love the clogs!i wonder if a few of the glass insulators are the ones I sent to you? I just picked up a few more very interesting ones this past weekend : )
@ Nicoleyes , the glass ones are yours( I love them ) thanks again
O yes those glass insulators are very collectible now!Apparently I collect desk lamps, I have 5 vintage ones and I can't stop looking for more! I also collect Rie Cramer books and stuff like plates and 2 framed drawings.And ofcourse I collect pebbles and seashells at the beach.And buttons, I have heaps of buttons.I think to be honest I collect collections :)!
Gorgeous clogs. I collect too much.
I used to collect a lot of stuff for many years, till I moved, it took me many months to downsize. Now in this smaller home I have to be very selective what I collect, space is very limited, so a little milkglass and a few other things, that's it...
Oh I am loving the clogs!
.... oh, and no, I don't actually collect anything. I seem to become more and more minimalist through the years, but I do so love beautiful things...
Hi! Thank you so much for you nice comment at my blog.I don't think that I collect anything. But, I love to buy new plants for our garden, and nice stuff for our home. Hugs from Bente
you were right, they were japanese bean cakes ... delicious!!
;-)lots of things... chairs, tin boxes, vintage toys...
you are knowing, what i love to collect ;-) the collections you are showing are lovely.
Thanks a lot for your nice comment on my blog.Those clogs and insulators were gorgeous. Wish you nice summerdays.Hugs from Mio
vases... shoes. and cameras. :)
Hi, thanks for visiting my blog and for your nice words :)I visiteded Holland 4 years ago, I really like ypour country. Especcially after Calus Dalbys wonderful pics from Dutch gardens. Amazing how you keep your gardens fit!
contagious and very, VERY addictive!
For years my dad had a collection of over 100 glass insulators. My mom hated it. I thought it rocked. I think he still has them....just hidden in boxes.
my grandmother had some insulators, apparently they change color as they agei picked up a few and thought i might continue the tradition, until we had a reason to travel through one of the less-travelled highways in illinois, which was lined with miles of utility poles, each one encrusted with old glass insulators--there must have been millions
Hi thereThanx for your comment on my blogI´ve been to Amsterdam about 6 or 7times and several other places in the Netherlands.. Nice people and a million things to see... ( and buy) :oDI collect lighthouses and vintage maritime things, and blue tins and vintage luggage and and and...and of course comments on my blog :o)
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