simple life, vintage & thrifted treasures...
Way to go Rebecca! That's a real gem.Have a great week ~ FlowerLady
And no rust! What luck! Was it just sitting there all alone, or were there other "treasures"? Linda@Wetcreek Blog
Actually, there WAS the shell of a wooden baby bed, too......
What a find! I can't imagine someone throwing this away!
After cleaning it up, I realized that 8"/9" plates don't fit on it. What would one DO with it? (Maybe that's why it was trashed?)
maybe it's made for potted plants? don't know, but I would've been thrilled to find it!
Okay...will berry bowls fit it? I bet there is a dish of some kind that will fit it...saucer maybe. How big is the circle?It there enough room between shelves that a flower pot of various herbs could be grown here?
Oh, I remember wanting one of those for ages but the one I had my eye on held regular sized dinner plates, whatever size that is. I saw it stacked with plates and thought it looked so attractive and useful but finally decided against it because I couldn't figure our where I'd sit it once full of plates. Hope you find a good use for yours.Darla
Oh sweet lady, I hope you are in the way of mending after your heap replacement surgery! My Bil just had that done too and he is doing pretty well! I love this, I never have found those around, plates always look so pretty on them with a touch of old fashion. Thanks for popping in to visit while I was away!Hugs,FABBY
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