Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Vintage Thingie Thursday: Vintage Market Kitchen Towel

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I have several kitchen towels that I don't use. In fact, they are safely tucked away for someday...for what? I am not sure about the what part of that, but saved for someday none the less!

I found this one at an estate sale. I loved the market scene on the towel, it reminds me of a scene that you might find from Paris.


 

It was a great buy and I purchased it and brought it home. I liked that the signed name was the same first name as my own. I guess you can see why I brought it home!

Have a great Vintage Thingie Thursday!





11 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for hosting and having me. Big hugs,
    FABBY

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  2. That towel sports a fabulous name. You should frame this one rather than drawer it. Nice!

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  3. Have you seen the Tea Towel Challenge on the 15 minutes of play blog? I had so much fun working on my quilt for the challenge that I now really notice/look for interesting tea towels with the thought of doing it again.

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  4. What a sweet towel! I like the vintage European feel to it too. I have a few towels that are in storage to to actually be used too. When we eventually build our dream house, with my country kitchen, I want some shelves in the kitchen for displaying things that will include a couple of towel racks for those special towels too.

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  5. Suzanne,
    Thanks so much for hosting!! Wishing you a very joyous Easter!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  6. You kitchen towel is pretty, like the colors also

    I use to collect kitchen towels also then once decided to sale them all the the young ladies who bought them were happy

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  7. I love those old linen towels. I'm always thrilled when I find something vintage at a sale. It makes my day. :)

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  8. Hi lovely lady.
    Thanks so much for hosting your Easter linky party. Hope you have a wonderful Easter with your family.
    XXOO Diane

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  9. Suzanne that is a fabulous towel and I do believe it is from New Orleans! Antoine's (famous French Qtr restaurand) and Decauter is a street in New Orleans. Fabulous Find!

    hugs, Linda

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  10. There is no way that I could have left that behind! I love the little accents of pink in the graphics.

    Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful Easter

    Erica

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Sometimes someone says something really small, and it's like it fits into this empty space in your heart!

Thank you for stopping by and leaving your thoughts here, they really mean a lot to me!

Suzanne

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