Wednesday, December 21, 2011

What goes with tea? Antiques!

What can be better than a wonderful tea, and then stopping in to check out the latest finds at the antique store across the way. 
Bucks County Antique Gallery, Chalfont, PA
It is the kind of store where you just don't know where to look first or which aisle to start in, but once you get acclimated, it is a wonderland.




Love the red velvet tablecloth, Santa is some centerpiece





















A little Magi humor  ;-)




Never saw the repairman, I bet!




I was surprised to see these two "love doves"




Mrs. Dove is in the nesting box, baby doves on the way?




A sure sign of peace




I didn't buy anything but certainly had my eye on several items.  


Peace be with you, as well as joy and love this season.


xo

25 comments:

  1. I love antique more than all:)) and these look amazing:) is fun:)

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  2. Hi Barbara! Oh, that looks like a wonderful place to browse! Since my hubby has retired two years ago I shop differently - I have to need it or I just have to have it! :)
    Thanks for popping in to see me and I wish you a very Merry Christmas.
    be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  3. I love to wander through the antique malls...so much fun! Lots of great things to 'wish' for! hugs, Linda

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  4. Lots of goodies to look at! I need an education on antiques tho - never know what'a a good deal or not.
    xo Cathy

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  5. I love antiquing so much...it is like therapy.

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  6. What a wonderful spot Loved the sign so true......

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  7. I love to prowl around antique stores - love the punch bowl set. I just got mine out and washed it for tonight! Gotta say, the magi humor cracked me up. The wise women probably made dinner too...
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  8. That was my question; did you buy anything? mayve next time.
    Love all that you shared with us.
    Rita

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  9. That looks like sooo much fun! I'd have fallen over at the Raggedy Ann and Andy pair!
    Hugs~

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  10. You're a content person to be able to walk through the antique mall and just enjoy looking without having to buy anything. This reminds me that I've not been to the flea in the month of December and ought to go just to see what's set out for Christmas.

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  11. Awwww, tea and antiques...life just isn't any better than that.

    We washed with a Maytag wringer washer on our porch 'till I was nine. Mom would carry and heat the water on the stove.

    We are so spoiled...just push a button and wa~la...the machine fills itself. Heeehehehe!!!

    Thanks for your beautiful pics sweetie.

    God bless ya and have yourself a wonderful Christmas!!! :o)

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  12. Love the little Santa in the 6th pic, I have one but mine is red-cute:@)

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  13. Good Morning Dearest Barbara,
    I've seen Antique stores from friends and I always wish we had one of these in my town.
    Lovely items, aren't they♬♬♬
    I love the antique desk♡♡♡
    3 days to come,
    Wishing you a Merry Christmas, xoxo Miyako*

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  14. Looks like my kind of shop Barbara!

    Have a wonderful Christmas!!

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  15. What a fun antique shop! Thank you for sharing all of the photos with us. I don't think I could have made it out of there without buying anything!

    ~Shanon

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  16. Oh my goodness, Barbara, I don't know how you passed up on that little white Santa with gold trim. He was so precious! What a fun trip -- glad I got to go via pictures; I'd have spent too much money if I'd been there myself! :)

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  17. WOW! What an incredible store! I love those snowman mugs and all of the pretty Christmas things! I'll put this on my list of places I would like to visit when we travel! Merry Christmas my friend! ♥

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  18. I wish I had those snowman cups. They're so cute! What a fun time you had at the antique store. Merry Christmas, and I wish you peace and joy this season too.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  19. What a fun place to shop, Barbara! The snowman teapot and glasses caught my eye but as much as I liked them i probably would not bought them as I am trying to simplify my decorations these days. Of course if they were priced very inexpensively i might have given in..lol!

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  20. What a great store Barbara. I had to laugh at the 3 Wise Women - great female humor! Everything inside the store looks way too tempting, and I just love the outside of the store too. Looks like you had a great time. Aren't the doves gorgeous! Have a wonderful Christmas if I don't see you before then!!!

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  21. ummm, I love these kind of places. I like to go thru and just LOOK but I much prefer MONEY TO BUY. :))
    Merry Christmas.

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  22. Love that old Maytag washer, and id like to thank you so much for being a reader on my blog Amish Stories. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Richard

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  23. You might never get me out of that place!I would not left empty handed, that's for sure!

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  24. Oh Barbara, that "Three Wise Women" sign is funny. Best wishes for a wonderful Christmas to you!

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  25. Looks like a fun place! That little white Santa is oh so cute! Merry Christmas!

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