Category Archives: My Collections of Stuff

My Beloved Redware Whale Jug

We’ll be getting back from our Orlando journey on Friday. That means I’ll be in town for the summer open house at The Workshops of David T. Smith. I used to always go to the various craft festivals and Christmas …
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November 29 – Next Up in the Photo Above

The transfer-printed dish in the background is a saucer I bought at an antique mall that used to be open in a big industrial building in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. I bought the saucer because I thought it looked old, and it …
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November 18 – Next in the photo up there…

If you look between those two sheep I talked about in this post, you’ll see a small cup. This is one of the many little treasures I own that I purchased on eBay. It’s a child’s graniteware (or enamelware) cup. …
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November 14 – A pair of folk art sheep

This is another in my series of posts discussing the items that appear in the photo in the heading of this blog. After the stick kachina doll and the orange salt shaker, we now move on to the pair of …
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November 9 – The Orange Salt Shaker

As I explained here, I’m doing a series of posts about the stuff that’s in the photo across the top of my blog. Continuing the left-to-right progression, I now back up a bit to zero in on the orange salt …
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Collecting Sheep

  I don’t know when my love affair with sheep began. It certainly wasn’t a childhood thing. I mean, I saw them at the county fair, but they didn’t impress me that much. I probably paid more attention to the …
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