We've so much to share with you, we hardly know where to begin!
--To the right, an extremely rare "freen-green" color of Royal Straffordshire, the Avondale pattern. Click on the photo.
Then visit THE CHINA CABINET, an updated collection of ads, ephemera, objects--plates, dishes, silver and the like--mostly vintage and antique with a few newer more exceptional pieces thrown in: http://www.flickr.com/photos/22283683@N07/sets/72157626219097576/with/4545219337/
--So much creative putzing goodness: the latest ornament putz house from PUTZINVT; click on the link, scroll down the page http://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=328
--Here's a way to make VERY precise gold windowframes for your damaged and/or new putz house crafting: http://cardboardchristmas.com/html/pins ... rames.html
AND FOR ANNA WHO WILL NEVER MAKE HER OWN WINDOWS, SMILE: http://www.cardboardputzhouses.com/marketplace/windowframes/windowframes.html
--Early hacienda putz house with car courtesy of Tom H http://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=324
That china is beautiful. It is unusual to find any kind of vintage transferware in that shade.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the windows information.ReplyDelete