her head!

Susan said...

This is beautiful--lovely color. This is definitely something I would see at my MIL's house.

LADY JANE'S EMPORIUM said...

I love your wallpocket! Happy VTT to you...thanks especially for the Vintage Memories...I love that in a post!

Bea said...

Anne Fannie, your wall pocket is gorgeous. How lucky you are to have something so special from someone so special.

ClassyChassy said...

How special to have something that belonged to your grandmother! Those wall pockets were fashionable back in the day. If you go to stores nowadays, you will see they copied the ideas over in tin, or wicker - but the oldies can't be beat!

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Good Morning Anne!
Oooo, that is pretty! I just love wall pockets.

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Hi Anne,
love the pink and white wall planter. I also remember my Grandmother having a few around the house.It just brought back a few memories. You are very lucky to still have it in your family.
Have a great day,
Elizabeth

Angela said...

What a Treasure you have! I have a few things that belonged to my great grand mother and I wouldn't trade them for the world.
Hugs,
Angela

kari and kijsa said...

Love the planter, and the story behind it!
blessings,
kari & kijsa

mannequin said...

That is just beautiful. I love all the really tiny flowers on there. So very sweet that it reminds you of your grandmother.

Neabear said...

That is so pretty! So delicate looking too.

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

What a sweet planter Ann! The things from our Mother's means the most!

Hugs,
Maryjane

Roslyn Atwood said...

I remember those little treasures but don't have any! I wouldn't hang it either I'd be afraid it would fall.
Roslyn

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