Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Roseville I Cherish

This is Roseville I Cherish

I inherited the green pot and the two smaller bowls, but the vase I bought for an excellent price at an estate sale recently.
I felt so fortunate. The dealer pointed out it's tiny flaw which I feel strongly is less of a flaw than my inherited pieces.
After all... who is perfect?
My inherited Roseville came from my maternal grandmother, "Jean", who I love to write about.
I've often wondered... what is comparable these days to Roseville? MacKenzie-Childs??
Who knows?
Who cares??
I just enjoy it!

Today I am linking to Tales from Margaritaville

For Thrifty Thursday

Then I will hop over to My Romantic Home

for Show and Tell Friday

and here is a new one for me...

Friday at the Charm of Home
for Home Sweet Home!

My maternal grandparents -
Jean and D.V. DePasquale
Ithaca, N.Y.


Rita said...

And if you enjoy it, who cares that there is a flaw? There is nothing perfect in this world anyway, so why not enjoy those things that make you happy. I'm glad you found them!!!

Laura said...

How did I miss collecting Roseville?
Your collection is stunning.
Have a great week!

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Theresa said...

Beautiful pieces! Love them all!!!! Have a blessed day dear Karen! HUGS!

Eileen @ Cottage Beach House said...

Nice collection there, . I have some Hull that I've collected. so nice to run your hand across fine vintage pottery, it isn't it?

Theresa said...

Beautiful pieces! I know you are happy to add to the collection! Flaws, they make it more special:)

Love the picture of your grandparents! Memories, precious memories! Have a blessed weekend! BIG HUGS!

Betsy said...

I love your Roseville collection. I just bought a piece at an estate sale last weekend, flaws and all!
Thanks for sharing these beauties.

Sherry said...

I had a few pieces of Roseville. I really enjoyed the pastel colors. Very pretty pottery. Thanks for linking it up!

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hello... have a lovely collection of Roseville pottery! Not only are they beautiful but they are also cherished family treasures...the most wonderful combination of all! I love the shape of the shortest vase...very pretty! I have three pieces of Roseville pottery. My husband was going through his late parent's basement and found a box with various glass pieces so he brought the box home. Everything was covered in much that you could hardly make out what was there. Lo and behold, a beautiful little Roseville jardinaire and two matching candleholders were there! A treasure that I put out each autumn to enjoy! Thank you for sharing your lovely pieces with us today...this was such a treat, my friend!

Warmest wishes,

Carol at Serendipity said...

I love Roseville pottery too. I picked up a piece last year and I cherish it. You have a lovely collection.


Debra@Common Ground said...

Such gorgeous pieces! How wonderful that you have these family pieces, thanks for linking up to VIF! xo Debra

Nancy's Notes said...

Karen, I just love your Roseville collection! Being inherited pieces from your grandmother, just make them extra special! Your new piece is awesome too! Flaws in my book, are just lovely touches of love!


Babs said...

Your Roseville is really pretty. I like the soft colors and the workmanship of each. The are so pretty they don't even need flowers to show them off.
Hope you have a good week,

Melody said...

Beautiful pieces. We love Roseville in our house. I wish some was inherited like yours. Such treasures!