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English Cobalt Blue & Silver

Tuesday, March 26, 2013


You may remember me recently sharing this English 1950's cobalt blue and silver coffee canister with you.
It was one of the VINTAGE FINDS that I was taking to my shop to sell.

Well…
Mr. Heart and I did a little antiquing while in South Carolina this weekend and we found these salt and pepper shakers.

English cobalt blue and silver salt and pepper

Makes for a nice set don’t you think?


I do believe the set will be staying with  me.
Now I’m on the hunt to find the sugar and tea canister.  I love hunting for treasures, this should be fun!

Found any treasures lately?
Love your sweet comments...

Blessings,
Cindy

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21 comments:

  1. In a former life, I called on a customer who had a huge collection of these coffee containers. Love that yours are polished up and very sparkly.(And the S&P are darling.)

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  2. Those are gorgeous peices !!! Have a great night

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  3. Those are WAY too special to let go, Cindy. They are just beautiful and I have not seen any others like them. Have a wonderful night- xo Diana

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  4. They look wonderful together...what great finds!

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  5. Those are lovely! I don't dare look for treasures, I don't have an inch of room for anything else.

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  6. On, Cindy - how lovely! That would be my problem with owning a shop - nothing would ever make it there. I have been buying tableware, but I have not been hunting for treasures recently! There is a difference!!

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  7. Those are gorgeous pieces, Cindy -- I've never seen anything like them!! I haven't been doing any treasure hunting lately, but when we were in Georgetown, SC, a few years ago, I found a small piece of vintage Beleek for my little collection. They have some great (but pricey) antique stores. I bet you really had fun touring the plantations and gardens.

    Have a wonderful day!

    Denise

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  8. Hi Cindy,
    I own the exact same coffee canister and I love, love, love it...I didn't know there were other matching pieces though. Guess what I'll be in the hunt for next :-) wishing you a wonderful day.

    Hugs and Kisses,
    ❤Ana

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  9. What beautiful and unusual pieces! Yes, I think those would fall into the "keeper" category.
    Brenda

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  10. How fun to find stuff you like for yourself! Hope you soon find the other pieces too!

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  11. Hi Cindy,

    Your salt and pepper containers are so pretty. Great find! The blue looks gorgeous with the silver.

    Leslie

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  12. Just gorgeous Cindy! So unique looking too.

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  13. Hi Cindy, The last comment just disappeared, I hope I'm not double posting this. Anyways, those are beautiful and I know you will enjoy hunting for more of that gorgeous set. Thank you for the birthday greetings it was a wonderful day!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  14. Yes, your cobalt blues do make a beautiful set! Very very one-of-a-kind look! That coffee piece is just so fabulous!
    The hunt is almost as good as finding a treasure, isn't it? So pretty!

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  15. It makes for a "gorgeous" set, Cindy! They are all beautiful ... love the cobalt blue peeking through. So glad you're keeping them!

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  16. I love this set it is beautiful!
    I am new follower from the bloghop.
    I hope you will follow me back at http://butterflyintheattic.blogspot.com/2013/03/upcycled-recycled-on-etsy-tang.html

    Have a blessed night
    Colleen

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  17. And would you believe I do have the tea canister. Very funny as I just picked it up today in my dining room and moved it to another corner. Mine is not as shinny as yours. (over from the bloghop too).

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