As usual, it's been a busy week, with lots of projects occupying my kitchen table. I'm SO ready for spring, so I can get back out to work in my workshop, so our kitchen table and counters aren't always covered with my projects, but since it isn't yet February, I guess my table will be a mess for awhile longer.
I love turning glass cheese domes into display cloches. Frequently, I just repaint the bases and sell them like that, but occasionally, I like to add something more. For this cloche, I used my French Letter (shared here) and transferred it to the base, (as shown here).
I think the French words make such a pretty backdrop for displaying small items. Sorry, it has SOLD.
This one was made with a vintage footed strainer and a pie tin and is available here.
I'm not positive, but I believe these 2 pieces were candy dishes. I found the pair in a thrift store last week.
The detail on them is gorgeous. They were made by the Wilcox Silver Plate Company, which was a division of the International Silver company. They are available here.
I'm not sure what kind of food mold this was, because it isn't very large, but it is just beautiful. It has really pretty patina and a rope shape border. Sorry, it has SOLD.
I've brought home a bunch of antique books in the last week, so I've been putting together more book stacks for the shop. This set is listed here.
Fridays are always hectically busy days, but I hope to finish up a few projects I have in the works to share with you next week. Thanks so much to all of you that left sweet comments about my Grain Sack Chair yesterday, both here on the blog and on Facebook. I makes me happy to know others love how it turned out as much as I did!