Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Poppy Candle with Tin/Holder ~~ Warm Heart Wednesday No. 013

I like old things, I hope to show a bunch of old stuff that I have around the house by the time I get to the end of my Warm Heart Wednesday postings.

This is a "Poppy" Candle Holder that I found when I unpacked.  It must have belonged to Mom but I can't remember ever seeing it before.  It would make a good Valentine.

The candle is center top in the picture above (the wick is melted into the top surface).  It fits into the bottom side of candle tin.  Close the lid for storage and I suppose for snuffing the candle out also.

I couldn't find one like it on line but there were other bits of Poppy ware.   Antiques Road Show would probably say "Two Bucks" but I won't ever be able take it there.  I wouldn't sell it for $2.00 either.

Have you ever seen one like this?
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Hello, it is a pretty candle holder. I love the Poppies! Enjoy your day and the week ahead!
I haven''t seen one like that - but it is lovely - and nice to hold something your mother held dear and saved.

I've not seen a candle like this before. How cute though. I wouldn't sell it either.

Have a fabulous day. ☺
Poppies always make me think of Veterans Day. Maybe it had something to do with that? I'm like you. I put a lot of value on sentimental things that might not have much value to someone else. Those kind of things are priceless.
That is such a cute candle holder.
I haven't seen one like that before. It's very cute. You certainly can't put a price on memories.
I haven't seen one like that, and it's charming. (I like old things, too!)

Jim, I've never seen one like that before. It looks like a sweet find, though.

And how wonderful that it might have been your Mom's.

Thanks for warming my heart with this priceless find!


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