So since I didn't really go thrifting this week, I'll be sharing finds from the past couple of weeks (some of these items are already in the shop, that's how behind I am!)
I happen to love all of these letter holder critters. I'm not sure what this one is, but it looks like a worm attached to a 4 legged animal!
I loved this owl. It has a nice white glaze and a rough earthenware texture. He's quite heavy for his size!
I've been on a fabric kick lately. I couldn't resist these fun fabrics, especially at their prices. I love them all but the gray one with the little hearts captures my heart. Now if only I had a sewing machine...
I got a good laugh out of this tray! It's made by Villeroy and Boch and it has a Naif wedding scene by Gerard LaPlau. The Design Naif (naive) line consisted of folk art representations of country life. Let's just say this one depicts a scene of a runaway groom.
Lastly, is this lovely set of dishes with whimsical illustrations by Rowland Emett. He was an English cartoonist who also designed and constructed whimsical kinetic sculptures. He designed the inventions of Caractacus Potts for the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Many of his sculptures are in museums. I would really love to see some in person, wouldn't you?
Come share with us at Her Library Adventures and Apron Thrift Girl and have a lovely Memorial Day Weekend!