I'm a German which is why our house is named Linderhof . . . . husband Jim is a Scot . . . .
And we were able to "score" these two steins -- one for me (the German) and one for husband Jim (the Scott).
But not any German -- a Bavarian German with blond pigtales and a pretzel for a handle and a handful of beer. And the Scott . . . a bagpipe and golf clubs.
Husband Jim collects steins and could not resist these two -- one for my German heritage -- the other for his Scottish heritage.
A Thrify find -- bought one at a time -- first the Scot . . . then the German . . . .
Please join Rhoda at Southern Hospitality to see what other Thrifty Treasures were found . . .
Those are too cute Martha! By coincidence, husband Dan happens to be traveling to Bavaria next month on business!!! I will have to put him on a mission to see what he can rummage up for me. I'm part German too!
P.S. Saw Julie/Julia and absolutely LOVED it! Will need to buy it on dvd when it comes out!
I still don't own any Le Cruset and now feel like I need one more than ever!
Cute! I love steins. :) How cool that you were able to find a Scot and a German. :) Thanks for the visit!!
Oh how cute are those.
Come for a visit.
Its So Very Cheri
What a coup! Martha, these are wonderful.
Those are tooo cute, my husband
is of german heritage and I have some. He would love those.
those are sooooo cute!
Oh your steins are so cute Martha. What fun.
Too cute and oh so perfect!!!
Those are so cute! What lucky finds-a female German and a male Scott. I love those. laurie
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