Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Vintage Thingie Thursday ~ Adorable Dachshund Planter

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One of my long time friends found the sweetest planter at an estate sale. I had a fit over it when I saw it! Now, I go to lots of estate sales, and I have never seen one of these. She said it was there on the last day too. Oh. my.

She dropped by my house shortly after me seeing it and gave it to me as a gift. I was so excited, and thrilled she wanted me to have it. I adore it and am so thankful to have it!

It is stamped Japan on all of the four pieces. It is a wonderful addition to all my doxie treasures.

Here it is with all my other little dogs. No, your eyes are not playing tricks on you. Truth of the matter is, when I took the photo, I discovered a bit of dust on the back of the shelves, and did not want to retake the photo. Call it lazy....but I sure wanted to try and "hide" the dust. Truth. You will just have to use your imagination.

Here is my sweet Sophie.....exactly where she does not belong. On The Table. But I snapped a picture of her anyway...she just wanted to smell the flowers!

Happy Vintage Thingie Thursday!


  1. Thanks Suzanne for Vintage Thingie Thursday. Sophie and flowers look great together.

  2. When I was a young girl, way back in the 70's, i used to sell door to door from a catalogue called Regal Greetings and Gifts, I remember this because my Mom bought one, I think they advertised it as a candy dish! I don't think Mom ever put anything in it. I saw one recently and it was $30 - crazy!

  3. that's a great planter, unique! Your own little doxie is so sweet and pretty :)

  4. I love the shot of Shopie and the flowers.

  5. That planter was meant to be yours. I knew it the minute I saw it. Glad it is living with you now. Sophie is so cute. She can come over and stand on my table whenever she likes!

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley


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