great taste in chairs,
(no fancy, retro Instagram filters involved here - this is the real deal)
and Australian Pottery.
Feast your eyes on the contents of a little pressie he gave me few
1960's/1970's Eric Juckert dish
(there's a United Nations of pottery on our sidey. Handsome Germans, good-looking Italians, your Nana's pottery class rejects - they're all welcome at our place!)
look at that beautiful ox blood coloured glaze
1960's/1970's Eric Juckert vase
(I picked up the little boy mould at a local oppy a couple of days ago. Creepy? I don't think so, although others do...)
this piece has a gorgeous olive green underglaze beneath the black
Lucky girl aren't I?!
Anth bought them from Australian Pottery at Bemboka. They've got a very nice Ellis Charger for sale as I type (and a small cat too btw - everyone loves these at the moment) If you're interested, you can see them here.
The Rameking has written a very informative post about Eric Juckert here if you would like more info.
I have also gone crazy (to the tune of fifty cents!) and bought myself a little pressie of the pottery variety -
the little mustard vase on the left. I'm not sure if it's W.German or a wanna be?
It's got the right texture and I love the colour, so who care's right?!
(another multi-cultural still-life, this time on our kitchen table)
Thanks for reading.
After Frocktober, I feel like I'm starting this blog all over again. From the beginning...I'll plod along for a while and see how I go. The heart is willing, the brain? well, that's another matter. Entirely.