I am listening. I will focus on what is important and go back to my thrifting habits in January. Is that a deal?
As you can gather from my nonsensical rant, I have had no luck at the thrifts, hence no post last week. It hasn't been all bad and I will share some of my favorite finds here.
A beautiful and traditional Swedish ball candle holder. Typically used during the holidays, this sweet piece makes a statement. What about matching it with this Swedish table runner? Don't they make a great pair?
To continue with a color theme, these beautiful Italian hand blown glasses would go perfect with my table set up, right? Made by Colony - Italy and imported by PD imports, they are an amazing shade of blue. Glassware does very well in the shop, I think it might be the season, but who is going to resist these beauties?
This small bowl (4" in diameter) made me really happy when I found it. Bryan and Christina helped me to ID the piece. This is the work of Marianne Johnson for Royal Copenhagen. Her work is complex with many patterns that repeat themselves in mirror images, usual imagery borrows from nature. Great find right? Well, yes and no. I noticed the piece is cracked when I got home. I am still debating if I will sell it as is, or if I will keep it. Live and learn...
Last but not least, the mystery object of the week! This good looking casserole
Well, that is all for now. I don't know if I will post next week (you know, all the entertaining, and cleaning, and baking that I will be doing) so Happy Holidays to my readers and customers.