Friday, 6 December 2013

Grey Dey Thursdey, a little bit late

I was sorting through some gorgeous old braids and trims I had brought back from France after the summer and I came across some rather exquisite 19th Century French silk and metal braids. One of those braids is the most gorgeous taupe-y grey, so I thought I would show you this one for Petite Michelle Louise's Grey Dey Thursdey -






Hop over to Michelle's blog and check out all the other beautiful and elegant greys!

Toodlepip xxx

12 comments:

Kelly_Deal said...

Beautiful trim Liz!

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

I believe I just "sighed" at the sight of that braid - sumptuous!
Wishes
Lynne

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

That's just gorgeous, Liz. What a wonderful find.
Have a happy weekend!
Hugs,
Julia

suziqu's thread works said...

Oh Liz such exquisite old taupe braid.
I've never seen any braid so beautiful and you have displayed it so elegantly against that stunning dressing table silver plated mirror - also exquisite!
Thinking of you as we watch the cricket over here!
Big hugs,
Suzy

Dorthe said...

OHHHH Liz, those trims looks as they came straight from the court of Marie Antoinette ...how stunning they are...
wish you a lovely weekend dear .
x-hugs
Dorthe

Asht said...

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Can I speak about your blog on mine in " a sunday a blog"
Thanks and happy to meet you
Have a good day

Rhonda said...

I love your late post, gives me something to ooh and aah about this cold Sunday morning!!

Wendy AppleApricot said...

Gorgeous, wow so beautiful... It truly is exquisite, a true treasure. Beautiful muted tones too and so well combined with the gorgeous silver tray. Hugs

Mom E. said...

That is completely gorgeous silver braid....and in such excellent condition...I need to start creating! Smile big now, at that comment!
Hugs,
Betsy

Mom E. said...

I just keep coming back to look at this braid...It is gorgeous!
hearts,
Betsy

Konok Kausik said...

wow its so nice,
Clipping Path

The Speckled Hen Cottage said...

The braid is exquisite!!! What a wonderful find.