Last Saturday was the Christmas open house at Seville Antiques in Seville, Ohio. This is a wonderful shop with true antiques ~ something of a rarity. If money was no object, I'd need to buy a bigger house :)
I happened upon this antique coverlet and texted this picture to dear friend Wink, a longtime coverlet collector. She lives not far from Xenia.
Before I even got these next two pictures sent, she was calling me. (Thankfully she read the text tout de suite.) Within a minute, she was the proud owner. And perfect timing. DSO and I were meeting her and her beau for lunch on Monday a couple hours away. Sometime technology is amazing :)
I own many dough bowls and a few smaller trenchers. On my antique bucket list was a large trencher. I found many I liked, but wasn't sure where I could use one or what to put in it. I came across this 36" one and fell in love with the old repairs.
Here it is decked out for the Christmas season. I am so happy it came home with me.
Grandson Jake has been playing the cello for several years. Now a freshman in high school, he is in the orchestra. Not a great picture, but that is him in the middle at last night's concert. The boys wear tuxes and the girls long black dresses. Impressive!!!
My decorating is D.O.N.E. I am so happy ~ and relieved. The only thing left is Christmas cards and I hope to get those done in the next day or two.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)