Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Roos and Hens

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I am not a collector by nature.  I only collect salvaged wood picture frames, MacKenzie-Childs, and books.  But I do enjoy seeing what others collect, and I had no idea that so many folks collect roosters and hens.  Shelia is hosting a roo and hen party, and I thought I would share with you mine. It is not a collection, more like a set of:  2.  Yes, I am definitely hen and rooster challenged!

My set includes:


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A MacKenzie-Childs hen casserole, and



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an Italian rooster pitcher.



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That's it!

Please join Shelia's party here and see all the fun rooster and hen collections.  I might have found something new to collect!


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Until next time...

Blessings!
Ricki Jill

21 comments:

  1. Oggi nei blog,ci sono tanti galli e galline.Bello il tuo post,baci,Rosetta

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  2. Love your rooster pitcher. So fun!

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  3. HI Ricki! Oh, my two will do! I love the MC tureen! Never seen anything like it and if you ever tire of it - just call me! ;)
    You Rooster pitcher is darling! I have a set of 3 just like it that we bought in Rome years ago!
    Thank you so much for coming to my party.
    You are a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  4. I love your little vignette! Very pretty and homey. Great job! Cheers!

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  5. Me too, I a bit roo and chick challenged myself.But this was fun,and they sure are very popular.I love the two you have.
    ~Jo
    LazyonLoblolly

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  6. You have cute roos & hens Ricki! Don't feel bad though, I have none!!! I did have a few, but I sold them in my garage sale a couple of years ago. Silly me.

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  7. I have the baby to your rooster pitcher. No kidding and it was brought to me from Italy. How funny. Love your casserole.

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  8. Love the MacKenzie-Childs hen casserole!
    Will you let me know what you think of Paris Wife. I need a new book to read!
    xo
    Caroline

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  9. Really, really cute... I like them a lot!
    Love, Lorraine

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  10. well they might not be many but they are very pretty,

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  11. Oh so pretty! You might just have 2 but they are so precious. Love the MacKenzie oval covered dish. BTW, you inspired me to post my foyer so I just did. Stop by again when you have a chance. Thanks!..Christine

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  12. Your two are just perfect. I love MC pieces.

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  13. Very cute. My Mom collected roosters and hens. :)

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  14. What fun pieces! Love how colorful they are! Thanks for sharing.

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  15. How cute!! I love MC and two of anything is a perfect collection to me!

    XO,
    Jane

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  16. If your Italian pitcher comes up missing, DO NOT come looking for me. That is sooooo cute.

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  17. You might not have many but what you do have is SO cute!

    Thanks for your sweet comment from earlier. :)

    Kelly

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  18. So cute - I thought Mackenzie Childs right away. I don't own any, but I think it is delicious!

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  19. Love your fledgling rooster collection, everyone has to start somewhere don't they?
    Maggie

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  20. Your have two of the best ~ MacKenzie-Childs and Italian. ;-)
    I actually have the chicken casserole too. It was the first serving piece I purchased in MKC. There is a cute pitcher in that pattern too. Have you seen it? My Italian roo is also exactly like the one you have. I purchased it while on vacation in Italy and carried him home in my bag. ;-)
    Always fun to see your table with your Taylor pieces.

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