More Treasures

Let us to the math here – simple schoolboy stuff – where ‘V’ is vintage and ‘mc’ equals money/change, square that and of course it results in : V = mc2

Jenny from the Custards , May 2, 2013

In a nice store with a lot a pretty stuff, I found this pan. The women in the store thought it was Scandinavian. To me, with the dashing colors, it looked American. But no…it is  from the Spanish brand San Ignacio. Hope to find more, they have lots of funky designs. Ha, I can picture all the soups served so prettily from this pan…

Really, I can talk about these nonsense all day! How about those vintage fifties powder blue napkins, I bought for a song? Ohoh, I better stop talking;o)

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In een leuke winkel met een hoop fraaie rommel, vond ik deze pan. De dames in de winkel dachten dat t Scandinavisch was. Ik dacht, vanwege de lekker felle kleurtjes, Amerikaans. Maar nee…t was dus t Spaanse merk San Ignacio. Hoop er nog meer van t vinden, ze hebben verschillende funky motiefjes. Ha, ik zie t al helemaal voor me, soep geserveerd zo gezellig uit deze pan…

Werkelijk, ik kan de hele dag wel teuten over zulks onzin! Wat dacht je van die vintage servetten uit de jaren vijftig, poederblauw noemen ze dat. Ohoh, ik kan maar beter stoppen;o)

Love and Liefs, Johanna.

3 thoughts on “More Treasures

  1. Absolutely:lovely little villages here with shops full of treasures to discover…and what’s more, since I have a new house to decorate in a few weeks ,a legitimate reason too;o)

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