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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Opalescent and Floral Keepsakes


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I am pleased to announce that Rose Petals from Heaven will be having a wonderful giveaway soon...so stay tuned to see what special items you can win!



 
 

But for now, I have some of my pictures of this vintage long necked vase with it’s delicate white flowers.  It is one of my favorites, for sure.  I have a pair of them.  I am sure to post more photos of them in the future.
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To me, they have an Italian Majolica look to them  with their rich colors of browns and greens.
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Above is one of my Fenton Art Glass collectibles.  It is a Blue Opalescent Flowers Atomizer Perfume Bottle made for DeVilbis during the 1940s.   DeVilbis turned to Fenton Glass for their perfume bottles during WW II when they were cut off from their European suppliers.
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My lavender branch coral necklace keepsake draped across my chintz dish.  These are the lavenders and periwinkle colors I can get lost in.
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I purchased this bracelet on my most recent trip to Hawaii.  I adore the shimmery opalescence of the pearly shells.   “Some of the most precious works of art are those we see in Nature.”
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 Pearls add class and luster to anything.  Here I used  pink shades to compliment the rainbow of colors in my bracelet.
I’m wishing a wonderful Tuesday to all you Blogettes Beauties!

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