I am starting today's post with some pictures of a cup and saucer set that seem quite appropriate for January. The set is called "Winter" and is made by Duchess China. It is so pretty and I think it definitely lives up to its name.
CLICK HERE for an interesting website that tells a bit about it and its history and then there is a link to the actual modern day website for Duchess China.
I wish now I had taken some pictures of the whole floors full (there were three floors) but I didn't. I did take a few pictures of individual ones. I will show them in a bit.
The building was old, and if someone had the money to restore it, it would be amazing. Mostly now it is so full of the record players you could barely see the beauty that was hidden. There had to be 50 or so very vintage and antique record players on each floor. And interspersed were boxes full of old vinyl records.
It was very cold.... inside and out but that didn't stop us. I did however wish I had had the forethought to bring myself some hot tea in a thermos to ease the cold.
Here are pictures of a few of the older Edison Brand players........
He also had a record player that I liked but he seemed reluctant to talk about selling it. So I didn't take a picture. But the discussion will just be tabled for another day. I just imagine sitting in my living room and listening to old records playing on it.... Who knows............
The drive home was pleasant as the car heated up and we began to thaw out..............
I hope you enjoyed our little adventure. There are amazing treasures out there if you just ask around. And it was a fun and rather different way to spend a very cold winter day.
I hope you will all visit me again next week. You just never know what I will be showing. Or talking about.
I am joining with the following Tea Parties and blog parties.
These may not be available every week so check to be sure.
Hope you will visit them too.