Thursday, May 21, 2020

Let their be light

I thank all of you who popped over and left comments about the little red wagon.
It can be purchased
 here
comes in red, blue & green. 

I received a comment about the lamp on the table from Lady Locust, who has an interest in lamps.
We purchased this lamp went we went to Amish Country last year for our anniversary. I like to stop at the Antique Place, sometimes I don't see anything, and sometimes I find things which are not up for discussion. This lamp was one of those times. 

Ah the Roses. Lovely. So I thought  I would post a picture of just the lamp,


It's hard to tell in this picture, but the background is green, a light spring green.
It is a beautiful piece.The picture does not do it justice.

A breezy sunny day today, I'm thinking this weekend will be goo to plant the tomatoes in the garden, they are getting lanky in their newspaper pots.

Peace 

6 comments:

  1. Thank you for posting a photo of the lamp, Faith.
    It’s beautiful.
    I too have a couple of old style lamps. They are not really antique though. 😊

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  2. Thanks for posting the info on the little wagon. From what I could make out I don't think that company ships to Canada.
    Too bad.

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  3. It is beautiful! Last summer, I was at a yardsale and a woman was purchasing a milkglass lamp that I was sooo tempted to offer her a dollar more than what she was paying for it. I didn't - not sure if that's rude or not.

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  4. Your lamp is so pretty and it fits right in with your home. It makes it all the more special to have the memory of when and where you bought it too. A wonderful Anniversary gift to yourselves.

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  5. We bought our lamps at Amish country too. Both have roses on the tops but not the bottom. Love it!

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  6. What a lovely find! Such romantic and nostalgic charm to it!

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Have a very blessed day and take delight even in the simple things.

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