The little bisque bunny baby in a basket was given by my parents to my daughter for her 1st Easter. You can see where it says that on the bottom edge of the basket if you click to enlarge the picture. I believe it is made by Lefton, as are most of my vintage Easter china pieces.
Two of my very favorite bunny boxes that I purchased last year. And my vintage (we are talking 45 yrs. here) pink bottle brush tree from when I was a wee tot!
Gotta love these apothecary jars that were purchased at Hobby Lobby! So fun to fill them with different items for the changing seasons.
Now, on to some of my newest/old thrifting finds......little roses change trays, an old china doll, aluminum molds, some pretty candleholders, & a vintage china saucer.
I fell in love with this little PINK bone dish. It features a Victorian Courting Couple & is edged in gold trim. Just perfect for holding paperclips in my office!
I'm naming my little china doll "Miss Bertie" after one of my dear Victorian PRH sisters, Bertie of Aunt May's Cottage! Bertie is a true doll & has the prettiest items you'll find this side of the 1900's!! And she is having an Easter Egg hunt with a prize! So hop on over to her blog!Now, I'm off to visit some of your blogs for more decorating inspiration!