Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Bangles, brooches & French finds......

all new this week....... beautiful mud swirl bakelite bangles, really love these colours because they go with everything! Lea Stein fairy brooch is really gorgeous...and Lea Stein lady bird brooch supposed to bring good luck.....Marie Pavone cat brooch, it's really hard to part with this one because it's so so adorable and that sweet Marie Pavone teddy brooch......







these old enamel teapots make great flower jugs......

a trio of brown bottles always makes a statement.....

the window display at the moment has a mixture of French watering cans, rustic painted stool, French oyster baskets  and of course an amazing French bust!

In the oyster baskets is some old flour and porridge sacks along with some French Hessian cushion covers between 60-80 years old! I can just imagine them filled with a feather pillows deluxe!

These sieves are from the 1920's and were used to transport baked items from the bakery to the patisserie...they look great hanging......or just stacked up.....

hope your having a fabulous week!
Leah X

4 comments:

  1. your shop just looks lovelier and lovelier each time you post a pic Leah...I can't wait to see it in the flesh...
    bangles are the only jewellery I wear, I love those bakelite ones...
    and the jonquils in jugs...what can I say? x

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  2. I agree with Kylie Leah....Your pics are a WONDERFUL insight into the YUMMINESS that IS Bells Belles....!!

    I FELL into your first pic....Lea Stein pieces ALWAYS fascinate me & those spacer bracelets are TO DIE FOR....I have a collection of those myself & I LOVE the way the bakelite CLACKS as you move....**sigh**....I might just have to go pop on a bunch now so I can here myself clack while I work.... :o) !!

    Hope you're having a FAB week Lovey....!

    Cheers for now,
    Tamarah :o)

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  3. ....Hear....HEAR....H-E-A-R....DOH....!!!

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  4. Definitely need to make a little trip to Castlemaine very soon! xx

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