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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

"Sweet" Find

What's It Wednesday #187
Today I'm sharing a new find with you. I must confess I didn't know what it was at first, (Horrors!!!) but I went right to work doing my research.

It is petite in size, made of sterling silver, with a beautiful artwork border all around.

Just look at the pretty beaded trim and cute little claw feet.

It is what is known as a "sweetmeat" dish. They've been produced since the 18th century and were designed to hold small dessert treats such as sugared nuts and fruits. They can be found in various materials from porcelain to silver. Did you guess the "sweet" find?

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Unknown said...

Thank you so much for the party, ladies! I was assuming it held some sort of sweet delights but not sure which.

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

What a delightful little sweetmeat dish. Thank you for What's It Wednesday 187. Always a pleasure to visit and join in.

Sarah said...

I like your sweet find. You can fill this pretty with just about anything. '-)
Thanks for hosting.

Unknown said...

you have found a really lovely sweetmeat. i loveeeee sweets :-)
have a nice week
hugs kuni

Unknown said...

What a beautiful little dish - you find the most amazing treasures !
Thanks so much for the party ♥

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Patti, what a sweet little dish for sweets. So pretty and thanks for hosting this week..Happy Tuesday..Judy

Lori @ Dining Delight said...

Thank you for hosting this terrific party and for featuring my Fall Display on Window Table - I'm honoured to be chosen! That is a lovely "sweet meats" dish!

Deanies Stash said...

I did not know what it was but it is gorgeous!! Thanks for hosting each week.

Have a great week!


Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

What a pretty way to serve something sweet! Thank you for hosting. Hope you have a lovely week! xo Karen

Jill Harrison said...

sweet indeed! Have a great week.

Karen @ karensuponthehill said...

Beautiful features! Thanks for the party!

Alessandra said...

What an adorable sweetmeat! It' s very pretty and precious. My next post will deal with ferrero roches...

Anonymous said...

Hello, dear Ones! I'm so happy to get to come to your party this week. Lovely features as always and thank you for hosting.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Barbara @ 21 Rosemary Lane said...

I have never heard of a sweetmeat. What a darling piece. Thank you so much for the party and have a wonderful week!
XO Barbara

Unknown said...

What a beautiful find Patti! I just finished up polishing all my silver for the holidays.
Blessings to you dear one,

JP said...

That sure is one amazing bowl, Patti, lucky you! Thanks for the party!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Hi Patti, What a sweet little bowl. You have the most wonderful pieces. And no, I did not guess this one. :) Thanks for hosting!
Happy Wednesday!

xinex said...

Such an exquisite find!...Christine

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Thanks so much for hosting!! Great featured!!


Gail @Purple Hues and Me said...

Thanks so much for including my twisted foam flower among your lovely features! You have a stunning bowl there - in fact, all of your highlights are stunning! Thanks for sharing!

Tuula @ Thrifty Rebel Vintage said...

That is such a sweet little dish. Thanks so much for hosting! Love all the amazing features.

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

I wouldn't have know what that was learn something new everyday! Lovely features...thanks for hosting!

Curtains in My Tree said...

I like your sweet little silver footed dish, also your candy looks sweet in it also.
I just love some of the featured pictures, just gorgeous
Thanks for having this for us every week. I have been gone about 3 weeks but back
just to visit you

NanaDiana said...

I had no idea what that was!!!! BUT I love it! Happy week to you. xo Diana

Susie said...

I thought it was a candy dish, but wasn't sure. I love the looks of it. Hope you are doing well and enjoying your autumn season. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

Muscetta said...

Thank you for hosting. Have a nice rest of the week. Tina

Tarnished Royalty said...

They certainly had very specific uses for their dishes and utensils at that time! I love anything with cute little claw feet. Thank you for hosting another informative link up Patti! ~Ann

Parsimonious Décor Darling said...

I thought I would be for is gorgeous! You find some really beautiful pieces. I've missed it here, I need to do some major catch-up. :) Thank you for hosting!!

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Your little silver dish is so sweet and even sweeter because it holds candy! Thanks for the party!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Patti, You have so many beautiful things and your new piece is wonderful. I would love to go shopping in your house. Thank you for the feature!

Crystal said...

What a gorgeous little sweetmeat dish. I always learn something when I visit here! Thanks for hosting the party!

carol@The Red Painted Cottage said...

Thank you so very much for featuring my pumpkin pound cake with brown butter icing this week. I've been on vacation visiting my grandchildren in Texas all this week. It's been exhausting, but fun. Anyways, I always enjoy your features and look forward to your wonderful party. Thank you for hosting and I hope you have a wonderful week.

Cheryl said...

I had no idea what that beautiful dish was for! Thank you for the party and have a great week!

Oliva Ohlson said...

I didn't guess's a very pretty dish and I've seen one before. I love is claw feet. Great features as always!

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

So happy to be back partying with you! Thanks for hosting each week!!! Happy Fall!!!!

Julie said...

Such a pretty little dish, Patti. Thanks for the nice feature this week!

Amy at Ms. Toody Goo Shoes said...

So pretty! And, no, I didn't guess what it was!

Erlene said...

Thank you for the party!

Burlap Luxe said...

Hi Patti, don't you just love a great find and then to wonder what the piece may be only to be surprised in what it may be used for.
It's a pretty delicate silver serving dish, love that you have found a new use for it and many more I am sure.
You always find the most unique pieces to collect or add to your collections.
Your Fall party is a bit hit my dear, now I am off to try a do a little visiting.

See you soon :)


Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

I had never seen one of those dishes before. It's so pretty! What a find! xoxo Su

Kameel huise tussen spore said...

Hi Patti
What a lovely silver dish and thank for hosting a wonderful get together.
As always lots of blessings from South Africa

Debbie said...

Hi Patti....just love that new silver dish of yours. The claw feet would have called my name right off the bat! Great find!
Happy Friday!

Jeannie Marie said...

Hi Patti! It's nice to be back, I always love to see the newest treasure! This one is so elegant!

My thrift store addiction said...

You always find the most unique things! I wanted to invite you to share at our new link party, Vintage Charm on Thurs Oct 15! Blessings, Cecilia

Mustlovehome said...

Hi Beautiful, I love stopping by to party with you! It would be amazing if you would stop by our party, and share your favorite posts with us.The doors open every Thursday at 7PM at We Tweet, Pin and Post to Facebook every Feature! - Christine at Must Love Home

Ricki Treleaven said...

Patti, your find definitely is sweet! I wouldn't have guessed. I love the shape of it!

Denise said...

Love a sweet find! Thanks for linking up to Home Matters Party. #HomeMattersParty

Amber Lyon Ferguson said...

Thank you so much for the feature and for always sharing such fun finds!!!

Dee said...

I actually guessed right this rime. I was thinking it was a dish either for candy or jewelry. Blessings to you... :)

Mustlovehome said...

Hello Friend, You always have the best projects!!! Thank you for sharing at the Friday Favorites Link Party! Please join us again to share what you have been working on this week. Hugs - Christine at Must Love Home

Lou Lou Girls said...

Hello cute lady! I love stopping by your party each week! We would love to party with you twice this week. so please stop by our party that goes until Friday at 7 pm. We pin and tweet every masterpiece! Lou Lou Girls

Pura Vida said...

I love your silver Brandi

Jennifer@MyFlagstaffHome said...

What a cute little silver dish! Thanks for sharing at My Flagstaff Home!


Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

I didn't know what it was either, but it sure is pretty! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

على محمد said...

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شركة رش مبيدات بالاحساء
شركة رش مبيدات بالدمام
شركة رش مبيدات بالقطيف
شركة مكافحة حشرات بالخبر
شركة مكافحة حشرات بالجبيل
شركة مكافحة حشرات بالاحساء
شركة مكافحة حشرات بالقطيف

monaser said...

اسعار الصبات الخرسانية بالرياض

يقدم المصنع حواجزه الخرسانية وغيرها من المنتجات بأسعار مذهلة، وذلك لأن مسئولي المصنع يهدفون إلى تقديم أفضل المنتجات لحماية سلامة الأفراد والمنشآت بسعر يناسب الجميع

يقدم المصنع صبات خرسانية جديدة، مثل الحواجز الخرسانية، وحواجز الطرق الخرسانية سابقة الصب، والحواجز الصخرية، وحواجز الصوت على الطرق السريعة، وحواجز صوت الجسر، وحواجز الطرق، والحواجز المقاومة للماء، وحواجز المطارات، وحواجز الأمن القوية، أحواض زهرة الأسمنت، والمصدات نيوجرسي. كروت تجميلية للطرق.

يقدم المصنع بالرياض أسعار المصنع تنافسية، فهي تناسب جميع الفئات في الرياض حتى يستمتعون بمميزات وعروض المصنع في المملكة العربية السعودية.
منتجات اسمنتية
منتجات مصنع صبات خرسانية بالرياض

حواجز أمني وصبات الخرسانة في نيو جيرسي.

الأحواض الخرسانية ومراكن خرسانية وأحواض الزراعة.
قواعد أعمدة الإنارة.
صبات وقواعد خرسانية.
كراسي خرسانية ومقاعد اسمنتية وكراسي حدائق
جميع أشكال ومقاسات مصدات سيارات والمصدات التجميلية وكور اسطوانية دائرية.
غرف التفتيش بجميع أنواعها وأحجامها للكهرباء والهاتف والمياه ومنهول صرف.
سلات مهملات خرسانية حاويات خرسانية.
سياج حدائق خرسانية، سياج كورنيش خرساني، سياج رصيف خرساني
أحواض خرساني مغسلة حديقة
صب الحواجز الخرسانية للبيع بالرياض
منتجات خرسانية
هناك أنواع عديدة من صب الحواجز الخرسانية، من أبرزها “نيوجيرسي” ، والتي تستخدم لفصل الطرق أو رسم مسارات المرور وبالمثل يمكن استخدام حاجز نيوجيرسي لحماية الناس من خطر الانحراف عن السيارات، وكذلك لحماية المنشآت.

تُستخدم صب الحواجز نيوجيرسي لفصل منطقة عن أخرى، أو للممرات المباشرة، وتُستخدم أيضًا كبنية تحتية في المدن الكبيرة، ويمكن صبها ميكانيكيًا أو تصنيعها في ورش التحضير، حواجز الطرق في نيوجيرسي قوية جدًا، لذا يمكن استخدامها في المناطق الصحراوية الحارة، لأن هذه المناطق غالبًا ما يتم حفرها واستكشافها، وبعضها قريب من الطرق، لذلك هناك حاجة إلى صب حواجز للطرق خرسانية قوية مثل حواجز نيوجيرسي.

الرياض مدينة سكنية محاطة بالمباني السكنية والمرافق العامة، ويوجد على الحدود مناظر صناعية، لذلك يجب استخدام حواجز خرسانية مختلفة لحماية الأفراد من مخاطر الحوادث المرورية من خلال الاستعانة بنا.

يوجد العديد من أنواع المصدات الخرسانية القوية التي ينتجها مصنع صبات خرسانية في الرياض لها استخدامات متنوعة، لأن هذه المصدات تستخدم في الكباري ذات الشقوق أو والتصدعات في الشوارع، فهي ليست فقط أمور أساسية في أنفاق الطرق أو الكباري نظرًا لاستخدامها لعزل جزء من النفق الذي يحتاج إلى الإصلاح، فإن الطلب على الحواجز الخرسانية هو أحد أسس الطريق.

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EL-Nawasany said...

استمع إلى سيارتك. انتبه لأي ضوضاء جديدة وغير طبيعية. الخشخيشات والاهتزازات هي علامات لأعطال ميكانيكية أو أجزاء مهترئة. انتبه للروائح غير العادية. قد تكون رائحة كبريتيد الهيدروجين ناتجة عن ضرر داخلي لألواح البطارية. قد تكون رائحة الغاز في السيارة بمثابة تسرب للوقود.

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