Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Let's Talk Vintage! #73: A Garden of Vintage Rose Prints

 
 
Welcome to Let's Talk Vintage!
This is a great place to visit, beginning
every Tuesday morning at 9 EST.
 
Link up or just sit back with
your morning coffee and
check out all of the vintage
goodness we have here!

Link as much as you'd like.
So far, there's plenty of room
for your vintage inspired projects,
collections, heirlooms, latest
finds, you name it! You can even
link up items you sell.
 

This week, since it
is the beginning of March , I'm 
sharing some lovely lithographs
from an early, turn of the century,
 gardening reference book.

 
The front cover, tiny print,
 reads :  Copyright 1911
by United Lithograph Co.
Rochester, NY.
Go Rochester!




While the book contains all
kinds of plants drawn by
artists, these pictures are  
gorgeous and my favorites.
 
 
Such beauty!
 
Such talent!
 


This page is a stunner as well.


Each rose has a name with
a description.


As the title of these page reads:
GENUINE BEAUTIES


Indeed they are!

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Now for this week's features:



Sarah of Sadie Seasongoods created a ring
organizer out of an old cigar box!
So charming and functional!


Cynthia of View From a Garden
shared some amazing photos
of 1920's accessories.
These peacock feather fans
are stunning!


Dianne of Deanies Stash shared
her favorite chalk paint
with us and some of her
new projects.


And I love, love, love Cecilia's film reel
photo frame project. Hop over when you
get a chance to My Thrift Store Addiction
and check it out!

 
Remember, if you were featured,
you can right click and save this
"LTV Feature" button to use
on your blog post or side bar.

Thanks so much to everyone who
posts each week and also to
those who faithfully read about
all of this vintage creativity!

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Now It's Your Turn:
 
 



Joining these awesome blog parties:

16 comments:

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Hi Jillian! Your reference book is a good one to have huh? Such beautiful works of art, so glad you shared this with us.
I love Cynthia's ostrich feather fans too, so romantic!
Thanks so much for hosting and have a wonderful week!
Gina

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Oh, forgot to mention my Nippon plate on my party link...look familiar? :)

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

What a beautiful post!! Thanks so much for hosting!!

Hugs,
Deb

Anne's Attic - Design said...

Love love your features! Thank you for hosting. You book is amazing and so very old and beautiful a treasure for sure. xx Jo

Victorian1885 said...

Hello Jillian
Thank you for hosting this party. I love my visits to your Blog!

Cynthia said...

Oh my gosh! Thank you for featuring me, Jillian. As a newbie blogger, I am very honored! Now, I'll have to get cracking on some more posts. Have a great day.

Diana Petrillo said...

Love your gorgeous lithographs, Jill :) Thanks so much for the party. Hope the rest of your week is great--

Deanies Stash said...

Jill, thank you for the feature. It is an honor. Thank you for hosting. I look forward to this link-up each week.

xo Dianne

Sharon @ Blue Willow House said...

Love your post and thank you for hosting.

Victoria said...

That little floral book is beautiful!!! Everything was so beautifully made back in the day! Looks like your linky party is doing awesome Jillian, yay you!!!

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

The lithographs are beautiful! I am proud to say I am from Rochester!! Hurry up Spring so we can see those beautiful flowers in person.

Anne's Attic - Design said...

Hi Jillian, I love the vintage rose. Thank you for sharing it at SYC!
xx Jo

My thrift store addiction said...

Hi Jillian! I've been on a junkin' trip, so I'm late but thanks so much for featuring my vintage movie reel frame!

Sharon @ Blue Willow House said...

Jill, thank you for sharing your beautiful post with us at Vintage Charm!

Art and Sand said...

Your book has beautiful vintage prints.

Thanks for sharing at SYC.

Jann Olson said...

Oh gosh Jillian, the flower images are gorgeous! I love botanicals! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann