Tuesday, September 3, 2013

FABBY: Bareuther-Bavaria for 'Victoria's First Communion'


Hello sweet friends!

         We'll be celebrating my 9 year old grand Victoria's First Communion this month, so we are very excited and happy for our little girl! I can't believe our little Victoria is already going through the first Sacrament of the Catholic Faith, which is so important for children, as now they are very conscious of what they are committing to our Lord Jesus Christ.

My sweet mother, or Victoria's great-grand, found this "Bareuther-Bavaria" from Germany  in the antique shop, tea cup and saucer, plus cake plate just for the 'First Communion' and the teacup reads in Dutch 'Ter Herinnering aan Uw H. Communie.' Our lovely friend Mariette Vander Munckhof Vedder; she has the beautiful blog: 'Mariette Back to Basics'...translated it for me in English and it reads..."In Memory of Your Holy Communion." 

Anyway, it's vintage and mother loved it for her Gg'girl as her present, to remember her by. I thought it was lovely. Hope you like it too.


Here you have it...isn't it simply adorable? Victoria is doing her "First Communion, September 21st. 2013."


The First Communion handky was my two daughters, as they both carried it in their small purse on that special day. The image of Jesus is inside the cup.

A close up of the lace, embroidered First Communion scarf, which Victoria will wear too on her special day September 21, her own First Communion.

The sweet plate with the images of angels receiving the 'Holy Communion wafer.'



I can't make out clearly what it says, but it's obvious it's for a FC., which is what matters, actually. The owner of the antique shop said that it says...'To remember my First Communion' in Dutch, as he lives in Holland and speaks fluent Dutch.

The lace handkerchief has an embroidered calix.


I really love the pretty Little china, specially from my dear mother for Victoria.

Thank you so much for your sweet and kind visits my friend, as you always make my day!

Thanking the wonderful hostesses for having me at their great parties.

LOVE,
FABBY

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56 comments:

  1. Fabby- How very precious and special that is. Your granddaughter will love it. We have had two of our granddaughters make their first communion and SweetCheeks is a couple of years away yet.

    I love the special china but that hanky is equally beautiful. Blessings and congratulations to her- xo Diana

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  2. Congratulations to Victoria. I'm sure your family will enjoy celebrating together.

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  3. I remember some first communions.Blessings to your beauitful little girl. xoxo,Susie

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  4. Another beautiful piece! Congratulations to Victoria! My son just had his in May and we had a small celebration, the only fancy thing he got was a porcelain cross and piggy bank in the shape of the bible! This is gonna be a fabulous heirloom for Victoria and hopefully someday, to her own children!

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  5. I love the teacup and saucer, but the hanky is just precious! My great niece just had her first communion...very special times aren't they Fabby. Hugs, Penny

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  6. Wow, what a gorgeous and perfect First Communion gift for Victoria. Congrats to her and God bless her!...christine

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  7. That is such a pretty set, Im sure Victoria will love it. Im sure I would :)

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  8. I never saw a First Communion cup and saucer, Fabby. It's so lovely.

    And the hankie is beautiful too.

    Congratulations to your grand! Susan

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  9. Dearest Fabby,
    You are a dear lady that keeps surprising me each and every time! But his post hit very close to home.
    It is written in Dutch!
    Ter Herinnering aan Uw H. Communie.
    In Memory of Your H.(Holy) Communion...
    So you can pass this on to Gloria! Very special and it must have been special made for different countries in their native language.
    Hugs and have a happy celebration.
    Mariette

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  10. Dearest Fabby,
    So sorry that I did not write Victoria... I was too excited! Sorry, not Gloria but it fits in the celebration...
    Mariette

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  11. Bonjour,

    Comme prévu, après mes longues semaines éloignées des blogs, me revoici parmi vous ! Vous m'avez beaucoup manqué... Tu m'as beaucoup manqué.

    Je suis heureuse d'ouvrir aujourd'hui la page de ta dernière publication et de d'apprendre cette merveilleuse nouvelle. Un jour très important pour ta chère Victoria. je penserai fort à elle en ce 21 septembre.
    Elle va recevoir une très jolie pièce.
    Je suis certaine que vous allez partager en famille cette célébration avec beaucoup de joie.

    Je te remercie ma chère Fabby pour l'ensemble des tes gentils messages. Ils représentent beaucoup pour moi.
    Je te fais de gros bisous et plein de bonnes choses à Victoria.

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  12. je découvre ton blog, c'est magnifique!
    à bientôt, Cath.

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  13. Lovely finds for your darling granddaughter's special day. So happy for your family!

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  14. Fabby, your mother's gift to her great granddaughter is lovely and I'm sure will remain a treasure for her. The little lace hanky is beautiful! Thank you for sharing this sweet post with us at Tea Time.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  15. Fabby dear, such a gorgeous tea set. Congrats to Victoria. Your vignette is so pretty with the lace. As I have always said, you have some gorgeous pieces. Take care sweet Fabby. xo Linda

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  16. Beautiful cup/saucer, Fabby! So sweet and special!

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  17. What a sweet and beautiful gift to your granddaughter from your mother for her First Communion. It is really pretty as is the hanky. Blessings, Pam

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  18. How lovely this little vignette is. You have created such a precious memory for Victoria's first communion. I am sure she will treasure your love and thoughtfulness throughout her life.

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  19. What a perfect find! How wonderful and to have the same hanky is a treasure.

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  20. Just beautiful, Fabby! How proud you must be of your sweet granddaughter. I know mine is so special to me.

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  21. Oh Fabby, what a sweet First Communion set. I have never seen anything like that. I still have my First Communion prayer book and my dress and veil. Congratulations to Victoria. xo

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  22. What beautiful keepsakes for such a significant occasion!

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  23. Hi Fabby, Congratulation to Victoria on her communion what a beautiful gift.
    thank you so much for your nice comments on my blog
    Blessing
    Isora
    XOX

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  24. Que dulce tu mama, Fabby. What a precious gift she found for sweet Victoria. And how lovely that you still have her mama's and tia's hankie for her to use too! Lovely, wonderful family details. Blessings to Victoria on this very important day. Carinos a toda la familia, ~Zuni

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  25. Dear Fabby, Such a beautiful gift your mother has found for Victoria's very special step in life. I know your entire family is so happy for her. Thank you for sharing this special little china set.
    Blessings, Ginger

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  26. I just love the tradition. How very special for your Granddaughter. May God richly bless her. Martha

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  27. What a lovely reason for a celebration! When I made my First Communion we lived in Germany, and I have a plate very much like the one your mother bought for your granddaughter. It's a lovely gift.

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  28. Love those sweet dishes...very pretty.

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  29. What beautiful dishes to celebrate such a special occasion. I love how the hanky is being passed down through the family...so special ♥

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  30. Fabby, Teaching our precious children and grandchildren about the Lord is so important and truly necessary. They are our precious ones. Lovely post.
    God richly bless you,
    d

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  31. Thank you for allowing us to share a part in this very specail girl's life.

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  32. A beautiful tradition continues with this lovely china. Blessings.

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  33. What a beautiful way to celebrate her communion. Beautiful

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  34. Such a happy time and what a wonderful way to celebrate and to keep it in your memories.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  35. What a wonderful gift for a great granddaughter.
    Have a nice week, Fabby...

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  36. Dear Fabby,
    This Communion set is absolutely beautiful and so precious. I still remember each of my children's 1st Communion following confirmation...such a truly special time....and this special china set w/ the beautiful handkerchief is equally special to go with the sacred occasion.

    Love/hugs/blessings,
    Lana

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  37. Hello Fabby, after a very long time I am here and your chaina makes my day happy happy... very beautiful and hanki is adorable... I love everything White and its so pretty and feminine ...
    Farah@craft.a.world

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  38. This is so special! What a beautiful vignette for her Communion Day. The hankie is just gorgeous. I think it is wonderful that you something with so much meaning and tradition behind it.

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  39. How very sweet of your mother to find this for her great granddaughter's first communion. I know you will all have a special time together.

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  40. Such occasions as first communion are so memorable, and the china will be part of a very special memory.

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  41. Oh congrats to your granddaughter and family. Such precious pieces to share with her and her special day and that scarp is darling too.

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  42. What a beautiful piece to commemorate Victoria's first communion. Congratulations to her!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  43. Nice post, great blog, following :)

    Good Luck :)

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  44. This is a special occasion for your granddaughter and she will treasure the lovely hanky, cup and saucer! It will be a day she will always remember and you helped to make it extra special for her!
    ♥ Jil

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  45. What a special gift for your sweet Victoria's Holy Communion Day. I'm sure she will cherish it for a lifetime.

    Debra

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  46. Hi sweet Fabby! Congratulations to your little Victoria on her communion. The special china is so pretty and will always hold these sweet memories. Enjoy this special family time.
    Thank you so much for popping in to see my dolls.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  47. That is such a sweet and thoughtful gift from great-grandmother! Congratulations to Victoria and God Bless her.

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  48. Fabby, what a precious gift for your sweet grand from your mother. I'm sure she will treasure it for the rest of her life! thanks for sharing it with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  49. Oh Fabby, this is so pretty and so meaningful!! Your mom truly found the perfect plate, cup, and saucer for Victoria's First Communion. Bavarian china is always so pretty and delicate in design, and this set is no exception. I'm glad you found someone to translate the writing for you.

    I also LOVE the beautiful embroidered communion hanky. These items will make a special occasion even more special for Victoria. Congratulations to your family.

    Visiting from Seasonal Sundays. I would love for you to stop by and see our renovated kitchen, Fabby. We are so happy with it. :)

    Hugs to you,

    Denise

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  50. Fabby, I enjoyed your visit to my blog today. Thank you!! What a wonderful treasure to have in your family - it is beautiful!! Happy first communion to your daughter!!

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  51. Hello Fabby. Happy Sunday. This is so precious. Congratulations and blessings to your precious granddaughter.

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  52. That teacup set is so stunning! what a wonderful reminder of a beautiful day! thank you for sharing at TTF.

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  53. The teacup is quite lovely - a beautiful, way to commemorate this special day,
    I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  54. Such lovely treasures to pass on to her at this special time. Thanks for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays. x

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I love to receive your sweet and generous messages. You always make my day !

FABBY