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I grew up in a south Louisiana home built in 1882 that is surrounded by three huge live oak trees. As the fifth generation to live in my home I learned about preserving the past for future generations. I learned that silver, crystal, fine china and nice linens are to be used and enjoyed every day because we do not know if the present day will be our last. My parents and grandparents also taught me that each item has a story, and, if I listen carefully, that story will reveal itself. Tash's Attic, named after my great, great-grandmother, reflects some of the ever changing treasures I've discovered in my travels...items evoking fond memories and stories, but ready to be shared with others who will love them and enjoy them.

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  • Joined May 25, 2009

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crystal, glass, porcelain, china, silver, vintage and antique linens and textiles, needlepoint, vintage clothing, books, wood, anything unusual

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I grew up in a south Louisiana home built in 1882 that is surrounded by three huge live oak trees. As the fifth generation to live in my home I learned about preserving the past for future generations. I learned that silver, crystal, fine china and nice linens are to be used and enjoyed every day because we do not know if the present day will be our last. My parents and grandparents also taught me that each item has a story, and, if I listen carefully, that story will reveal itself. Tash's Attic, named after my great, great-grandmother, reflects some of the ever changing treasures I've discovered in my travels...items evoking fond memories and stories, but ready to be shared with others who will love them and enjoy them.

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