This is indeed a beautiful tea caddy!I hopped over to the Hollyhock's web!Beautiful items indeed. Thanks for sharing the webaddress.Greet
I'm so pleased with it. Shows off Suzanne Rheinstein's exquisite taste!
So many lovely things in there ... Hollyhock's. And that tea caddy looks real nice.
Last year on a visit to Los Angeles I went to the Hollyhock store. Nice location on a shaded side street, easy parking, pretty entrance, roomy well organized inside with high open ceilings. Four matching wicker chairs caught my eye, the kind you saw in the 1950's on Beverely Hills patios. The chairs were in excellent condition, large and would be delicious with colorful cushions. Each chair was $4500. After catching my breath I left for Tucson on the way back to my home in Washington DC. At the Tucson "Habitate" store I bought a period piece wicker chair for $50 which was a genuine antique. Who is actually going to pay $4500 for a wicker chair in this economy? Ann
Love the tea caddy... and the site... one can dream!
I will hop over and check it out right now. Love Suzanne Rheinstien's style! Thanks for the tip. Gorgeous tea caddy.
Hello, really wanted to leave a comment for you because your blog is so beautiful. Time flies when you're having fun and I've really enjoyed reading your interesting posts. Your pictures are brilliant too. Thank you for sharing them and have a great weekend - best wishes....
The things you find...when the boys are back to school. I am counting, 10 days....pve
That is so great, on my way now!
Dear Mrs. Blandings, I nominated you for a Meme award. Stop by my blog to pick it up if you choose to participate--it's kind of fun!
That is a lovely choice!
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