Thursday

Show and Tell - Antiques and Quilts

Time for Kelli's Show and Tell go here to see lots more interesting things.
Today I'm featuring the antique store and quilt shop of my Ivy and Innocence collection. Above is the Yates Antique Shop. On the right is "Lucinda's Bundle of Joy." "Annabelle and her bear Theodore" are on the right.
Back view of Yates Antique Shop


On the left is "Winston's Peddler Wagon," notice the tiny cups hanging above the little tea pot.

On the right is "Timeless Treasures" a cute little chifforobe

Click on any picture to see detail.










Backsides of the Peddler's Wagon, and the chifforobe.














The Quilt Shop is named "Stitches in Time." The little ole lady is "Lilo, and her little black cat is Lucifer."





















The quilt peddler's wagon is named "The Hearts and Crafts Wagon"

The kids and wagon on the right is named "The Best of Friends"


Below are close-ups of the quilt peddler's wagon.
















































Above, front and back is "The Quilt Tree"

I hope you are enjoying seeing the individual pieces of my Ivy and Innocence Collection.

Please read the next post below, there's a question there for you.

Katherine

Note: I'm having difficulty getting the pictures and the text to line up correctly, I hope it isn't confusing.

28 comments:

Kathy said...

Katherine, your collection is darling! Love it...
Kathy@ Mimi's Garden

Jennie said...

How sweet those are - love the detail. The Quilt Shop ones are my favourites!

Pam said...

These are such charming pieces. For some reason, they took me back to my childhood. I wonder if I was once in someone's home who had a piece or two. Do you know how long they have been around?

Simply Heart And Home said...

Katherine,

More delightful figurines! Those are very precious. I am going to have to check out my stores for them. Did you buy them at any particular store?

Blessings,
Gina

Carrie said...

It's great to see more of this charming village.

I also had a difficult time tonight uploading my photos. They were all over the place in my post.

Connie Marie said...

Cute little storybook style creations. All make the imagination active. Very nice collection which I am sure brings you a lot of joy.

Char said...

I've never heard of Ivy and Innocence before. You have a charming collection. Have a great day and a wonderful weekend.

Constance said...

AWWW.... you have a lot of pieces in that collection! It's nice that they bring you such joy. Thanks for sharing them with all of us today!
Connie

Hootin' Anni said...

I love these....I think the blue just sets them all off.

My show n tell is shared....come on over.

The Apron Queen said...

I actually like how the pics zig zagged. Made it more interesting. Lovely collection.

My show & tell is up... vintage bling bling! Do stop by. I love the company.

For your daily dose of vintage goodness & a bit of silliness, stop by Confessions of an Apron Queen, the home of Vintage Thingies Thursdays.

Jaderocks said...

This is a wonderful collection my favorite is the quilt tree.
Thanks for sharing.

Alice said...

So sweet. I can imagine your grandchildren enjoying these as you point out all the special details. What a joy it must be to visit your home.

LBP said...

I have never heard of those before but they are adorable! BTW I would definitely frame that crocheted fan and display it your home, it's beautiful.

Blessings

Linda

Lallee said...

I like the cute little birdhouses on these pieces.

Cookie said...

I'm not familiar with this collection. It's very sweet. I'm glad you have shared it today. What I like the most are the pleasing colors and delicate features.

This was a good show and tell.
Thanks!
Cookie

Linda said...

This is the sweetest collection. I love the Quit Shop and the little boy pulling the cart is precious. Hugs, Linda

Barbara H. said...

I hadn't heard of that collectible -- what a cute collection!

Jewelgirl said...

They are so sweet, they remind me
of little Easter houses I own.
Pretty fan, a great deal for
50 cents!

Betty said...

Hi Katherine,

I didn't realize your hometown is Huntsville. I will be showing more pictures of our trip to that interesting city. Stay tuned!

You always have such interesting things to show on Fridays. I would love to see your home. I'll bet it is just beautiful.

Betty said...

I forgot to mention something about your blog. On my computer toward the last of your posting is black not showing any pictures and at times not showing anything. Is it that way on your's? I'm wondering if it's mine as I've been having some trouble as well with blogger not posting some of my graphics.

Scooterblu's Whimsy said...

Love your little figurines... how sweet!

Thank you stopping by my space and for the kind comments! Hope you will drop back in!

I saw on your profile that you participate in monthly Bible studies. Have a done any of the Beth Moore studies! I absolutely love her studies and have learned so much from them! I've seen here twice in person and she is awesome! She is one of those people you just "see Jesus in them!"

Hope you have a wonderful, blessed weekend! Rhonda :)

Mary said...

Katherine,

I love this collection. It is quaint and unique. I have never seen anything like it.

Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed my visit and am now going to read the post below.

Blessings for a great week.
Mary

Tori said...

Hi, I just found your blog! you have such a pretty home and so many nice things. I'll be back for another look-see!

Simply Heart And Home said...

Katherine,

You are cordially invited to participate in my Country Cookbook Giveaway. Please drop by when you have a moment.

Blessings,
Gina

ceekay said...

Hi Katherine....Miss hearing from you...is all ok??? Ceekay

A Romantic Porch said...

That is such a cute collection. I've never seen it. Love,Rachel

Love Bears All Things said...

I've never heard of these but I love them. Thanks for sharing.
Mama Bear

Kelli said...

Such sweet little places to visit, Katherine! I love the flower vines and birdhouses!
Hugs,
Kelli