Saturday, March 22, 2014

English Ironstone Mystery


We have a mystery. . . .
This gorgeous English Ironstone Chamber Pot showed up on our doorstep a few weeks ago. . . .It's a wonderful turn-of-the-century piece. . . .No nicks. . . .No breaks. . . .and signed English Ironstone. . . .We thought someone would get in touch with us and claim 'responsibility'. . . . but so far, we haven't found the gift giver! . . .It's a complete mystery!

This beautiful vintage piece will be placed in our C. A. Smith Grocery Museum, so we'd like to document the donation. . . .We would also like to know the story behind it. . . .If you have any information, please email us:
backatthefarm1938@yahoo.com
PLEASE!!!!



It means so much to us that the local community has supported our endeavor here at the historic district.
Many thanks to all of you!

Now, Mystery Gifter. . . .It's time to reveal who you are!

 
 
 

7 comments:

pballard said...

Good morning. I just wanted to let you know I follow through bloglovin. Your header delights me each time I read your blog. Have a wonderful weekend.

Junkchiccottage said...

Dru,
I love the new look to the blog. Very pretty background. Wow I hope you find the person that left you that wonderful treasure and get some info on it.
Have a great week end.
Kris

Cozy Little House said...

How interesting that they left no message as to who they are. Just a gift with no name. But very special.
Brenda

Cranberry Morning said...

What fun! I wouldn't mind a mystery like that. :-)

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

What an awesome piece to be left at your door, hope you can find out who is behind it.

Blessings,
Linda

cynthia lee designs said...

What a beautiful piece!! Hope you will find out who the gift giver was, so that you can get some information about it.
hugs,
Cindy

Pam said...

What a beautiful piece! Hope you can solve the chamber pot mystery soon!
Pam
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