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What to do with Grandma's silver?

por Dianna Crider (2020-07-08)


Property Brothers: What he didn't tell her was that he teamed up with Drew and Jonathan Scott, a.k.a. The Property Brothers, to turn this outdated condo into a modern 'forever home' in just five short weeks

Jonathan adds he knows his stuff and half the stuff from the design were his ideas, as Jeremy jokes Jonathan has maybe a good eye but he's lazy, before adding he's a good guy and he's 'crushing' the renovation as they go to commercial.

Kitchen sink: She said that was the sink she wanted and Jeremy brings up that she bathed all her kids in the sink as she says she never dropped him as Drew jokingly picks up Jeremy to 'bathe' him in the sink

It might have been because she had first given it to her son, my father. My mother used that silver for special family dinners - Thanksgiving and Christmas. When my wife and I took over those get togethers, it was natural to pass the silver to us and we have had it ever since.

If the front has panels which come out, you can add mirrors. This would also be nice in a little girl's room. We all know how much little girls love to dance in front of a mirror and look at themselves.

GW: I was very proud of my men in the Army.  Those stuck with me through thick and thin. We proved that the less trained and less equipped army could win the war against the better trained and better equipped army.  Like I said earlier, Americans lost more battles than won.  But, we still won the war.  The British found it difficult to control all of North America's 13 colonies with the resources they had.  They had to get supplies from Britain, which was 3,000 miles away for all these years.  In the end, we won the war because we convinced them that they couldn't win.  I credit our people's indomitable spirit for victory.

Oh, how well I can relate! As an only child, I have ALL of my parent's "stuff," yes, including the silverware from both sides of the family! Though they have been gone 20+ years, I still struggle with the final disposition of it all. It is only after all these years that I have finally gained enough emotional distance to part with some of it.

wonderful ideas to re-use :) i've been keeping my eyes open for armoires in our area...i think it would be kind of neat to use one or two in the kitchen as "cabinets" when we get to that part of our project ;) really nice hub & great pics!

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This hub is about the ways you can rework old armoires or television cabinets as they're often called. We have four of these tall old cabinets in our house and one in the barn. We still have old televisions so we use ours. Many of the new flat screen television don't fit into them. What can you do with the old ones? Here are a few suggestions.

GW: Certainly.  My army was not well trained.  Not well equipped.  Not well paid.  It seemed that I spent more time pleading my soldiers to stay in the army and pleading to the Continental Congress to give us more supplies than actual fighting in the battle fields.  At times, it was very trying.  The winter spent in Valley Forge was one of the most difficult.

Somehow my wife and I ended up with my grandmother's silverware. That seemed a bit odd to me at the time because I have two sisters and there was also her daughter's children who could have received it.

Press: General, thank you for your time today.  It is an honor to have this opportunity to ask you about the war that ended with America's gaining independence from the U.K.  First of all, what's your immediate plan?

The high price of silver as a metal makes it annoying in another way. None of us really like having it around, because we are afraid of theft. At the current price of silver, there is a fair amount of money sitting in that box. That's why it gets shuffled around.

Use one in a little girl's room put in all her dress up clothes. Make it hers by adding stick-on flowers or if you can paint even better. It will hold all her jewels, tutus, crowns, mom's old heels, hats and fairy wings. A little girl would love something like this and it would hide away the clutter.

They bring in the construction crew to complete the demolition and have to build temporary support beams while Jeremy is filming something and Drew is shopping for cabinets, so Jonathan is putting the massive support beam.

Some of it is older, though, and not engraved. For example, the unidentified piece below is part of it. I'm told this is probably early American "coin silver" - that is, .800 fine (80% silver). The two six pointed stars surrounding an eagle are referred to as "pseudo marks" because no official authority guaranteed the assay. I've posted that picture at several boards and also emailed it to a few dealers, but so far no one has been able to tell me anything more about it. I wish I had thought to ask my grandmother while she was still alive, but it may be too old for her to have known its provenance.

Renner, 49, had already told his mother Valerie, who raised Jeremy and the rest of her kids in Modesto, California that he had picked up this condo for her in Woodland Hills, California, so she could be closer to her kids and grandkids in Los Angeles.

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