If you are a collector of Majolica or know what it is, then you know it is very rare, expensive and hard to come by. My sister, Kim has one of the largest collections I've seen. It all started with a picture in a decorating magazine, maybe it was Traditional Homes, not sure. It was probably a 1998 issue that featured a beautiful room filled with colorful majolica pottery. We were both hooked. We scoured antique shops near and far in search of majolica. She got the bug for collecting it and she ended up with
a bunch. Mostly she collects the yellows and greens.
Notice the cabinet. It's vintage and we came across it in an antique store way, way, way out in the boonies. Don't you think it shows off her majolica big time beautiful?
She swore me to secrecy about what she paid for each piece, and I'll never tell.
She said that I could only divulge the real value to her husband if she should go first.
That's so he won't throw it out or heaven forbid, give it to his next wife. I suggest she just will it to me. He is under the mistaken impression that is just cheap, gaudy dishes that makes her happy. Tee Hee.
Oh, I forgot to tell yall that she has a lot more in another cabinet. But, that's another post.
My favorite stuff
- Iced Vanilla Coffee
- Finding Junk and making it beautiful
- Spending Time with my Sister
- Holidays with my family
- Poirot movies
- reading murder mysteries
- searching shabby chic stuff on ebay
- writing stories and blogging
- snuggling with my husband and my kitty kats
- comfortable pajamas
- slot machines
- yard sales
- hunting through estate sales and thrift shops
- going to antique shops
- eating out with my sister
- having lunch with my husband
- having lunch with my son
- vanilla wafer cookies
- pedicures and pink toenail polish
- Lavender scented soaps and body wash
- Good makeup