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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Vintage Tea Cart

Hi All,
I'm sharing with you tonight one of my favorite furniture pieces in the Cape house. I love my Early American maple tea cart. I found it about 4 years ago in a used furniture store and it was in mint condition. It now sits in the dining room. A picture of Granny graces it, and a family picture of my parents and me, and another of my Dad and his two brothers, hang above.
A closer look...
I am linking with...

19 comments:

  1. Great maple find! Aren't you glad you have the dining room now to put it in!

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  2. Such a fabulous piece. I love it. Hugs, Marty

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  3. That is the sweetest tea cart! Yet another thing you and I have in common ~ we both really loved our grannies and keep them close to our hearts!!

    Lots of love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  4. That is a very nice tea cart. I have always liked Early American furniture, but never owned any. Mine is just wild mixture.

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  5. I love your tea cart! I would love to have one. Yours is lovely.

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  6. Lovely tea cart.....I always enjoy seeing your pretty things!

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  7. I remember when I was just a little girl, my mother wanted one of these. They were on everyone's wish list. Your's is really gorgeous, thanks so much for linking up for the party!
    hugs,
    Debra

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  8. OH I really love that Robyn!
    I want one bad and your's is in such gorgeous shape!
    Happy Weekend,
    Cindy

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  9. I love it, Robin. I have always wanted one but I have no place to put it. You have such a pretty arrangement on top!

    XO,
    Jane

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  10. A tea cart is one of those things that you don't miss if you don't have one, but when you have one you find 100 uses for it! I have one from my great grandmother, and I use it regularly.

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  11. What a great piece! Love how you have the arrangement on top too.

    xoox,
    Ellen

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  12. I've always loved tea carts. I had a wicker one for many years, but I got rid of all my wicker when we moved here. Yours looks perfect in that spot!

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  13. I've always loved your pretty tea cart. Thanks for sharing it with us.
    Hope things are good with you. I've been really busy doing grandmother things and haven't visited as much as I like.
    hugs, bj

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  14. I love your tea cart..I'm a tea fan and love all the pretty accessories...Thanks for your sweet visit! I adore your header picture..your home looks like it could be in Carmel..that door is just wonderful! Don't you love San Francisco...we enjoyed being there too! Stay warm!

    Miss Bloomers

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  15. How wonderful! It looks perfect in the corner. I love the curtains...it all feels so welcoming and warm.
    xo
    Robin

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  16. Robin,
    I found you through Susan at Ash Tree Cottage and just had to comment on your beautiful home! It reminds me of a home you would find on Prince Edward Island. Happy to have found you!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  17. This is such a fantastic piece!! I LOVE it! I walked away from a tea cart in Salvation Army in the summer that was a mere $25!!! I have been kicking myself for not buying it ever since!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  18. So sweet Robin. I have always wanted a tea cart...now at this point there is not place to put one. Yours is so pretty and so very special!

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  19. It's a quaint little piece, Robin. I'm sure it must be even more enjoyable for you with all that family love gracing it. ;)

    Thanks for linking to the party.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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