Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Tuesday Display Chain ~ PATINA!!!

Sadly, this is the last Tuesday Display Chain for a while...
Thank you, sweet Misi (of 1890 Gable House Musings), for the fun while it lasted.
 

This week's theme: Patina
Ahhhh...I love me my patina.
It soothes my soul like a rich, healing, balm.
Glorious, beautiful, patina.  Great choice Misi...only problem was, I had a hard time stopping.  So, a great number of photos...but, thankfully for you, few words are required.

The patina of stoneware:


 The patina of metal:



   
The patina of wood:










The patina of leather:
 

 
 
The patina of printed pages:

 
   
The patina of stone:

   

The patina of my ancestors:
 

  

The patina of my childhood:
    



The patina that still holds my heart:

 Click HERE to be magically transported to the beginning of the chain at 1890 Gable House Musings and to see the "patinas" of the other chain gang members. 

27 comments:

frontporchprims said...

Ah Robin. I knew you would make me cry. Your life is filled with the most beautiful Patina I have ever seen. I am blessed to have found your wonderful blog and even more blessed to call you a friend. Thanks for filling my day with something deeper that what the world has to offer. -Steph-

Penny said...

I agree with frontporchprimitives.... your post is just lovely, and the last pic touched my heart. Those hands look like those of my 83 year old mom..... Although her's are a little more crippled up, they are beautiful.... just as those hands are in your photo.
All of your choices for patina are wonderful!! Love them all, and I know that your home must be a wonderland of prim goodness!! Wish I lived closer.... I might just be knocking on your door right now!!
Have a fabulous day,
Penny

Susannah said...

Sincerely beautiful! Each photo touched my heart.....and reminded me of my family and our legacy, too. Thank you. This was wonderful.....especially the hands. I can remember each set of my 4 grandparents hands.

Nancy said...

Sad to see it's ending. I enjoyed seeing all the photos. The hands touched my heart and thought of Mom. Have a cackle today my friend.

Robyn ♥ said...

LOVELY LOVELY Patina! Those headstones are AMAZING!! Aged leather is one of my favs. I can't get enough of your toy tops!! LOVE!!!
Beautifly done my friend!

prims by olde lady morgan said...

Robin,

WOW! awesome!!! Your mom's hands the best! LOVE!!!! Your knack for bring it all together pricless! See Lil crow is on the mend.. hope all is well and all fingers crossed this works! OLM

1890* said...

Patina Splendor! ..You really got me with those hands! *Tissues please!
Wonderful photography too.. i felt i could reach out and touch the leather or rub that awesome head stone!
Thank you for sharing along with the chain so faithfully sweet friend!
{{HUGS}}

Primitive Stars said...

Hello Robin..love the the prim patinas....so many wonderful goodies you showed with all the different patinas, the beautiful hands are the best patina...how sweet...Blessings Francine.

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Be Still my heart ~ all such Wonderful and Beautiful patina.
My favorite ~ the Beautiful hands of your Mom.
Thanks for showing all your wonderful wares.
Prim Blessings Friend
Robin

Frieda said...

Absolutely beautiful photos. Each one is more special than the last.

Raymond Homestead said...

What a beautiful post!

The Country Nest said...

Wow! What beautiful patina, each and every one. I see you saved the best for last. What a great picture....I would love to have a picture of my Mom's hands...other than the only one left in my mind. You truly brought me to tears.
Just simply wonderful.
Hugs,
Donna

A Primitive Place ~ Tammy said...

Wonderful patina photos.
Tam

Rugs and Pugs said...

Robin ~
Loved all the pics but that last one brought a tear to the eye. Very poignant.
Pug hugs :)
Lauren

Prims By The Water said...

Awesome...that one headstone..did you really have an ancestor hanged? So touching to see your mom's hands too. Take care my friend! Janice

Mary said...

Oh Robin..We have alot in common with our mothers and their health issues. This post was so beautiful. I cried and cried. Thank you for sharing a lovely tribute.

Beckyjean said...

Wonderful patinas Robin.

Have a good evening~Becky

BumbleBeeLane said...

Beautiful Robin.Loved your momma's hands.Warm Blessings!~Amy

Janet-Olde Crow Primitives said...

Great pictures. I enjoying them.
Have a wonderful day.
Janet

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Girl ~ I think you caught it from A-Z~ so much Patina~
Beautiful picks!!
smiles & hugs
Teresa

Jan - Life on Buttermilk Hill said...

Gorgeous pics--each and every one could be a card...looks like a lot of thought went into the placement of each object with beautiful backgrounds. And your mom's hands...a fitting ending to a post of treasures...... sniffling here...Jan

marly said...

One of your best.

*Kountry*Porch*Primitives* said...

Beautiful, your posts still don't come up on my sidebar. I found this on another blog....lucky me!! ~Kriss~

Vicki said...

All I can say for this post is just beautiful! Loved it and Thank You for sharing.

Mugwump Woolies said...

Oh my feathered friend, what lovely pics! The solitary crock is my fav...so pure and simple. The hands are so very beautiful! I am so grateful to have taken pics of my mother's hands before she was gone. One day I pulled out the camera and took many shots of just her hands...and then, shots of her hands with Annie's and my hands as well. Love that I have them.
Thanks for always making me smile when you visit my blog...you give me a boost...often when I really need one :)
Robyn

Anna Hanley said...
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Anna Hanley said...

Good Morning, OMG, Awesome! Blessings, Anna