Wednesday, May 23, 2012

German Bread Boards & A Winner

 

Hey my friends, I’m happy you’re stopping in today :)

Welcome to all my new followers, I’m so glad you are here!

And I’m thrilled to announce the Buckets of Burlap Facebook Page

reached 1000 likes this weekend…WOW!!

Thanks so much for following along :)

bucket in blue cupboard

I’ve been very fortunate to come across a couple of antique

bread boards.  I love the detail and craftsmanship of these

antique boards, and added them to my growing collection.

The vendor told me they were from Germany…

what do you know about these??

bread boards

I’m blown away by the response to my last giveaway, thank

you to all who entered, followed, and shared :)

You are all precious to me & I appreciate each of you!

And the winner of the FOLK magazine giveaway is comment #24

(Anne said... 24 )

who happens to have a beautiful blog, White Lace Cottage

Congratulations Anne! 

 

Hopefully after the weekend, the kitchen will be ready for the reveal :)

Blessings

26 comments:

Sandi said...

Congratulations to Anne!! I am sure she is thrilled!

Nice old breadboards too!!
Blessings~

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

Congratulations to Anne. The photos of the lovely bucket and bread boards are lovely. We have a great Pioneer Village in Toronto, Ontario and the 'townspeople/staff' make things from the era, including bread boards similar to those. All carved by hand with tools pioneers used and with 'bread' or a wedding date etc. on them. They are custom order and quite expensive. I love that yours look like they have seen many years of use and could very well be authentic.

Spring Hill Farm said...

I love your bread boards. I have one myself. I also have a bread knife with the word "bread on it just like the boards. They do come from Germany and England I believe. Great find!

Anne said...

Becky,
I am so elated thank you!!!
And I LOVE those bread boards.I have not come across any that detailed.Wow are those cool.
((Hugs))
Anne

Linda said...

OMG! I had seen bread boards like that At Cookstown Antiques Market this past weekend.
I picked it up and there was no price.
Each booth is independent so there wasn't anyone there that could help me.
Too bad I would have bought it.

Wendy said...

Congratulations on all your followers! Can't wait to see your kitchen. eek! ♥

pballard said...

Congrats to Anne.. Love her blog also.. Love the cutting boards...

WhiteWhispers2u said...

I too have a love for breadboards.You have a very nice collection yourself~Cheers Kim

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Love, love, love the bread boards. A great find.
I lived in Germany for several years. The German word for bread is brot. I am thinking they are English and again very lovely.

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Congratulations Anne!!!

I cannot wait to see your kitchen!! I adore everything that you do!

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

Congratulations to Anne!!~
Love your bread boards Becky and your home is always stunning!!~
Have a lovely day.
Sincerely,
Melinda

ashley said...

I love the bucket and flowers in the first picture and your bread boards.

Chrissy...The Apothecary Shop said...

All I know about them is that I love them!!! I am so happy...went to Christie's Antique show this weekend....and I got 3 of them...a grain sack and stood right beside Sarah Richardson & Tommy....does it get any better than that!!!! Talk soon,x0x0

Vintage Gal said...

Love bread boards. Your collection is fantastic. Congrats to Anne ;-)

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Monica Hart said...

Love your old worn breadboards...just wonderful! Collect them too! Congrats on your FB page, I can see why! Monica

The Vale Group said...

Congrats to the winner,I also wanted to have a bread boards.Hope that next time I can also be a candidate for selection.

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