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5 file(s) - Uploaded by: grindstonemounta...
Created: Jan 21, 2010 | Flag
Total Views: 520
Total Ratings: 5
This is just the sweetest little tea cart....It's just a perfectly PINK and luscious rose mosaic tea cart. If you have been wanting a mosaic tea cart but didn't have room for one of the larger ones then this is perfect for you. It will be fantastic for the smaller cottage or home!!
Made of lighter weight wood and painted light pink....blooming with gorgeous rose china....pink stained glass that just makes this piece POP...on rollers....has a metal handle. Ok, what more can I say? I love it...I know you will too.
Measures: 22 1/2" long, 14" wide, 26" tall.
Listed on my website: www.grindstonemountainmosaics.com
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: grindstonemounta...
Created: Apr 29, 2010 | Flag
Total Views: 289
Total Ratings: 5
Wow! This sweet shabby mosaic teacart is just stunning! Fabulous 3 tiers with a removeable tray provide endless possibilities in your shabby home. Painted a shabby white and covered in gorgeous vintage china and pink stained glass. As always, I have used my best china for your rose lovers! It is so adorable and beautiful! It measures 24 1/2" long by 26" tall by 17" wide. This is just too pretty and I know you will fall in love with it! Sure would make a wonderful Mother's Day Gift!!
A perfect addition to your Shabby, Cottage, French Country, Farmhouse or Beach Cottage Decor!
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: lavenderhillstud...
Created: Jul 24, 2008 | Flag
Total Views: 365
Total Ratings: 9
I am a mosaic artist and this is one of my creations. It is a vintage teacart that I painted creamy white and covered in vintage china mosaic pieces and stained glass. This teacart was featured in an issue of Country Victorian Magazine.