Thursday, June 16, 2011

melville florist

I was stuck in traffic while driving along route 110 when I noticed this sign. I'd love to know how old it is. lucky for me traffic was at a standstill so I could take its picture.


~Cheryl said...

It is a sign oozing with character and history; nice find! I love the busy reflections in the window.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

You know I love this kind of post.

Kay L. Davies said...

Fabulous. I'd guess the 1950s but it could be as early as the 40s or as late as the 60s.
Great photo. Glad you found a handy traffic jam!
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Kitty said...

wow, this looks rather old indeed, Lily.
I really love old signs. They have such character.

Jimmy said...

Lily, I'd like to congratulate you for you outstanding work. Or hobby. Or both. Really, you manage to make simple things look like something much more - like this sign. Very nice, thank you for sharing this with us!

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Daryl said...

My first thought was that's an old sign looks very 1950s .. good catch!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Lily, lily lily....loved hearing from you today!! Hope you are well & enjoy the beginnings of summer! LOVE this sign - what a great one! So glad they didn't replace it...we're always so sad when businesses replace things like this - thanks for stopping by :)

Cloudia said...

Sign, reflection color: you got it ALL!

Aloha from Waikiki :)

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Anonymous said...

Seems like more thought and creativity was put in signs in the past. PGma

Alexa said...

I was going to say pretty much what Kay L. Davies said: 1940s or '50s. And I'd like to second Jimmy's comment!

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Call USA said...

Love the sign - very arty :)

Anonymous said...

Alas, I passed this florist yesterday, and it is now CLOSED. A shame.