I’ve written about my pitcher collection lately in my posts. Would you like to see some of my pitchers? They’re in all the rooms of my house so I can’t show you all of them. These in the pictures are in the living room and kitchen. I have one wall on the right side of my house that goes from the living room to the kitchen. I decided to install a shelf to run the whole length and to install it just above the door frames. That is all wasted space so I utilized it for my pitchers, otherwise I would have had to get rid of them all. Forgive me the terra cotta color. I did that as soon as I moved in and while I really liked it at that time, I am so tired of it. Soon as I get time, I am planning on painting it.
I love white pitchers. One day I am going to make a grouping of them in my bedroom. There is just something about white!
I have two favorites in this picture. I love the Cheerios pitcher. The cream colored one to the left is a pitcher that Ron’s Mother used to whip cream in. There are lots of Thanksgiving memories in that pitcher. It got broken in my last move but glued back together nicely.
I also love black pitchers. Might do a grouping of those too. My daughter gave me the one with flowers. Quite a few of my pitchers are gifts. When people know you collect an item, you recieve them often as gifts. Isn’t that fun? I love gifts like that.
The brown pitcher is a Jose Cuervo pitcher. That might be spelled wrong. I have never bought or drank that product.
My favorite in this picture is the tall slim green pitcher. It’s so delicate looking.
I also collect flamingos so I was very excited when I found the flamingo pitcher!!
My daughter gave me the blue and green pitcher. She found a pottery shop on one of her vacations. She’s such a thoughtful daughter. Many of my pitchers came from her.
That’s my collection. Please leave a comment and tell me about your collections. I can’t wait to hear what it is that you look for while thrifting. I hope your weekend has been wonderful and that you have a peaceful blessed Sunday. Gotta run, it’s time to leave for church.