Molly's Country Memories

Molly's Country Memories

The memories and happening in the everyday life of a country girl

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Vintage Thingie Thursday

Well hello y'all, it's Thurs. and time to stroll on over to Colorada Lady's blog for some more beautiful Vintage items.
Today I'm showing more of my Hall's Collection, If I happen to show some over again it's because I can't remember which ones I've already showed...ok, ok, I admit it I'm old and my little ole' brain don't work as good as it used to...

 
 
 This is another pot I don't have a lid for, but this one is my fault, I dropped it several years ago and it just shattered...needless to say I set down and cried. But hopefully I will find one for it one day....
Next 2 are some of my Advertising pitchers..Hall was known for Their Whiskey pitchers...
 
  
  
 
 
 
 
I was asked one day where I kept all of my teapots and coffee pots from Hall's...well this is my collection on display...now this isn't all of them, they are on display all over the house, but this is were most of them are...
 
 
 
To get a better look at them, be sure and click on the pictures...
Please over look DH medicines, he doesn't have very many...it hurts to get old and have all kinds of medical problems.

HOPE YOU ENJOYED MY VINTAGE THINGIES! SEE YOU NEXT WEEK! FOR MORE WONDERFUL VINTAGE THINGIES VISIT COLORADO LADY

26 comments:

  1. I like the round roly poly shapes best.

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  2. I STOPPED COUNTING AT 40!!!

    I bet there are a lot more. Yr hooked on Hall's, Molly!!! They are going to have to invent a H.A. for you (Hall's Anonymous)!!!

    I love them all but that Aladdin's lamp really caught my eye.

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  3. I love tea pots...you have a huge collection!!!

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  4. What a wonderful way to display your collection! That Aladdin lamp teapot is just darling. I like all of them, they are so pretty. You have quiet a collection.

    Hugs to your hubby.....sorry he has to take so much medicine.....


    Have a great VTT and a wonderful weekend.

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  5. I've never seen so many teapots in all my life! I like the one with the windmill on it.

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  6. Good thing you have a big kitchen! Your collection is so wonderful...there just aren't words! I love the little Aladdin tea pot-too cute but my favorites (as I've said before) are the round, "plump" tea pots! and the handles-I'm crazy for all the different handles!

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  7. I wondered the same thing: where does she display all of her teapots? They look wonderful up there, above your cabinets, and it's the perfect spot for them! Today, my favorite is the windmill teapot!

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  8. You have the most wonderful collection and so lovely displayed. Do you know how many different styles there were of Hall teapots; you must have them all.

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  9. Hi Molly, I sent you an email about where to find the photo organizer...let me know if you didn't get the email.

    I love your teapot collection! And the way you have it displayed is adorable! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful collection! Nancy

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  10. That one gold one with the white lid is identical to the one that I have only mine is green. I need a lid for mine so if you happen to find an extra lid in your Hall's china searches, keep me in mind!
    Thanks for the great pictures. What a wonderful collection!
    Happy VTT
    Cathy

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  11. Totally in love with ALL of your teapots, what
    a grand collection! Displayed so lovely!

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  12. Hi Molly!
    Holy Moly, that is one large collection of tea pots, and I love their display area. They are just the right pop to the cabinets. SO precious. I love red, so the red ones caught my eye, but they are all beautiful. Country Hugs, Sherry

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  13. Great collection - so many ---wonder how long it takes to dust them all? YIKES!

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  14. The last one is my favorite...so pretty.

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  15. What a wonderful collection. I think the red one and pink one are my favorites..but it's hard to choose when they're all beautiful. Happy VTT..have a wonderful weekend.

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  16. I love Hall's teapots! Your kitchen is my idea of heaven. I especially love the cranberry colored one you have (if it's showing up the right color on my computer). I'm trying to limit myself to the small teapots these days.

    This is my favorite post today.

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  17. oooeee oooeeee oooeee - - - I just LOVE that soffit full of tea pots!

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  18. I don't believe I've ever seen so many in one place! What a good collector you are!

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  19. What a beautiful collection, Molly ... and it's nice to be able to display them so you can enjoy them every day.

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  20. OMGosh what an amazing display of teapots galore!!

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  21. I love vintage things. For awhile, I was collecting vintage pillow cases from EBay. Such pretty work some ladies did with the embroidery! Hope you're having a lovely week. ((Hugs))

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  22. Love the yellow teapot with the gold flowers I am in awe of your collection but very pleased that I'm not having to dust them!

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  23. I love the one with the windmill! WOW!

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  24. LOL, well ladies I don't dust them, being in the kitchen they get rather greasy, so 2 times a year they go in the dish washer, it takes all day to get them all run through. I do them around Spring cleaning time and then just before the Holidays, usually before Thanksgiving.
    Molly

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