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Today I adore......

 
......this tapestry. I must admit I would be sad if some one were to buy it as I adore it but as Mr FF keeps telling me I cannot keep everything and must sell some items in my online shop.

I adore the detail on it, each time that I look at it I notice something different.





We also have some fabulous antique prints in stock which would look fabulous in a child's room.



They both date from the very early 1900's and are in fantastic condition. They come complete with mounting and glass covering.



Another new item is this candelabra, she would look fabulous in the middle of the dining table drapped with ivy.



We also have some fabulous antique french chandeliers which we are in the process of photographing, these will be available at the beginning of next week.
One of which has over 180 crystals - fabulous!

A tres bientot,

L xx

Comments

  1. I understand you like this tapestry! It's gorgeous! You have beautiful items in your shop! The candelabra is faboulous!
    A nice day for you!
    Vale

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  2. I love them too!
    Take care,
    Rosa

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  3. Oh sweetie, everything is so beautiful. I agree that tapestry is exquisite. All of the beautiful colors, so inspire me to decorate. Imagine all of the colors you could use in a room to go around this beautiful tapestry. When it sells, you will be so sad to see it go. You may never see another so exquisite as this one. Look at the beautiful stories that it tells in each corner. I love it. Thank you for sharing it with me today.

    The candelabra is so delicate and devine. It just sparkles. When the lights are on it, I am sure it is even more beautiful.

    You must have a very beautiful shop. I love looking at your things for sale.

    Stop by and say hi. I would love to have you visit. Country hugs, Sherry

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  4. Gorgeous treasures, Leeann. Must be difficult to part with them, indeed!

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  5. Adore the playful antique prints..

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  6. AIME your antique prints!! And the candelabra is to die for!! Woohoo only 3 dodos to go!
    Budgie girl ;-)

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  7. I know exactly how you feel! Wonderful items are not easy to part from!!

    Helle

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  8. Beautiful treasures, the tapestry is gorgeous it would be hard to part with it. Thanks so much for sharing all your pretties that you have in your shop.

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    xx. Michelle

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  9. The candelabra is faboulous!
    A nice day for you!
    Work from home India

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  10. http://meyerprints-merianbulbflowers.blogspot.com/

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