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Vintage Libbey Aqua and Gold Pine Cone Glass Tumblers, Set of 6 Drinking Glasses

Mam-Maw also used these for her sweeeet iced tea on the rare occasions I remember her making it. She had a set of different sizes. I wonder if they were a prize from selling Stanley House Products. - Vintage Libbey Aqua and Gold Pine Cone Glass Tumblers, Set of 6 Drinking Glasses

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Vintage Libbey Aqua and Gold Pine Cone Glass Tumblers, Set of 6 Drinking Glasses

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Change the channel ... adjust the rabbit ears. Rabbit Ears

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There was a yellow step stool just like this one in their yellow kitchen. I can still here the steps squeek as they were unfolded from under the seat.

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The honeysuckle grew all around the house on the woven wire fence and over the front gate on a wagon wheel shaped support.

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Their front door had this kind of grille only with a different design. But it could be at their house looking out at that wooded view. At this angle you would have seen the yellow lawn swing sitting in that little grove of trees.

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Vintage Headboard Reading Lamp Clamp Light Retro Yellow

One on every bed in the house. Nothing beats the homey ambiance of a dark room with one of these things glowing over the bed. Vintage Headboard Reading Lamp

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Vintage Headboard Reading Lamp Clamp Light Retro Yellow

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One of these (just one) sat on a shelf above their huge kitchen stove. The lady wore a flamenco or carribean style dress on the outside but look on the inside and VA-VA, VOOM!

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This could be their front fence except for the missing iron wagon wheel trellis supporting the Honeysuckle over the gate. This is beautiful.

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Their house was faced with white ship-lap siding and black trim on window screens and screen doors. The simple wrought iron porch supports were yellow as was the lawn swing and all the lawn chairs. The front screen door had the grille with the bird pictured at the right of this image. It's one of the most iconic images on this board. That could be Mam-maw about to go through that door - coming home after delivering her Stanley House Products.

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My grandparents had these types of beds. It reminds me of visiting them when I was a kid. Miss them.

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