|I've used my metal topped kitchen work table which makes a great display surface for some of my most recent experiments.|
|the small display|
The ship's wheel was clipped from a key chain.
|The stacked book table was something I used to make and sell. All of them gone now except for this one and the one I gave to Janine for her French house.|
ahhh,... the memories
|This treasure is A Bearly Big Enough painted chest of drawers from my collection of|
"furniture in waiting"
I love this piece and look forward to eventually including additional rustic furniture to round out my collection.
|A fishmarket sign that I made for|
"At Home by the Sea"
|The clock on the left is the one that I made from a novelty toy watch. This use to hang in my Glencroft house. The brass Paris wall clock was recently made from a clock face button and a brass button casing.|
|More shells from my bulging collection.|
|In This photo, the Wonderful Windsor bench is signed by William Cruger. It is such an Incredibly delicate piece and I am anxiously waiting for the opportunity to use it. The spindles on the bench are superfine and it truly is a real mini masterpiece.|
|The whaling print was taken out of an old design magazine, which I reduced to fit an existing frame.|
|The bird/lighthouse are items I made, but |
the model sailing ship and tiny wooden toys and the Shaker box, were purchased in Seattle and all were used in
" At Home by the Sea".
|Here you can see clear evidence of my previous neglect in these poor ship-wrecked boots!|
|Men's toiletry case of English leather cologne and a "Manly" soap on a rope|