Wednesday, 2 November 2011

WHITE WEDNESDAY and a couple of lovely surprises

It is time for another WHITE WEDNESDAY post again. I was looking through my bits and pieces to see what I could show today, and I thought I'd show this fabulous Wedgwood jug. I know I posted some pics of this a year ago, when I first bought it, but even if you saw it then, you have probably forgotten about it by now, lol, and I wasn't participating in White Wednesday then.

I love this jug because it has the most fabulous dog shaped handle, and it reminds me so much of our beautiful Hector ( Rhodesian Ridgeback ).

I also adore the magnificent scenes on the jug.

Isn't it a beauty? Even the little chip on the rim doesn't do anything to lessen its charm and appeal.


I also want to show you a couple of things my very nice postman brought me. A little while ago, I had a giveaway on my blog, and Lynne of Adorn, and Lynn of Trash to Treasure Art were both winners. And both lovely ladies sent me a gift!

From Lynne I received this gorgeous card, which now resides on the mantle piece behind my computer with lots of other pressies from bloggy friends -

Thank you, Lynne, for such a lovely gesture.

And from Lynn I received a much anticipated package. She told me that it was on the way, and you know what does to you, don't you? I love looking forward to mail. This is what arrived -

A sweet little box with.......... oooh, I love unwrapping gifts with all of you -

no, not a mummy, but this -

A fabulous soldered pendant! I am over the moon with it.

Thank you so much, Lynn, for this spooktastic charm! It has also joined the other gifts from bloggy friends, on the wall behind the computer. That way, I see these beautiful things every day.

I am linking this post to the WHITE WEDNESDAY link party over at the fabulous FADED CHARM blog. Go immerse yourself in wonderful whiteness!


My Blessed Serendipity Life said...

I love the handmades you received recently! Isn't it wonderful to not only receive something in the mail, but it is hand made just for you? Enjoy.


craftattack said...

Lucky you getting such nice post, and the Wedgwood jug is wonderful! Valerie

Dorthe said...

LOVE the jug- Liz- it is a fantastic Wedgewood- they did make gorgeous pieces.
And so does both Lynne and Lynn.
How beautiful and sweet is the card- and wonderful is the pendant,isen`t it special to recieve gifts from the heart from blog friends!
Wish you a happy evening dear friend.
Ox -Dorthe

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, I love your pitcher and the amazing creations from Lynne!!! WOW!!!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

The pitcher is lovely,Liz! Both gifts you received from Lynn and Lynne are fantastic!!
Have a great day.

Anneke said...

wow, your pitcher looks great.
and your gifts are little treasures.

sonya said...

I love the dog handle too! Gorgeous pitcher! And your gifts from Lynne and Lynn are works of art! And yes, I LOVE getting surprises in the mail from my dear bloggy friends too! It just makes my day!

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

That's such a gorgeous and exceptional jug, Liz. I have to admit that I really don't recall it from last year and I'm worried a little bit. If you show it again next week and I don't remember it, then I'll be worried big time, LOL.
The gifts you have received from those wonderful ladies are very lovely. Enjoy, my dear friend and have a great day :-)!
Hugs to you,

Lynn Stevens said...

The pitcher is so beautiful Liz, I've never seen one with a dog on the handle! Beautiful card from Lynne, she is so creative and glad you like your little pendant. It did look a little like a mummy wrapped up. LOL!!!
hugs Lynn

Fabric Art said...

What a beautiful jug Liz you are so lucky finding many different and wonderful things, great gifts you have recieved.
Hugs Anni

vicki said...

Hi Liz,
That pitcher is fabulous - I have never seen a handle like that before - it is totally exquisite. Your gifts are so lovely - how people can make those little treasures is beyond me - they are all so beautiful!

Your blog header is FABULOUS!!! Is that your cottage in France in the photo?


Xela said...

Was für ein toller Krug!
Bei uns ist morgen Flohmarkt ich hoffe er fällt nicht wieder aus wie letzten Samstag :O