Tuesday, September 3, 2013

My first cider pitcher!

Recently I wrote of discovering cider pitchers in an article in Country Gardens magazine. I said I wanted one. Well, now I have one, thanks to a gift from a generous friend who reads this blog!

Isn't this rose design simply beautiful?

My new cider pitcher, which is about as tall and as wide as a teapot, was made by R.S. Prussia according to the backstamp.

Even the back of the pitcher is just lovely. And the first time I come across some fresh apple cider this fall, you can bet I'll be trying it out in my new cider pitcher!

12 comments:

  1. Dear Angela,
    It's a real beauty. What lovley roses and soft colors.
    You have a nice friend indeed.
    xo Ruthie

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  2. Isn't that pretty... it will adorn any table with grace!

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  3. Very pretty, and a thoughtful friend that sent it to you.
    Judith

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  4. So happy for you, Angela! The pitcher is lovely.

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  5. Ooh, that IS a pretty one! A lovely gift, and I'm sure the cider will taste extra good from such a nice pitcher.

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  6. Hey - I LIKE DIAMONDS - maybe someone will send me one! Ha! I do love it that you received this and I thought of you at the antique mall when I saw one. In fact, I think it will be hard not to associate Angela with Cider Pitchers now!

    Just make sure you serve "rose" cider in that one!

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  7. It is lovely! I can picture it's many uses. One such use might be a bouquet of peonies or camillias.
    What a thoughtful friend you have!


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  8. It is so pretty! And from a generous and lovely friend, I am sure.

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  9. What a beautiful blessing! I love love it!!

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  10. It's absolutely gorgeous! Now I will be keeping my eyes out for a cider pitcher.

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