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January 18, 2009


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Have just found your Blog, but enjoyed watching you arranging flowers on YouTube. Loving the transformation of the silver objects. My mother gave me all her family silver because I loved cleaning it so much as a child. It's not posh or expensive stuff, but the shapes are glorious, and the warm glow of old silver is just lovely. There is nothing better than seeing the sparkle emerge from the blackened surfaces simply by rubbing a bit! Its the classic genie-in-a-bottle thing: one day I'll rub and a genie WILL pop out!

Cheers to you, Eddie.

Hi eddie

Love sparkling old silver! Polishing it up --- not so much. But show me how, and I'll try it!

Thanks Eddie

Agreed, Eddie. But there is possibly nothing I dislike more than polishing silver though you would not know that from the amount of time I spend in that regard. I love, love, love the silver cabinet strips which keep out the tarnish. What a help!

I can't wait to see how it all turned out :)!

Oh yeah... I love finding old silver and polishing it up at home!!

so true! polishing up tarnished silver is definitely akin to finding a diamond in the rough!

I just discovered a crock full of old silver my husband purchased many years ago full of some of the greatest pieces. I can't wait to start polishing on them and do a tablescape for the blog.. I'm so glad you posted this, I unfortunately would have forgotten about a beautiful treasure..hugs ~lynne~

Eddie...I'll definitely be back. Polishing my silver has been on the back burner for too long! You must be a mind reader...‚ô•Rosemary

Can you come to Dallas! GOSH!

You blondes...always such a tease...


So true! I have a pile of silver (stuff my mom was getting ready to toss. Horror!) waiting to be polished. I'm a big fan of Wright's...which I used to buy at Linens N Things. Need to find a new supplier asap! :-) Can't wait to see what you've got up your sleeves...

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