Monday, June 6, 2011

Ceramic Flowers

 We went to a nearby antique store recently, and I found the cutest little thing:

It's a bunch of ceramic flowers, in a tiny, white ceramic flower pot.

Isn't that so cute?  The price sticker said $20, but it was marked down to $12.  It's only about three inches high.  It's wee!

I try not to buy knick-knacks that collect dust, but I walked by it a couple of times, and decided that I had to have it.  

I think I may put it on this side table, in my blue guest room...
...or somewhere else.  I haven't decided yet.

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18 comments:

Megan at declutterdaily said...

Tres' cute. I love the detail on the flowers. I like the room too. It looks like my master bedroom.

Blue Creek Home said...

You will be glad you got it! It will look adorable on the night stand.
Rhonda

Lisa, An American Mom said...

I find that when I keep thinking of something, I need to go back and get it. :) That is so cute and the detail is remarkable. Nice find!

Red Gate Farm said...

Very cute! And I love the eclectic stack of books waiting for your guests!

~Chris

xinex said...

That is really cute. I can't blame you for not wanting to leave it....Christine

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Calling from Homemaker on a dime. This is so cute and loved the detail. A nice find indeed!
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~~EVERYTHING~~.ANASTACIA~~~ said...

Aww...it's really cute! Looks like capodimonte, is it? Loved the colors and detailed workmanship.

Pink Overalls @DIY Home Staging said...

I think it would look nice on your guest room side table, maybe replacing the small floral box that's there now. I don't see anything wrong with small stuff, unless there's too much of it. Worst case: glue it to something big!

Good score. I wonder where it's made and how old it is.

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Well I thought it was pretty from the start but when you said how TINY it is -- that made it even MORE beautiful! I can see why you got it -- agree it would look awfully cute on that table!

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Sarah, Three Boys said...

I can't believe how little it is, adorable.

Sonia Barton said...

That's a sweet little thing. I'm sure it would look great any where. My daughter had a blue bedroom in our last house, she loved it. Your blue room looks relaxing.

classic • casual • home said...

The tiny bouquet is so charming. I am glad you bought it. My sister displays two of these in her guest room on a mirrored dresser. My mom gave them to her. So pretty and feminine.

abeachcottage said...

Really cute find, adorable details. Thank you for sharing this at BC Good Life Wednesdays linky party.

LV said...

Since it is small, it would look nice most anywhere. Very lucky find.

Sandy Jenney - Organize with Sandy said...

You know.... sometimes things just hit you like that.
It looks really cute.
Thanks for linking it up to my Organizing link party

adventuresindinner said...

Lovely! I haven't see these in a long time. My Gran had a "garden" of them on the mantle.

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