I have been traveling all over the world with my finds. It is always fun to find where everything was made and imagine these far away places.
First, we visit England. This gorgeous tall vase was designed by David Yorath for Denby. Hand decorated by Audrey Cole Parker with the "Minaret" design.
A bull and bear Dansk figurines made in France by a Danish company. Usually paired together to represent the stock market. We all want a bull market by the way.
The loveliest kokeshi doll I have ever found. Made in Japan by Murakami Kenichi and carved out of solid wood. I love her.
A very tall Festivo candle holder made by iittala, Finland. Designed by Timo Sarpaneva. I am surprised at the cloudiness of the glass. I think the piece is thicker than the smaller ones and that contributes to the difference. The piece is original and signed. Has anyone noticed this lack of clarity in any of the larger pieces?
A set of 8 Cera glasses with golden Indian dancers surrounded by a bright pink garden. Instant glam for your bar.
And finally we are back in the US! A beautiful and rare 6212 genie decanter in Rose designed by Wayne Husted.
Thanks a lot for coming along. Where did your finds take you this week? Come and share with us at A Living Space, Sir Thrift a Lot and Thrifter Maker Fixer Farm.
If you would like more information on any of my finds you can always contact me. I give discounted prices to my blog readers.