Saturday, July 31, 2010

It's Summer Sunday and I Solved A Silver Mystery!

Jean's Silver Tablesescape
September 25, 1954

I just wrote about Jean a couple of days ago, so if you missed my posting and
are a bit curious about Jean, please go back to my posting on Thursday.

Jean loved to use her silver. This table was set for the small wedding of
my aunt and uncle.

This evening as I looked at this picture which came from an old slide of my father's, I enlarged the picture to see what was in the hutch.

You may need to put your glasses on, but if you look at the picture below
and focus on the hutch, look on the bottom shelf at the white round plate.
Just in front and a little to the right of that is a set of salt and pepper shakers.
I am sure they are lusterware.
AND they are on my family room shelf with the rest of my lusterware and with a tiny sticky note
on them and in my mother's handwriting it just states, "Old!"
Okay... "old" but I had wondered for quite some time
whose "old" S&P shakers these were.
They were Jean's!
Mystery solved tonight.

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