Spring here is usually a mix of all seasons and the blossoms either get burned off with heat, or blown off in a storm. It was great to feel the sunshine today - it has been such a grey winter here.
I had a good day last week with some interesting Danish finds in local Antique stores, which was fortunate- and as it turns out this is a very quiet week at the auctions, so I'm not planning any purchases....although as always that can change! This first setting is quite amazing:
|Rosenthal Coffee Setting|
|Poole Bowl - there seems to be a huge amount of this around at the moment|
|An interesting Art Deco Shelley Vase|
|I like the shape on this amber glass flower bowl|
|This large jug is such a beautiful looking piece, and so English|
19th century Sunderland Lustre ware large Iron Bridge Jug c1825
|Nils Thorsson Copenhagen Lamp|
|Not my style but FYI - After the immensely popular Royal Albert "Country Roses"|
(which I really detest - it is such over the top Kitsch)
This one, Royal Albert "Serena" is probably the second most popular.