VINTAGE THINGIE THURSDAY
I'm getting to really love this weekly feature. It's making me realize some of the treasures I have right under my nose. This week I'd like to share with you a pettipoint chair that my mother, Rita gave me...and before that it was my grandmothers. Not only was it my grandmother's before Rita, but I believe she bought it at an antique auction.
This chair currently resides in the home of my Middle Daughter, aka JJ's mom. It's in my son-in-law's War Room. That is a subject for another day. But the chair is highly visible to visitors from the entry way.
The upholstery is original and NO ONE CAN SIT ON IT. A lesson my poor son-in-law learnt the first time he tried to put his cute buns in the chair.
The wood is carved with detail. I love this chair. So does my daughter...because I gave it to her...but it's still mine until the day I die. Don't tell her I said that.
If you'd like to participate in Vintage Thingie Thursday, hop on over to Confessions of an Apron Queen and add your name and link to the list then post your Vintage Thingie on your site for everyone to come see.