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Find it for free on the App Store. Beautiful 8 Sided Art Deco mirror in lovely condition. Solid wooden back very heavy.
Absolutely stunning vintage vase by Marjorie McKinnon for Caithness, this is in a lovely green tone with an etched daffodil design, signed on the base. In excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks. A fantastic piece for a collector, anyone keen on retro, mid century, glassware, cool vintage homewares.
Crocus pots and their use Crocuses - like hyacinths and tulips have also probably been forced for centuries. Most likely on pots with soil and on small crocus vases filled with water. Hardly any information can be found about how long the forcing on the typical crocus pots with the holes on the sides has been practised. Forcing crocuses on these types of pots, looks however much nicer when one can watch the shoots growing out of the holes.
Founded in Fultonham, Ohio, by Samuel Weller, at one point around Weller Pottery was the largest pottery in the country. The most valuable Weller pottery are the early hand-decorated pieces. Afterthe company made only molded pottery until the company closed in
This week I have a new vase to show you and some beautiful sunny daffodils. The vase was a gift from a lovely friend back in January and I have been waiting for some spring weather to unveil it. Last week in the garden I had the joy of snowdrops, miniature iris and crocus all in flower together. My beautiful snowdrops are starting to fade after a weekend of warmer weather, but they have been replaced by the first of the dancing daffodils!