03 March 2015

A New Vignette

Months ago during a trip to Scott's Antiques I became acquanited with The Englishman's, an antique store in Atlanta that specializes in English Antiques.  This past weekend they had a big sale at their store front that we(me and my antique buddy)had to attend.  While my friend found the most fantastic pieces that fit lovely into her home, I came home with a couple pieces of Staffordshire.  Ya'll know how much I positively adore Staffordshire!  Hard to imagine how such a small statue can add so much to a vignette but, in regards to color it always brightens any spot.
I knew just where this piece would land as soon as it came in the door.

 The french chest in the foyer needed a bit of an Spring update and a splash of color so that was the ideal place!

The rose color in the robe and the trim on the dress really ties in the oil painting on a neighboring wall.  Those Alison Evans oyster plates are still one of my fav gifts I've ever received(thanks Pie and Sister).

The small cache has been all over the house, I think some dried hydrangea would be the crowning touch...just as soon as I find some!

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  1. Absolutely beautiful Tamyra...I love that whole area!!

  2. What a great addition to your collection! I love that touch of pink too!

  3. What a stunning addition to your vignette! I love the subject and touches of pink.

  4. I love Staffordshire too... I long to add some of the big pieces like that to my collection but I can never find them for a good price in town.

  5. Oh, this is a beautiful vignette! I collect Staffordshire dogs but don't have any figurines like yours! I would love that one!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  6. Such a lovely vignette you created! I really love the way you displayed your oyster shells. Gorgeous, Tamyra!!


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