> hey what's for dinner mom?: The Penny Worthy Project

10.01.2011

The Penny Worthy Project




 Can you read what this label says? I can't.



I can't make out the name, I'd love to do some research on this awesome little trivet.

See? Small



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this can handy trivet can handle any dish you need it to. I had to have this not only because  it's cute and completely functional, but ALSO because I caught one of my trivets on fire a few weeks back and was down one. I needed one and I found one, funny how that works. Now if you all just get your eyes in gear to figure out that label I'd appreciate it.

I started cleaning up the house from the depths of disgusting summer dirtiness and decorating for fall. Every thing I put up was thrifted.



 I love the bean pot my husband gave me, I haven't used it yet but I'm appreciating it. The foliage is even thrifted. DO you clean during the summer? I don't and my house needs a deep thorough cleaning.






Peace and Love--



12 comments :

  1. Wait, wait, just how did the trivet catch on fire again? Hee. Love the bean pot too, I think you should get all frenchy and make cassoulet this year.

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  2. To me, the label looks like "Fred Roberts Company"

    It's very cool!

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  3. After googling the name, I'm pretty sure that's right. Fred Roberts Company was a ceramics importer in San Francisco; they seemed to do a lot with ceramics out of occupied Japan.

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  4. Looks like the crinkled up left side might say "San Francisco" also.

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  5. I can make out Fred Roberts Company - not what's on the crinkled side. The center says Made in Japan I'm pretty sure.

    LOVE the adjustable trivet!! How clever!

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  6. Totally!! I can see it now--I had convinced myself that the FRE was Separate from the DROBETS...ahhahaha when I decide something it's hard to see it any other way!!

    Thanks so much!!!

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  7. The bean pot is lovely, do hop eyou get to use it a lot more now.

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  8. I love the bean pot, such a perfect color for a long winter! Cleaning and organization is at the forefront of things to do around here.

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  9. All I can make out is "Fredroberis Compa--". I hope you find what it is, it's cute and practical.

    And yep, these parts need CLEANING! Luckily I work from home now, so I'll be able to do just that! Excitement :) Good luck getting your home in order, too.

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  10. Thank you so much for hosting! Wanted to let you know we've started a new thrifty link up over at Cap Creations. We'd love for you and your readers to join us! http://blog.capscreations.com/search/label/this%20my%20friend%20is%20what%20I%20love%20about%20the%20thrift%20store

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