My humble collection of mis-matched vintage pitchers, cups, and sugar bowls are just the right mix for any seasonal flower displays. My love of the pretty little details is what makes up this sweet little collection. The beautiful curved handle of a Victorian pitcher, the hand-painted rose on a child’s cup, the charming shape of an early sugar bowl missing its lid is what caught my eye every time. I quite simply bought each one because I loved it all on its own. The color pink made them into a collection of various shapes, sizes, and vintages.

When I mass them together using one kind of flower – whether it’s white tulips in early spring and clusters of pink roses later in the season – the look is always pretty; nothing ornate or overdone.

Happy hunting!

Love, Nora

  • Nora, I love the simplicity of the tulips in your beautiful pieces! Waiting for spring to actually arrive…this made me feel as if it had.

  • Connie Widmann says:
    April 1, 2014 at 2:45 am Reply

    I love this collection, the colors are amazing!!! You have such a wonderful way of displaying your collections! Love it

  • dear Nora, I love your sweet collection~ I love them all~ especially with all of them holding those soft pink silken roses~ it just sings Spring~ I cannot wait for spring to arrive here in Oregon~
    thank you for sharing your world~

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