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Wednesday, September 01, 2010



Hi Anna, I love old pictures and stories that go along with them. I did a post a while back about a picture i have of my grandma with my dad and his twin brother as babies. I just love to hear about things from the past. Thanks for sharing, that was an interesting silver egg set. Look foward to seeing your christmas card. Amy from pinkdaizies.typepad.com

Susan Freeman

What a charming set! I have never seen one like it before.

Susan and Bentley


Oh what a beautiful set and the spoons with your gran's initials monogrammed on them are just gorgeous! What a precious family heirloom! Happy VTT!


Thank you for taking us back down your memory lane. Great post.

Granny Sue

lovely! I would so use that set. My mother liked coddled eggs and I have some of her covered cups that were used to make them, but I have never seen an egg cup set like yours. My English mother would have loved it. Thank you for sharing.


What a beautiful family heirloom! I've never seen a silver egg set before-thanks so much for sharing it and those wonderful family photos!

Stacey Newton

Thanks for sharing this lovely story. Your family heirloom is wonderful and the pictures really add so much!


What great family treasures you have. I do not eat eggs too often. When I do, I want them over well, with the yellow broken. Great blog and post.


Hello Anna, I love, your story and the egg cups. I agree, eggs do taste better in an egg cup. Smile. The photo of your grandmother holding your mother is wonderful. Great treasures with wonderful family memories.
Hugs, Jeanne


I love the silverware...how lovely! And the outfits in those first picture!


That sure is beautiful! I would had never guessed that people ate their eggs from it. Life was so different back then.

Vintage Thingie Thursday!

Diann @ The Thrifty Goove

Oh, this is a stunning set! Just gorgeous. I have never seen one like it. Beautiful!

the Chicken Wrangler

I've never seen such a set as what you have shown here - that is so fancy! I would think it would be great fun to use! Great post today!


What an adorable little set! I love to have pieces that have memories attached to them.
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