Now all of you who know me will already know that I have a passion for 'old china'. Within that passion is one for Cranberry & White china. My husband was looking in a gift cabinet and spied my pendant and said
"hey this would be great for you. You could wear your china around your neck". Much chortling followed from his quarter. I walked over to take a look and just loved it. You see it is indeed a piece of 'old china' (1850's to be precise) set in a handmade silver frame. It is a piece of the rim of an old plate. I have looked everywhere this morning for the artist's name but couldn't find it. So Sorry.
So my lovely pendant lets me take my 'old china' with me whenever I feel the need and reminds me of a wonderful holiday in a most beautiful part of Australia.
Whats your favourite thing today?
ROSE PETALS FROM HEAVEN.
Blessings Michelle xx
P.S. How to ruin a lovely finish. I have caused some confusion it seems with my "Christmas Bakehouse" quilt. The quilt pattern itself has a sign that says "Christmas Bakeshop" on the canopy at the top of the quilt whereas the cover of the pattern says
"Christmas Bakehouse". This title refers to the fact that it is a series called "Christmas Bakehouse" the quilt being one of the patterns in the series. The other 2 patterns are incomplete at the moment. I'm sorry if I confused anyone. When ordering if you mention either name I will know what you mean. Thanks!
|"Christmas Bakeshop" quilt of the Christmas Bakehouse series.|