I Like......

  • A Sense of Humour!
  • Rowan Wool
  • Going out with the Girls!
  • Horses
  • Aubergines
  • Clean Sheets
  • Roses
  • Vintage brooches
  • Shiatsu
  • My first cup of tea in the morning
  • The Sea
  • Cake baking
  • Pink
  • Woodsmoke
  • The changing of the seasons
  • Bliss
  • Crochet
  • Recycling
  • Home-made raspberry jam

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March 06, 2007



Oh your 1920's posy holder is so precious!!!!! Please remember to take a picture of her, with primroses in her, this Summer.



I'm a big fan of blue & white china too. I particularly like the tureen on the far left, top shelf.


I just read your comment in my Blog... "Lovely pictures and quotes...Cheered me up today!" I'm happy that you enjoyed it and that it was cheering.

I just enlarged the picture of your Aga and showed my husband. Someday you will have to explain to me, all about an Aga. I've seen pics of them but don't really know what all the parts are. What specifically each is used for, I mean. Like, are there 3 ovens, for instance?



What a lovely collection you have! I am new to collecting, and am inspired to see what you have been able to find.

Rose Vintage

Hi Mari- Nanci

Mine is a two-oven Aga, one door ( bottom left) has the burner etc behind it. Top oven is the roasting oven and the other is the simmering oven used for casseroles etc. The two plates on the top, both of which have lids,the right hand one is the boiling plate, the other plate is not so hot. The temperature stays the same so you use the different ovens and plates to achieve the temperature that you need. Sounds complicated but is dead simple and the food is cooked beautifully as it somehow seems to seal in the flavour...



Reading your fab blog for the first time I noticed that your blue and white display includes a card from the range that I sell. I keep spotting different ones all over which is really nice! A lovely display of co-ordinating items!


Oh how lovely ~ I too collect blue and white china (amongst other things LOL) I have a display in a cabinet in our dining room ~ one of these days I will remember to post a picture of it on my blog!

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