May 5, 2009

In the Shop

A flurry of activity in the shop this week.  Let's get to it!

A beautiful example of California pottery, this serving dish by Santa Anita Ware has beautiful chestnut, mustard and fire orange glaze and a faux bois-textured back.

Lovely lemon slices decorate this Pyrex carafe. It has a ribbed neck for gripping and is perfect for water or lemonade.

As a set they are chip and dip, but really you could use these for so many things! Imagine a crisp green salad in the large bowl?

Bright green and yellow peonies decorate the small porcelain vase.  A decorative addition to your tabletop or desk alone, but even better with a few flowers snipped from the garden.

Margaritas on the patio, anyone?   Handblown green glass pitcher with a long neck would be perfect for cocktails this summer.

This 70s throw-back is anything but kitsch. Going beyond string art, this is really more like embroidery. Yarn and string flowers on burlap in pretty spring colors.

Adorable little blue and white vase with a fishnet pattern.  Bottom has Japanese characters written on it in blue.

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