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Sunday, January 29, 2012

FABBY: 300 Yr. Old Hacienda Tour 3

 The dining room with antique Viennese chairs.
 The table is all set for lunch with the dishes that were made at our former ceramic co., as some of you might recognized them by now. For my new friends, my husband owned a ceramic co. up to four years ago and I used to design the patterns of the dishes inspired by the indigenous women's apparels and the men's shirts as they  are embroidered in beautiful vivid colors.  The embroidery varies from the different regions of Ecuador....  I had 14 designs on sale. They were hand made by potters -wheel, like in the movie Ghost, lol... and each piece hand decorated, as well.
 A beautiful vintage buffet with red roses arranged on a tin antique pitcher.
The beautiful painting of a valley of another section of here called Paute, was painted by a famous artist uncle they had.  I will post about him one day in the future.  The pretty tray is English vintage too.


 A very old hutch with some of my Sil's English transfer ware pink things.
This lovely crystal and gold pitcher is an antique from the 20's, it's also a family heirloom.
 The gorgeous pink hydrangeas are from the gardens, I thought it'll look pretty next to the pink heirloom transfer ware.
A small cart with the salad and hot sauce.
 They already had this built in original shelves, but my SIL  framed it with an antique carved wood frame,  here she likes display part of the dishes that we made and designed back at our former Ceramic Co.
Hubs shot a pic of me passing by the dishes.
This design came out of the indigenous women's blouses.  Those two little bowls with a chili on it are for the hot sauce.

Before the table was set for dinner, there was this beautiful embroidered tablecloth in brown.

A romantic window taken from the outside and you can see the pink rose arrangement in the blue vase.
An antique table with a pretty arrangement with a couple of great looking ceramic roosters...in the back closed porch.

 In the enchanted garden a beautiful gazebo sorrounded by vegetation with an iron table and chairs, just wonderful to have afternoon tea there. 
   Hi again!  I promised I will show some of the interiors of my Bil and Sil's the 300 yr. old hacienda, as if I ever show you everything there is to see here, in such a big house, there will be too many pictures and it will be very boring, lol. 
Thank you for coming to the last tour of my Bil and Sil's beautiful 300 year old, restored hacienda.  You've been wonderful and so generous going to the tour with me, as I just love this enchanted and unique place... this prompted me to want to share it with you all, my terrific blog friends, as I knew you would enjoy it.

Lots of hugs,
FABBY

I appreciate you wonderful hostesses for having me once more to show off this magnificent hacienda at your terrific and fun parties.  Thank you ladies.

Metamorphosis Monday at:  http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com/
Masterpiece Monday at:  http://boogieboardcottage.blogspot.com/

Show Off Your Cottage Monday at:  http://thehouseontheroses.blogspot.com/
Table Top Tuesday at:  http://astrollthrulife.blogspot.com/
Tea Time Tuesday at:  http://sandymyyellowdoor.blogspot.com/
Tea Cup Tuesday at:  http://marthasfavorites.blogspot.com/
Trish for Tea Party Tuesday at:  http://sweetology101.blogspot.com/
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at:  http://coastalcharm.blogspot.com/
Knick of Time Tuesday at:  http://knickoftime.blogspot.com/
Your Cozy Home Party at:  http://cozyhomescenes.blogspot.com/
Wow Us Wednesday at:  http://savvysouthernstyle.blogspot.com/
Primp Your Stuff Wednesday at:  http://primpt.blogspot.com/
What's It Wednesday at:  http://ivyandelephants.blogspot.com/
Bunny Hop Party Wednesday at:  http://bunnyjeandecorandmore.blogspot.com/
Rednesday at:  http://suelovescherries.blogspot.com/
Outdoor Wednesday at:  http://southerndaydreamer.blogspot.com/
Wayfering Wednesday at:  http://decortoadore.blogspot.com/

45 comments:

Denise at Forest Manor said...

Hi Fabby,

First of all, I love this garden at the hacienda!! Giant trees that look hundreds of years old and beautiful flower beds.

And the inside -- goodness. They have so much beautiful antique furniture, and dishes, of course. All the lovely flower arrangements; it's all just gorgeous! Fun to see that your hubby captured a picture of you. :)

Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

Denise

Rebecca said...

How very beautiful! The brown & white table cloth, the incredible set of dishes - so rich in their color, the beautiful shelves and cabinets displaying them, the lovely flowers...

It's been a wonderful tour (guess I started at the end). I've been away for several days this past week so will go back and begin the tour at the beginning.

(It was good to see a picture of YOU, too!)

✿ⒹⒺⒺ✿@ A Lapin Life said...

Beautiful! It has the wonderful feel of romance.

Dee

Richard Cottrell said...

beautiful again, as usual. I love the colorful hen and roaster. And the built in with the china, OMG. Richard from My Old Historic House.

NanaDiana said...

OMGOSH- This is just breathtakingly beautiful...and you're pretty darned cute yourself. I love all the pictures you have shown here of this gorgeous home of your family. xo Diana

Diann said...

Just gorgeous Fabby! Everything is so beautiful!

Maria Andrade said...

Hi Fabby,
I loved the tour inside and outside this fabulous family home.
All that green in the gardens is of fairy tales and the furniture and china inside made me have my eyes wide opened.
Oh those Austrian chairs!!! (sigh)
Thanks for sharing all these beauties.
Hugs

Pamela Gordon said...

Fabby, thanks for giving us a tour again of this beautiful hacienda! The dining room is beautiful and those gorgeous dishes! WOW. The house must smell divine with all the bouquets of roses around. It's nice to see a picture of you too! I hope you have a lovely week. Blessings, Pamela

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Fabby, what gorgeous ceramics!! The colors are so pretty. I love all of the flowers and the transferware! The built-in is just stunning!

Deanna said...

FABBY,
Blessings to you!
Love the post. Wonderful to see these treasures.

God bless,
d from Kansas

Norma2 said...

Faby en este tour he visto cosas muy bonitas. La vajilla es espectacular, qué decir de los paisajes que muestras!
Beso y espero acompañarte en otro paseito
http://siempreseraprimavera.blogspot.com

Johanna said...

Hi Fabby,
that all looks like a different world. So tropical and colorful. And everywhere those beautiful roses. Whenever I see a rose bouquet now, I think they are from this rose farm. And may be they are truly from Equador. The whole house is beautiful. Just the right place to display the wonderful ceramics from your company. And you look so sympathetic. Have a wonderful week.
Best greetings, Johanna

Chubby N Chieque said...

My heaven in my next life §;-)

Your so pretty on that pix.

Happy Sunday, dear Fabby. Sorry, I am so lazy and busy nowadays. Too hard to cope up all my activities.

God Bless, chicka mia.
/chie

Stacy Curran said...

It's so rare to see something this old and well maintained in this part of the world. Thank you for sharing it with us!
Stacy

Miva said...

HOLA FABBY
LA QUE AGRADEZCO SOY YO, GRACIAS POR PERMITIRNOS ENTRAN A TAN MARAVILLOSA HACIENDA!
ESPECTACULAR TODO! FELICITACIONES A LOS DUEÑOS!
UN BESO Y FELIZ SEMANA
MIVA

Zuni, Chickadee Home Nest said...

Oh, my goodness...what a place! Thank you so much for bringing this beautiful place on earth to us! Every detail about it is wonderful! ~Zuni

Marigene said...

What a beautiful place your family has. Those dishes are just gorgeous!
Than you for being our tour guide, Fabby...I enjoyed it.

The Tablescaper said...

Just an amazing tour. It's so interesting and filled with such detail. I couldn't get over all of those roses and then I remembered your post from the other week of the rose farm. What an amazing combination.

Thanks for sharing all of this splendor with Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

Priscilla said...

Just wonderful! Thank you for posting all these lovely rooms.

imriz said...

what an amazing place. how i loved those dishes! everything were in pretty best!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

I have so enjoyed seeing this beautiful series Fabby. Thank you so much for the gorgeous images.

xinex said...

Oh Fabby, I love this tour but I am continuously drooling over everything I see, lol. The indoors are just as lovely as the outdoors. Everything is just gorgeous. I want my house to look just like that when it grows up....Christine

Cindy said...

Hello pretty lady,
Your husbands family hacienda is so beautiful! The ceramic dishes from your former company are gorgeous, too. I love the English transfer ware, they are all real treasures. How lovely to have history such as this. Every thing is so very lovely!!
I love the photo of you beside the gorgeous dishes.
Hugs, Cindy

Jo's This and That said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing your BEAUTIFUL HOME! JOANN

High Heeled Life said...

Fabby .. I am truly enchanted ... the history, the simplicity, the elegance .. How wonderful to have such beauty in your family ... xo HHL

Lizabeth @ Infuse With Liz said...

What a wonderful home! Thank-you for the tour! The table setting looked marvelous and all the beautiful flowers everywhere are such a nice treat! There is such a great collection of antique furniture in this home. I like that built in cabinet for the china...it looks like a framed picture!

Shelia said...

Hi Fabby! Oh, my goodness! This is totally gorgeous! I don't have words to say how beautiful it is!
Thanks for popping in to see me.
be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Sarah said...

Fabby, this is a fabulous hacienda. I've very much enjoyed all the photos you've shared. Love those dining room chairs. My husband collects Thonet pieces. I'll show these to him.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh wow, totally gorgeous. I so loved taking the tour. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Dolores said...

Every picture, every scene....takes my breath away. So much beauty in the furniture, art, dishes, flowers..... wow!!!
Thanks so much for brightening my day with all this beauty!
Hugs!

Tricia said...

What a delightful tour, Fabby! I enjoyed seeing everything, but especially the beautiful DISHES! The colors and patterns are just stunning!

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
I love your tour 3" the garden is so Beautiful, and the dishes Wow!! just Gorgeous on your tablescape.
I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my tablescape for Valentine's Day. I hope you have a wonderful week with your family sweet lady.
XXOO Diane

Shannon @ COZY HOME SCENES said...

Hi Fabby-

This is one beautiful living space. I love the chandelier and chairs in the dining room and those colorful dishes are to die for. I'd be too afraid to eat on them because it's obvious someone put a lot of work into making them.

Love, love that window with the pink flowers too.

Thank you for linking up to my party, but once again I did not see a link back. This is a guideline for joining my party, so please make sure you remember that before linking up. Thanks in advance for adding the link back to this post and remembering to add the link next week before you sign up.

Tanya@takesix said...

What a lovely place! Just gorgeous! The dishes you designed are simply beautiful! Oh I just love them. You are very talented! Thank you for sharing and visiting Take Six!

Kathleen said...

Hi Fabby, I caught up on the tour. What a beautiful place, the flowers are magnificent.
The colors of the dishes is amazing! They pop right off the screen And what a wonderful place to display them!
Thank you for the tour, and you look great my NY friend! :)

Bunny Jean said...

Hi Fabby!

This is just overwhelmingly beautiful! The house and the gardens are fantastic.

I have always enjoyed seeing the beautiful dishes that you have designed.

Thank you so much for sharing at my Bunny Hop Party!

xoxo Bunny Jean

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful old family home with us!! I enjoyed touring it with you so much. Everything is beautiful, so many things to comment on, I don't know where to begin.....the house itself is just gorgeous...I like the look of it...so homey and inviting! That china is charming...I love the flowers
in it and all the special designs in it, and such pretty colors!
The very old table on the back porch is certainly special, too. The flower
arrangemnts are lovely also..so nice that you have fresh flowers year round
and can use them for your own arrange-
ments.
The grounds are magnificent, too. All of those old tress and the plants
everwhere. I especially liked the look of the gazebo on the grounds!!
What fun to find a picture of YOU in among the other photos! You are just as pretty as I thought you would be!!
I went back to the first post on the
house and the gardens and read every-
thing over then read the new post so I would have a clearer picture of it all....I am sure you enjoy going there to visit, so much beauty!
Again, thank you, dear Fabby, for the marvelous tour of this place!
Hugs, Francy

Lorraine said...

Are you from an original Spanish family?
Everything is so beautiful... but you are the MOST beautiful!!!
Love,
Lorraine

bohemiannie! art said...

WOW. the design on the glassware is wonderful. all of your pictures caused quite a bit of drool on my keyboard.

Designs By Pinky said...

Fabby, this hacienda is amazing! Just gorgeous. I LOVE the dishes on the table and in the hutch that you designed! The garden is beautiful too. What treasures they ahve. Thanks for the tour. XO, Pinky

Yasmin Smith said...

Fabby....I have been looking over all
of the posts again, I enjoy seeing all
of the beautiful things!...I just have to tell you that the antique vase in cranberry glass with gold on the top is wonderful...so beautiful!!
And that idea your SIL had to put a border around the shelving made it look magnificent. With those pretty dishes on the shelves, the border just makes them POP out....
Everything in that house is special..
Thanks again for sharing this with us.
Hugs, Francy

Sweet Posy Dreams said...

Absolutely beautiful. The garden is fabulous!

Susan (My Place to Yours) said...

Ooooh, I'd like copies of the sideboard and hutch please! What beautiful pieces of furniture. I'm so glad you shared this hacienda. It is a treasure indeed, and I'm so happy it's being cared for and enjoyed.

Rettabug said...

Oh my...I am speechless, Fabby! All that wonderfully carved wood just makes me want to reach out & run my hands over it. Those beautiful dishes, created by you & your husband, are spectacular & look fabulous, displayed in that niche. I loved the shot of you standing beside them & it really gives a good perspective as to how high that shelve really is!

All those fragrant & glorious flowers just make me swoon! Such a special place!! Thanks for taking us there with you.

fondly,
Rett

Jo's This and That said...

Had to come for a second look! Joann