Several weeks ago I wrote a post highlighting this vintage praying lady. You may have seen it…
These ladies were made by Enesco beginning in 1956 and into the 1960s and were sold in small-town department stores, gift shops, and five-and-dimes. They are commonly known as the “Mother in the Kitchen” or sometimes “Prayer Lady.”
I was surprised to learn that the ladies come dressed in several different colors. The colors are listed below beginning with the most common and ending with the extremely rare.
Napkin holder (side view)
Spoon storage (back view)
Scouring pad holder
Scouring pad holder (birds eye view)
Thank you, Beverly!