Thursday, August 11, 2011

Antique Berry Crate

Hey my friends!

I found an antique berry crate with baskets at a local Antique Mall.

berry crate handle

I have had my heart set on finding one.  And there it was!  Waiting for me…

cherry preserves on toast

The little berry baskets are very unique, and I’m sure would look great holding any type of berry.

berry baskets

close up cherries

cherries in basket

But I had cherries on hand, and some delicious cherry preserves :)



It’s Farmhouse Friday over at Laurie Anna's, so I’m joining in the fun.

berry crate

I hope you have a lovely weekend!  Thanks so much for stopping in to visit me today!  You girls make my day :)


Becky C


Miss Kitty said...

Your photographs are just amazing! I have never ever seen that type of carrier with baskets. It is just charming. I'll bet it is hard to find those with all the pieces together.

Sweet Young Journey said...

Oh, I love your little berry crates! So sweet!
Beautiful photos, Becky!
Have a great weekend!
xo Cheryl

raggygirlvintage said...

What a charming crate, made all the more yummy by your cherries and preserves!

Bella said...

Hi Becky,
Great find, all complete! Your photos are beautiful:-)

sissie said...

Very sweet! I love your berry basket and your photos. We have wooden berry baskets at the shop and they sell like hot cakes! One of the dealers was lucky enough to find a farmer that had a barn load and she bought them all.


Honey at 2805 said...

Such cute little berry crates. Haven't seen any in a long time. As usual, you photography is stunning!

Rozmeen said...

Hi Becky,

I just love the way you decorate!! Soo inspiring as always!

xoxo Rozmeen

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

Love, love, love it Becky!!
I have been wanting one of these for a while as well. You home is just turning out so beautifully!
Have a wonderful weekend.

Amy Kinser said...

Your crate is awesome, girl! I love it with the cherries.

Your photos are gorgeous and just pop off the page.

I remember those cherry preserves...

Miss Gracie's House said...

It's always a great day when you find what you go hunting for! CUTE!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Becky Sweetie...
How gorgeous is this beautiful berry crate with baskets still in tact. I love it, and with the cherries filled inside. Your photos are absolutely divine. I love seeing this aged as it is. Love, LOVE, LOVE it. Thank you so much for sharing with me. I will continue on looking for mine as well. One day I may be lucky too. You finding one gives me hope.

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Thank you sweetie for a wonderful post. I love it. Have a glorious weekend. Country hugs from Phoenix, Sherry

Shanon at Vintage Sparkle Chic said...

This makes me want to go make toast with jam! Love it! What a find your treasure was!


BECKY said...

Love this, Becky! It is so down home!! You do a fabulous job with your photos! Such wonderful eye candy!

Thanks for sharing!

Okio B Designs said...

What a great find! Yummy - now I'm in the mood for fresh cherries!


LaurieAnna's Vintage Home said...

Becky, your photos are so wonderful that I can almost taste those berries! Love your berry crate too....aren't those wonderful for decorating? Hope to see you soon my friend...thanks for linking up to Farmhouse Friday! xoxo LaurieAnna

Vintage Gal said...

Oh my gosh ~ how sweet is that? The cherry preserves look absolutely yummy ~ mmmm can taste it with a great cup of tea ;-)

Debra Hall said...

Wow! Thanks for coming to visit my new blog! Your photographs are simply amazing...boy, do I have a lot to learn! Love your post.... ;) I'll be back!

Samantha said...

So happy to find your blog via The Old Painted Cottage. I'd love to know some good local sources for vintage finds. The places I've shopped in the past have closed. I finally visited Canton and Laurie Anna's (love!) but some more local places to shop would be great. I look forward to exploring your blog further.

Pearlie Mcilvaine said...

Those antique berry crates look beautiful. We rarely see wooden berry crates with a design like that. Usually, they’re made of pulp and plastic. Nice find!

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