Tuesday, March 3, 2009

The Unintentional Collection


I have lots of collections, a fact I freely admit. Usually, I know from the moment I buy the second one of the item in question that I intend to have a collection. Not so with the cherubs. I was laying in bed the other day and looked around my bedroom...a few cherubs. I went downstairs to get my coffee and began looking around...hmmm, more cherubs. I made a comment to Mr. French Laundry that I thought I had a cherub collection. He said something to the effect of, "Duh! I knew that, didn't you? I've known that for a long time." Well, I DIDN'T know. Not sure how I missed that one, but I did. But, here for your perusal are a few of the little darlings that I found lurking around my home.


A Victorian painting...

A lamp...

A place to display some antique jewelry...

A pretty little girl who graces the top of my china cabinet...

Another lamp...


A clock...


A Victorian painted canvas wallhanging...

Candlesticks...

More candlesticks...

Our wedding cake topper (with pretty antique crown)...

A sweet little one who graces my bedroom window. I bought it years ago when shopping with my mother who is now deceased. I think of her whenever I look at it...

What collections do you have in your home that you never intended to collect but that's how it ended up? I'd love to hear your comments.

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10 comments:

  1. yes, oh yes, I'm cherub heavy, too!!!


    gotta love 'em
    these are some of the best I've seen.

    hugs

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  2. these cherubs are just lovely...and yes I also have a collection of cherubs, they are all over the place...even my wallpaper in my bathroom is full of them...

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  3. Beautiful collection...My weakness is roosters but I'm very fussy ~ if it doesn't "speak" to me it's not invited home.
    ~ Rebecca

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  4. What would life be without our collections, your are lovely!! I got your note, and I asked John what it was on our walls,we did it when we first bought our house, in 1989...soooo hes not sure, but it was a plaster and he put it on with a spatula to get the texture, the only thing I remember about it was the smell!!! It had a really strong, nasty odour to it and it took days for it to dry...hope that helps, sorry !! Glad you like it though, thanks take care, Chrissy

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  5. Oh my gosh! That is so amazing that we posted about the same thing on the same day! yes...great minds think alike!!!

    Your cherubs are beautiful!

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  6. LOL! This is the second cherub collection post I've read in 24 hours, LOL! I just bought the most beautiful cherub bird feeder!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. Glad you like the "Wild Thing" post, LOL! GROOVY!!! ;)

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  7. So funny...that is how my collection of clocks was. I didn't realize how many I had.

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  8. I'm reading a book right now called "The Angel Bible" by Hazel Raven. Perhaps your angels have been collecting you :-) Lovely entry.

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  9. OK, so you have a few cherubs... but, who's counting. Hee Hee. Loved his response. My favorites are the gold candleholder & the lamp. I have a number of cherubs around my house too (but, I don't collect them). :) Thank you for stopping to visit on Outdoor Wednesday.

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  10. These are quite fashionable cherub pieces... I adore the combination of jewelry on that beautiful cherub.
    ENJOY your day!
    Fifi

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