Studying French design of the Eighteenth century from the influence of Versailles, Rococo to Neo-Classicism [or New Classicism if you prefer.]
Bless the day that I rescued this book for it is phenomenal [Circa 1932].
“As true to history as the consultations of many authorities can make it. The letters and poems are modernised in their spelling and condensed at need.”
The Edwardian unit has now been repurposed into a home for rainbow orphaned alpacas [Yes, I also have a fascination with colourful glass that particular piece is Mid-Nineteenth Century].
Toffee-nosed pen pots because you just can’t find anything decent in the shops! [The desk lamp is circa 1950-1955].
If like me you are not really into what the retailer is selling to place on your wall. You can always make your own [I am exactly the same with furniture].
Seriously smitten with my new Vintage sheet music of “The famous waltz,” from sleeping beauty. I adore Ballet [as do most ladies].
Rules of a library [Circa 1890-1900].
Oh my goodness this mother of squirrels needs to get her arse back to Helsinki [söpöin].
Naked lady straddling a horse. I must be in Cov.